I followed this tutorial to make Elsa crown. I copied the template, cut it out on cardstock, and then filled it in with hot glue. I might suggest doing this with puffy paint, instead, because that doesn't harden as fast as hot glue. I had to trim some mistakes with an Exacto knife and scissors before I could spray it. I know that Elsa's crown is gold, but A) I don't have gold spray paint and B) I asked Tootie Pie if she wanted authentic gold or snowy silver, and she chose wisely. She takes after her mother in her preference for silver, I guess. Once I sprayed it, you could really see the flaws, so I covered the lumpy bits with jewels and, for the narrower parts, glitter. I will attach it to a hair comb that I have from the handmade bridal veil I made. I had everything on hand, so this cost me nothing.
That is why jewels and glitter were invented. To cover the
crown makers mistakes!
Filled in with hot glue and spray
painted. Kind of messed up.
I have crooked teeth from my parents and a wacky arm from a stroke. My daughter describes me as funny and smart, while she describes the other Linda from Mommy and Me as pretty and nice. So, I'm not pretty nor nice. I love the French people, French language (I'm fluent), French food, culture, architecture... In short, all of France! I'll read anything in front of me. I know more about middle school math than, well, anyone, INCLUDING my middle school math teacher husband (let's see if he reads this). I'm not happy if I'm not painting something.