Sparkly Autumn Fairy Crown

Talitha is unbelievably pleased with this crown. She’s even talking about friends’ houses she wants to take it to. It was a quick and painless craft to do (well, painless as long as glitter doesn’t stress you out) yet surprisingly effective.

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This is this month’s Bostik Family Bloggers craft. We were sent a box containing Bostik Glu Pen and Glu Dots and some craft goodies from CraftMerrily, including these beautiful fabric leaves.

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We followed the veins with the glu pen (my three-year-old’s lines were embarrassingly better than mine) and dusted them with glitter.

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I cut the base of the crown from an old cereal box, measuring it on her head and stapling it into a circle.

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Then we stuck the leaves to the crown using glu dots.

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Easy, beautiful and well-loved. You could do the same with real dried leaves too.

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Have you been up to any Autumn crafting?


6 Comments

  1. October 16, 2014 / 11:27 pm

    Oh how pretty is this – I actually saw a little tutorial about fairy leaf crowns today and yours is so much prettier – must make some of these!

    Laura x
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  2. October 17, 2014 / 12:46 pm

    This is brilliant and those leaves are absolutely gorgeous. Great craft!

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