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September 21, 2008



Wow!! Awesome! I just made a post in my blog about doing a crown craft the easy way, but yours is amazing and worth all the effort!!! Beautiful!


Jen Borley

I LOVE this! My youngest son absolutely loves wearing costumes. . I have to find time to make at least one of these. .


These look like so much fun! Awesome job!


That is so cute! I love it!
-Sandy toes


That is so cute! I love it!
-Sandy toes


It's gorgeous! I'll be linking to this!


would you be willing to commission the crowns. I don't sew... but these are darling. Really darling.


What a beautiful crown and fabulous tutorial! Can't wait to make one for my Mom and Sister's birthday. May I link to your tutorial from my blog?http://feltorama.blogspot.com


This is such a sweet variation on a classic dress up item. Thank you for posting this!

* tonya *

What a fantastic tutorial. I absolutely adore these crowns and so desperately wanted to get them made for my twins birthday party over the weekend but ran out of time. I still plan on making them though.

I added a link to this post on my party planning website last week. Hope you don't mind.

Sarah G.

What an awesome crown!! I teach kindergarten and it would be so cool to give each child a personalized crown for their birthday...I usually give them one made from construction paper...

Great tutorial and I'll be trying this out for sure!

Sarah G.

Your Impact Matters

That is just gorgeous! I've seen these around, but this is the first tutorial and I'm so glad I found it. I was featured on Sew Mama Sew today too, so I was looking at all the other tuts as well. Well done, this is just lovely. I especially like the decorative stitching you used on the bottom. I'm getting ready to buy a new sewing machine...what kind do you use?


Fantastic tutorial!


Wonderful tutorial! I am going to have to make a crown for my son's upcoming birthday!


Thanks SO much for posting this. My daughter is having a princess/prince party. These will be perfect favors. You do beautiful work!

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