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Friday, December 13, 2013

Tenth Day of Christmas: Fabric Crowns

It's free tutorial time again! 


  On the tenth day of Christmas, CKC gave to me...
A Fancy Fabric Crown
 Scrappy Photo Banner
Pretty Lace Bracelet
 Fox named Felix 
 Crayon Roll for kids
♪   Cozy for my Cup!   
A handy Scrap Catcher,
 Stylish D-Ring Belt,
  Ruffled Camera Strap --
And a Stocking to put my gifts in!  



Look how amazing these crowns are!  Perfect for boys and girls, this free pattern will allow you to make several different types of crowns. They can be pointed or curved, ruffly or plain - and they are even reversible!  

The fabric crowns in this pattern can be made with either an elastic back or ribbon ties. The elastic tie is based on an average head circumference, but we also show you how to make it a custom fit. The elastic version is easiest to get on and off, but the ribbon tie is also good if you want it to fit your kids as they grow or to share with siblings.

I love that these crowns are so sturdy! I can't even count how many store-bought dress up crowns my daughter has gone through - they always snap easily or bend out of shape. But that wont happen with these crowns! They are comfy and made to last.

 Click here to download the free PDF pattern for our Reversible Fabric Crown. Your little princes and princesses will be stylish in no time.

Let's Create! ~ Kristen 

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