Making Doll Crowns

Such a simple craft. Such a delighted little girl. My daughter and I made Doll Crowns from upcycled cardboard toilet paper tubes.

    • Cut the tube into a crown shape.
    • Spray paint with gold paint.
    • Hot glue a strip of tulle netting on the back.
    • Hot glue a rubber band for securing the crown under the doll’s chin.
    • Give your child some pretty jeweled stickers to decorate.

That’s it. Done! We made these for party favors for my daughter’s upcoming American Girl Doll themed party. The girls can decorate their own doll’s crown with a strip of jewel stickers.

This craft was inspired by TP Craft and Lilla A, both courtesy of Pinterest.

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Comments

  1. What a perfect activity for a little girl’s birthday party! They turned out really well.

  2. This is such a cute idea! I love the little “rhinestones”. I’m pinning this to my Amazing Toilet Tube board. :-)

  3. So very cute my daughter will love this idea!

  4. That is a great idea! The girls have American Dolls, I’ll get my eldest to do this with the little one. They’ll have a great time!

  5. These turned out super cute!!

  6. Super-cute! We made one recently with lace and modge-podge but this looks easier.

  7. Cute Idea! I bet my girls would like these.

  8. Cute, cute, cute…don’t you just love all the ways you can use tp rolls :) Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Sharing Saturday.. hope to see you next week!!

  9. Ok, so I love this activity so much this post is one of my featured activities for this week’s Kid’s Co-op. I just wanted you to know. :-)

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  1. [...] Creekside Learning up-cycled some cardboard toilet roll tubes into fancy doll crowns for an American Girl doll birthday party. When I saw these, I immediately thought of those tiny top hats that are all the rage right now. Where these hats are made from recycled materials, they would be perfect party hats for an Earth Day celebration too! [...]

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