There are a lot of different crowns in our house, but according to Morgan, none of them are ‘Kingly enough’.
Our original printable tiara template was not right. Apparently a King’s crown needs a spot for a really big jewel at the top, and it’s more pointy.
Armed with these instructions I set to work creating a new printable crown template.
And then Morgan set to work painting it.
I love our recycled marker paints and some cotton buds for a quick and easy painting activity like this!
You can download our free printable crown template here.
The beauty of these crowns is that you don’t need to find a piece of card or paper long enough to go around a head! Simply open the pdf file and print the crowns straight onto an A4 (letter sized) piece of card or paper. Decorate your crowns, cut around them and punch a hole at each side. Attach some string or elastic sized to fit your head and you’re done.
And apparently this is what a real king looks like…
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Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Apr. 24, 2012. Thanks again.
House Removals says
My little daughter liked Morgan’s crown a lot. We have already downloaded the template and now decorating it :) Thanks for sharing it :) Best wishes.
AMAZING.MY LITTLE GIRL LOVED IT!!!!
simply montessori says
Our children made these this afternoon and had lots of fun! :)
Kylie @ Octavia and Vicky says
Printing now :)
Julie @ Off to the park says
We are printing this today, as well as your currant buns and garden accessories printables…these will provide my girls with hours of fun. Thanks Julie :)
thank you for sharing this – very useful for the nativity outfit I have to make!