Royally Fun Disney Princess Crown Crafts

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Ariel's Crown-

With her days as a mermaid behind her, Ariel made a beautiful bride from the top of her head to the tips of her brand new toes. Like Ariel's, this wedding crown ... more 
Photo by: Family.com
Ariel's Crown-

With her days as a mermaid behind her, Ariel made a beautiful bride from the top of her head to the tips of her brand new toes. Like Ariel's, this wedding crown comes with a flowing veil and a golden tiara that are as shimmery as the sea itself.
You'll need:
Scissors
White tulle (or similar sheer, lightweight white fabric)
Cloth headband
Hot glue gun
Small acrylic gems
Ariel's Crown template
Gold sticky-back glitter craft foam
Insructions:
1. Cut five 6- by 30-inch strips from the tulle. One at a time, tie the tulle around the top of the headband, as shown.
2. Adorn the tulle veil with small acrylic gems, using dots of hot glue to attach them.
3. Print out Ariel's Crown template and cut it out. Use it as a pattern to cut out two matching crown shapes from the gold sticky-back glitter craft foam. Peel the backing off both crown shapes and stick them together with the glitter sides facing out.
4. Glue the lower edge of the crown to the face of the headband, covering the tulle where it is attached to the band. less 
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Tue, Nov 8, 2011 5:54 PM EST
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