October 5 Scrap Buster ~ Fabric Crowns

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Matilda’s Birthday Crown by Laura, Cupcakes for Clara

Laura used a pattern from The Creative Family to create this crown. Have you used fabric scraps to create festive crowns or party hats?

Fill us in on your favorite related crown tutorials or pics in the comments. Here’s a great fabric crown tutorial.

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55 Responses to October 5 Scrap Buster ~ Fabric Crowns

  1. MJ Jord says:

    Thanks for the great post!

  2. ClaireP says:

    I’ll definitely be making one of these for my daughters 1st birthday next year! 🙂

  3. jennsquared says:

    cool! Which kid doesn’t want one of those!?

  4. Shannon F. says:

    Such a great memory maker! Thanks for this.

  5. Tiina says:

    Nice crown.

  6. Laurie says:

    I think my grandson would love to be a prince. Great Idea. Or maybe King of the Castle.

  7. Kristin says:

    I love this – it is definitely on my list of things to make for my daughter.

  8. Stephanie says:

    Thanks for sharing these crown tutorials they will come in handy when I get around to making one for my son.

  9. My grand daughters would love these. They play dress up all the time and mostly with princess costumes.

  10. Krista says:

    This is a fantastic idea!!

  11. Andiette says:

    OOH. This would totally go with the birthday shirt I make each year for my kids!

  12. Lisa says:

    How cute is that! I really wish my girls were little again. I will have to keep this in mind for the grandchildren when they arrive many, MANY years from now. 😉

  13. I love this crown! It’s making me want to break my budget and by the Creative Family book even more.

  14. Mary says:

    My niece will have to get one of these when her birthday comes around!

  15. craftytammie says:

    these are so cute! My kids would love them.

  16. Sarah says:

    Very cute crown…I don’t have any little ones but most of my friends are just getting married it would be a great way to distinguish the bride at the bridal shower and a great base to tie bows to. Very cute.

  17. Raheli says:

    There are so many birthdays in my family this month… I might actually bust my scrap pile!

  18. Deb Cameron says:

    Super sweet, I’m sure it will come with Super Fairy Powers – I will have to make a matching wand 🙂

  19. I like this crown in the cotton as opposed to the felt – wool or otherwise. I think it would wash and wear better this way!

  20. Liz says:

    My girls would love if I produced a crown for their princess heads!

  21. liz says:

    cute crown.

    i just blogged about my latest scrap buster…

    http://tracyandlizsblog.blogspot.com/2009/10/scrappy-abcs.html

  22. Andrea says:

    These are great! I saw something similar at our library recently, and my daughter loved them. I’ve been wanting to make her one… Now you’ve saved me much of the brain work that would have been involved. So now I have no excuse…

  23. Tabi says:

    Here is a crown tutorial I created…I rather like it:)
    http://www.refugeecrafter.com/2009/02/birthday-crown.html

  24. Bethany says:

    Ohh I can see my daughter LOVING that!! I see a true princess in the future!!

  25. Deborah Ocasio says:

    How clever !! Thank you for sharing

  26. Misty.Creek says:

    My little princess would love this crown for her Halloween costume.

  27. Liz Fenwick says:

    This is just precious! I know a few little girls that would love to have one of these for dress up, I’m thinking Christmas presents, thanks for the idea!

  28. Jenny says:

    YES! what a great crown!

  29. Sarahe4e says:

    How cute is this crown. I have a grandaughter who thinks she is royalty ( a princess, that is) and I think 2 o3 three of these all glittered up would make her very happy.

  30. Junglewife says:

    This looks like a lot of fun! I will have to try this for my little girls 🙂

  31. Jackie Davis says:

    this is very cool! thanks!!!
    *hugs*
    Jackie

  32. kriswithmany says:

    Very cute!

  33. Toya McClurkan says:

    the crowns are so cute! I know a few little girls who would love these!

  34. April says:

    I know what I am putting on my to do list for Christmas for my day care provider’s daughter…she loves dress up. And the fact I can use scraps to boot….awesome!

  35. Becky says:

    Dang, I need a crown! Too cute!

  36. Kadybug says:

    I really like this idea! So much better than the cheap plastic ones.

  37. renee says:

    Awsome! My son just outgrew hiw Birthday Prince Crown this year now that he is 2. I was planning on making a new one for next year.

  38. Grace Wong says:

    thanks for the tutorial!

  39. Cecily says:

    This is great! I will be trying it out for Christmas and an end-of-the month birthday.

  40. Katie Mitchell says:

    I made one of these for my daughters’ birthdays and they loved it. I embroidered “Birthday Queen” on the front of it.

  41. Laura says:

    OMG – I’m TOTALLY adding this to my Christmas list for my 2 little girls!!!

  42. anne says:

    I love it! I am gonna make one of these! Thanks!

  43. kelly says:

    Love this crown! I have, in fact, used scraps to make my mom a crown for her 60th birthday a couple of years ago. You can see what I made (plus a rambling detailed post about some construction issues I had) right here:

    http://transcraftinental.blogspot.com/2007/11/my-mom-is-princess.html

  44. Melissa says:

    Love the crown! I’ll have to make one!

  45. Marybeth says:

    OH!! So Cute!!! Why haven’t I gotten that book yet?? Must go buy. What a sweet idea.

  46. Diane says:

    Wow! This looks super cute and easy to do for my girls!

  47. Julia M. in MI says:

    This is so cute. My daghter would love a sparkly pink one, and my six year old son, a gold one. Thanks for the idea.

  48. Great idea! I love this!

  49. Karen Miller says:

    Great idea just in time for my granddaughter in law’s birthday. Gotta get busy tonight.

  50. Heather B says:

    Thanks for the idea – I have a little one with a birthday next week!

  51. Celeste says:

    The fabrics used in this crown are so sweet!

  52. Lorrie says:

    very cute idea!

  53. Pam says:

    I love this. Wish I had thought of that when my girls were smaller. Maybe I will remember it when I become a grandma.

  54. Krystina says:

    I forgot to mention, I got the knitting pattern (in case anyone is interested) from an old Interweave magazine… here is the link: http://www.interweaveknits.com/preview/2006_summer.asp.

    It was super easy and the crown turned out awesome.

  55. Krystina says:

    I made a knitted crown for my son for his first birthday. Maybe I can make a fabric one for my daughter! I never thought of sewing one until now, but it will probably hold up much better than the knitted crown.

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