Printable paper crowns

Remember the adorable toppers we created last year with gift wrap from Kate Zaremba? Well, we collabed again on some and she created some adorable printable crowns that would be perfect for New Year’s Eve celebrations. I’ve already printed my own and used them for a few parties this holiday season. I gussied them up a bit with some washi tape and pom poms on the 10 adorable designs. See how we did it below.

Photography by Laura Sumrak
Illustrated crowns by Kate Zaremba 
Styling and crafting by Brittany Jepsen

Get the PDF and instructions below

Materials: crown template PDF, washi tape in fun colors, pom poms (see the half pound bag below–so handy!), glue gun, craft knife or scissors

Step 1: Print off the PDF (2 per crown)
Step 2: Cut out the crown with a craft knife or scissors
Step 3: Put the two crowns together. I secured mine with tape in addition to the built in locking system.
Step 4: Adorn the crowns with embellishments. I added washi tape at the base and pom poms at the tops with glue gun. I used pom pom trim and cut the trim part off for the little poms.

Enjoy! Happy new year!

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