In the absence of devices, endless apps, countless TV shows and sophisticated toys, we relied immensely on our imagination.
February 25, The cutest paper flower crowns you ever did see! Every good spring party needs an abundance of flowers — and this paper flower crown is about Paper crowns easy as it gets.
I used to make these flowers with my classroom kiddos as a way to keep their fingers busy when we were listening to a story being read and I know that if fidgety elementary school kiddos can construct them — so can you!
Cut your floral wire to size, leaving a few inches of overhang, and twist together creating the base of the crown. The flower construction is basic and primitive and open to interpretation!
The peony starts with a basic five petal flower — feel free to add more petals — but five will do perfectly. YOu can free hand draw them or just start cutting.
The largest flower will become the base. Create about 3 more 5 petal flowers in a medium size and two in a smaller size. My smallest flowers only have 4 petals.
Use the pencil to gently roll each of the petals towards the center of the flower, making them curl. Do this for all the individual flowers. Then stack them together, securing with a dot of glue.
The mum starts off looking more like a daisy. I like to make these 4 layers at a time by folding the paper in fourths and drawing and cutting just once. I find the roses to be the trickiest but they are also the least labor intensive! Start by tracing a circle on the construction paper. Cut it out and then cut it into a spiral.
Pinch the center and start rolling the paper onto itself creating a rose shape. Secure with glue as you go to help keep the rose in shape.
To make the tassel flowers, cut a piece of construction paper in half, lengthwise. Fold it in half on the long side and fringe the paper leaving about an inch of buffer. Roll the paper into a tassel, secure with glue, and while holding onto the non tasseled end, gently push the flower onto a flat surface the table or your hand and push the petals out.
To make a simple leaf, accordion fold green construction paper then fold in half. Draw and cut or free hand a leaf shape with the base of the leaf touching the folded edge — this way two leaves remain attached making it easier to glue them onto the crown.
Crease with your finger nail and shape by gently folding and bending. Then attach among your flowers! It also acts like a non-slip gripper when the crown is on, helping it stay on your head! There is no right or wrong color choice, pattern or placement — do what looks right to you.
I might be making another one with just peonies on it for me!
Can you imagine greeting everyone with a flower crown? Sounds like a dream spring party!He holds out the flower crowns, and Hirato lifts an eyebrow while Akari just stares. “For you,” he adds after a pause. Hirato is the one who takes both crowns and plops one down on top of Akari’s head, simply smirking as the doctor’s scowl deepens.
I made these paper plate crowns for my daughter’s Pinkalicious party, but they would also work great for a princess party.. I got the idea from G–‘s preschool teacher and thought they would be perfect for Pinkalicious’s tiarra. Happy Birthday Paper Crowns are a fantastic addition to your party, celebrating you!
These paper cut-out crows are white with multi-colored text and candle drawings on the front. The text reads "Happy Birthday", with the word "Happy" sticking out on top, giving it a crown effect.
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