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I was looking for a cool crown for this years costume, and all I could find was paper, or felt crowns...King Henry VIII would never wear a felt crown....
I bought a 8-6 inch reducer from the HVAC section of Lowes...
Measured out a pattern and using tin snip cut the pattern. Used my Dremel to remove the sharps and sanded to ensure all edges were knocked down.
Applied 2 coats of Rust-oleum hammered finish antique pewter
Cut batting and installed. Like an hours work not including 24 hour dry time for paint. Enjoy.
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how's bout dipping that son'a bi*ch in gold and adding some jewels to it!! then it'd be even better, also you could put real fur onto it, then it would truly be fit for a king. :D
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