A coat-of-arms crown is just right for the special "king" or "queen" in your family. A coat of arms is a family badge or crest. The symbols on the badge show the interests or strengths of the family. You would have seen a coat of arms in a castle in medieval times, but people often use a coat of arms today to display their family heritage.
Your coat of arms can be added to your king's or queen's crown, but it also looks great when attached to a cape or to a piece of fabric that's draped over a chair for your throne.
What You'll Need
"Jewels" (stick-on earrings, pieces of metallic papers, glitter, sequins, beads, or craft jewels)
Decorations (strung sequins, glitter, ribbons, or braid)
How to Make the Coat-of-Arms Crown
Step 1: Cut out a crown from poster board.
Step 2: Add "jewels" (stick-on earrings, pieces of metallic papers, glitter, sequins, beads, or craft jewels).
Step 3: Personalize the crown by adding your name in glitter.
Step 4: Draw a coat of arms pattern on the paper.
Step 5: Pin the pattern to the felt. Cut around the pattern.
Step 6: Discard the paper pattern and then decorate the felt with strung sequins, glitter, ribbons, or braid.
Step 7: Glue the coat of arms to your crown, pin it to a cape, or hang it over a chair.
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