Tuesday, September 20

DIY Crown

Hi people!  It's Hope here again!  Today I want to share a fun crown that you can make yourself!
First you need a tin pie pan and some scissors.  Cut the pie pan like a pizza with the end of the scissors.  BE VERY CAREFUL.  The edges are very sharp!
After you finish cutting, push the points up so that they are standing.  Again, BE VERY CAREFUL.  When all of your points are standing now it's time to decorate it to make it sparkly and pretty!  You can also leave it plain.  I looks great both ways!
After I finished my crown it was time to put on my Max costume and BE A WILD THING!
This DIY is great for Halloween costumes, parties, and just dressing up.  You can be a wild thing or even a posh lady!
Happy crafting!  --Hope

49 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! You have a wonderful little girl on your hands. How creative and adorable. Hope, keep up the great work. I look forward to your guest posts every week. xo, rv

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  2. Look at those cute missing teeth! Great little DIY.

    ♥ sécia
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  3. awesome. I want to wear one to work tomorrow.


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  4. ah! that last picture is to die for.. so cute.

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  5. :D It may not be what a young lady such as yourself wants to hear, but jeeze louise you are just adorable in your Max costume, the best I've ever seen!

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  6. Lovely!

    Emma x
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  7. Such a cool and cute idea!

    Ash:o)

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  8. The Max costume is brilliant! The crown fits it perfectly. Well done, Hope! (:

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  9. This is amazing! You are so cute Hope! Thank you for sharing!

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  10. 'or even a posh lady.' eeeep!!! hope, you are TOO cute. :)

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  11. lovin Hope's posh lady look! I may just have to make myself a crown. ;)

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  12. Eeek that's so cool! It's the perfect accessory for a Wild Thing costume!

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  13. This is such a great crown (and costume), Hope! We were making gold cardboard crowns just today but we could have done with some more glitter and feathers like yours. Nice one!

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  14. This rocks, Hope! The last picture of you is my fave.

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  15. hope this is so cute! i am going to try it with my nephews!

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  16. Hope this is awesome! Next time I babysit we will try this for sure! :-)

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  17. awesome! i might try with my 5 yr old...it looks kinda pokey

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  18. What a great DIY! Definitely a clever idea :)

    xo
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  19. Great Job Hope!! I love this DIY, I may just have to do this with my little one :)
    Keep up the great work sweetie, I love your posts! :)

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  20. oh my goodness!!!
    That is just about the cutest crown ever!!!
    So creative!!
    I love it!!!

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  21. Hope you're awesome! Love your crown!

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  22. OMG so adorable! Hope your such a character! Love the whole costume together!
    GREATEST DIY for Halloween!
    xo
    B

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  23. That last photo is so distinctive!

    good job! :)

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  24. Hope, this is awesome! Where The Wild Things Are is my favorite children's book. I love your Max costume! :]
    This DIY is so cute. I want to make a crown to wear at my next birthday party! <3

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  25. I LOVE that you can be a wild thing or a posh lady! You are too cute and fun, Hope!

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  26. so so cool hope, love this! i especially love the feather accents you put on it. thanks for sharing!

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  27. Hope, you are my crafting hero. I love your ideas and think this is such a great one!

    Your pose in that last photo is my favorite.

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  28. so cute hope!!! milla plum says "hi!"
    xo.

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  30. Hope you are so rad! Can't wait to try this out with Penelope.

    Thanks for teaching us. <3

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  31. i love this! i'm 27 and i think i wanna be a wild thing for Halloween now. haha!

    Hope is so awesome!

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  32. Great DIY post Hope! Makes me want to make one for myself!

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  33. Oh, Hope. You are such a cutie! This is a perfect crown for dress-up or just for fun! :]

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  34. Its a good idea
    Maybe you can use some colorful tape on the sharp edges, so it wont cut.

    Cheers from Mexico !
    .Cometa

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  35. This is by far the cutest blog post I have ever seen. Hope, you are so creative and fun!

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  36. Thank you Hope, I think I'll make this and wear it to work, do you think they'll mind?
    It's Thursday today so I can pretend it's Friday, Friday's are definitely crown days.
    :) Martha

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  37. That's great Hope, and it goes so well with your Max costume!

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  38. how fun! xoxo

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  39. Hope, this is a great tutorial! You make such a good wild thing, and posh lady! :)

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  40. Hope, this is SO cute!!! Thanks for the great idea!

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  41. oh that is really clever! i'm going to file that way in my great ideas from other people that i want to try folder of my mind.
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  42. pretty AMAZING crown! easy and fun!
    what a spunky kid!


    <3Amanda
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  43. Hope! This is such a cool project. I can't wait until my eve is old enough to try it. Actually, my son Luke would like it too. He could make a kings crown. Thank you for sharing this with us. You are very creative!

    Jill

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  44. Hi Hope! :D I love your crown idea, and you make a super scary Wild Thing. ;) Thanks for sharing! :D

    Keep dreaming, little friend! :)

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  45. I love this crown as I'm a big fan of where the wild things are. Verynice

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  46. my three year old son just said, "she's a princess, she's beautiful!" :)

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  47. ahhh. I think I will do this with my sons when we learn about King David during homeschool. Now hopefully I'll remember about it!

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  48. find out how we used your crown http://www.justforthefamily.com/7/post/2011/11/chrismas-advent.html

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