My niece turned 6 last week and we celebrated in real princess style. We had a family get-together with our littles. The kids wore their Princess finest, ate tea and crumpets (ok… it was pizza and juice but we can pretend), made the cutest Princess Party Crowns, and topped off the afternoon with a tasty Kinder Surprise with a fun Disney Princess Treat!
Princess Party Crown Craft
1. Cut crowns using Silhouette Cameo 3D adjustable crown. If you don’t have an electronic cutter you can use this crown template to cut with scissors. I used heavy weight cardstock to keep the crowns from buckling.
2. Assemble the crowns by joining on each side. Punch a hole above each ear, and thread through elastic string (I used May Arts GR01)
3. Have children embellish crowns. I provided starts and glitter monograms, I ran them through the xyron first so they had adhesive backs. No cutting or glue so this craft is really quick! You could also used gems, stickers, and foam shapes to decorate your Princess Party Crowns.
Since I’m a #KINDERMom this year (woo hooo!!) the kids all got a special Kinder Surprise treat. Kinder just released Disney Princess and Marvel Superhero toys in their eggs, two in three eggs within specially-marked Kinder® Surprise® packages will contain a Limited Edition toy. What is more fitting for a Princess Party then a small Disney Princess treat to take home?!
The children were over the moon to get the delicious milk chocolate treat, with a super fun toy inside!
Want to check out all the fun Limited Edition toys? Check out Kinder Canada on Facebook.
Disclosure-I’m part of the KINDER® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own”Tags: birthday crafts, birthday hat, birthday party, crafts, disney, diy, Kids, kids crafts, marvel, party, princess, superheroes