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September 21, 2008


Overwhelmed With Joy!

Wow! This is so neat! We're going to a birthday party for a 2 year old friend of my 2 year old daughter and I just might have to make this little girl a crown. :)

Thanks so much for sharing!


Thanks for this. An excellent tutorial


What an awesome tutorial this is! my mom and I made two. I blogged about it here: http://dreamalildream.com/creativehands/project-monday-a-crown-for-our-little-princess/

Thanks so much for this Jessica.


Where did you get the letters you used for the crowns? I can't seem to find a printable stencil like them anywhere online!


Your crowns turned out fantastic! Thank you for sharing the directions!


hi....I'm from indonesia...thanks for the tutorial,very creative....


That's neat!
I made a "related" birthdaycrown for my girl in may this year (before I saw this tutorial)
Here it is:

Casey C

Just wanted to let you know that I added your link to one of my posts since I made a modified version of this for a gift!

alyssa mantooth

I have spent a good bit of time looking for a cute crown pattern that I could use for my kids. This is adorable and I can't wait to give it a shot! Thanks for sharing.


thanks i just made one for my son so he canbe max from the sendak book

it turned out great even thought my sewing machine isnt doing decorative stitches well....

Angela Neil

I LOVE it! These would make AWESOME party favors!! Thank you so much for posting!

The Tan Family

Fantastic! Thank you for the inspiration. :) Love this!


My 3 yr old daughter and I just made this crown for a friend's birthday. It turned out really cute even though I don't have a machine with fancy stitches and I had to use mostly craft felt. If/when I get around to it I'll post a photo on my blog (link to you and leave a link here) because I love seeing everyone else's work. What inspiration!


Thanks for taking the time to do a tutorial. I can't wait to make a crown with my nephew!


Would you mind sharing what font the letters are in? I love it!

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