Arts

I Crown Thee - Create a Fun Frozen Princess or Magical Castle King Queen Crown

In this 1 hour long class, students will create their very own wearable crowns using a glue gun and some simple materials.
Suzanne Lappan
523 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 12 learners
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Class

60 minutes

per class

Meets once

8-13

year olds

2-6

learners per class

per learner

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Description

Class Experience

Through this class, students will -
Learn to be responsible about using tools such as a glue gun, 
Learn fun techniques to create shapes and designs using a resist method, 
Learn about faux finishing painting techniques, 
Design a wearable art piece and have the ability to recreate what they've learned easily, 
It is a fun age appropriate art project for elementary into middle school kids.
-A silicone baking mat or Parchment baking paper, can be a baking pan made of silicone as well.
-Wax paper (if doing Frozen crown.)
-Measuring tape or string to measure head
-Acrylic craft paint- any color/s you prefer. You can use metallic paints as well.
-A brush with water for paint and a towel / paper towel.
-A glue gun with at least 5 full size glue sticks or 10 mini glue sticks. If you plan to do a large crown, have extra glue sticks on hand.
-Wire or a stiff headband to use as the base for your head piece. If using wire, some cutters to cut wire.
-Newspaper, cardboard or aluminum foil. (Something you can have under you to catch any drips of glue or paint.)
OPTIONAL
- Rhinestones, glass stones or large plastic jewels to embellish your crown.
- Glitter or glitter paint to add sparkle to your crown. 
- If using glitter, have a clear coat like Modge Podge on hand to give a protective coat at end.


1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be using a glue gun to create this project. Students should be comfortable using a glue gun and know basic safety tips.

Teacher

Suzanne Lappan
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Doll Maker/Cooperative Teacher Inspiring kids to be creative
523 total reviews
271 completed classes

About Me

Hi! Let's make something you design and create! I am a doll maker by trade and own a small business selling eco friendly sewn toys. I have a background in textiles and art with a BS from Philadelphia college of Textiles and Science and have... 
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