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Glitter & Felt Ball Birthday Crown

A winter birthday can sometimes be a challenge to get right. These glitter crowns are pretty enough to come to the rescue! There is no going wrong with a simple and glittery birthday crown. Their crystal look and festive pom-poms will make any birthday girl feel like an ice queen.

And if you don’t happen to have a birthday anytime soon – why not revive your inner birthday girl and dress up a little? Adorning a glittering crown is guaranteed to lift any dull winter spirits quickly away.

Glitter felt ball birthday crowns asubtlerevelry.com

Felt Ball Birthday Crowns asubtlerevelry.com

Felt Ball Birthday Crowns asubtlerevelry.com

I love the idea of taking simple metallic party crowns and livening them up a bit with playful shapes and colorful pom poms. These crowns would be great for a bridal shower, birthday or bachelorette party. You could also make a smaller, mini version for a first birthday party. Read on for the full instructions and more pretty photos by my newest crafting collaborator, Mara Dawn.

Felt Ball Birthday Crowns asubtlerevelry.com

Felt Ball Birthday Crowns asubtlerevelry.com

To make the gold shapes crown; cut a thin band of gold card stock out for the headband. Cut gold triangles out and glue the triangles to headband. Cut smaller triangles out of colorful paper to decorate the crown. Using a glue gun, glue pom poms to tops of gold triangles. Finally, glue the ends of the headband together to form a circle.

Felt Ball Birthday Crowns asubtlerevelry.com

To make the silver pom crown; cut a thin band of silver card stock out for the headband. Then, cut silver triangles out and glue the triangles to the band. Using a glue gun, glue colorful pom poms along the entire length of headband. Glue ends of headband together to form a circle.

Project styling + photography by Mara Dawn for A Subtle Revelry. Thanks to Michelle Houghton and Jenn Fortner for modeling your gorgeous faces in this shoot.

More DIY party hats right here, and a pom pom headband you’ve got to see!

9 Comments

  • lena
    January 29, 2014 at 9:29 am

    Those pom poms are the perfect addition–how darling!

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  • Sara
    January 29, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    I adore these! I haven’t seen crowns with pom-poms on them like this before…they are perfect! Now to convince my little gals to wear them :)

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    • Victoria
      January 29, 2014 at 2:44 pm

      Sara, hopefully they won’t need too much convincing. I’d love to see a photo! xoxo

      Reply
  • Gina at willowday
    January 30, 2014 at 2:50 am

    cute. With everyone in the world so pompom crazed (I might guess even my pup), fun, simple idea!

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