Make Your Own Paper Tiara




Introduction: Make Your Own Paper Tiara

Make your own paper tiara. This is very easy and will take you less than 2 minutes.

Step 1: 1 Sheet of Paper

Get one sheet of paper

Step 2: Fold the Paper

Fold the paper hamburger style and keep it folded.

Step 3: Fold Paper Again

Fold the paper again vertically so that the left and bottom sides are creased.

Step 4: Unfold the Paper

Unfold the paper so that it looks just like it did in step 2

Step 5: Unfold Again

Unfold the paper again so that it is the whole sheet but has two lines running through it

Step 6: Fold Two Triangles

Then fold two triangles so that it looks like an arrow on one side.

Step 7: Then Do the Same Thing

Do the same thing on the other side to that it looks like a diamond with space in the middle.

Step 8: Fold the Triangle

Fold the triangle so that in looks like this.

Step 9: Pull Back the Triangle

Take the tip of one triangle and fold it down. Then tape the triangle down

Step 10: Fold Another Time

Fold the flat bottom with the triangle back so it is on the other side of the tiara. Then tape that rectangle and tape it on the back.

Step 11: Rip or Cut

Rip or Cut a strip of paper off another sheet of paper. Measure the strip so it fits your head.

Step 12: Staple Time

Staple one of the corners to the edge of the tiara.

Step 13: Repeart the Process

Repeat the same thing on the other side of the tiara.

Step 14: Your Finished

Finally you have a gorgeous tiara that you can decorate

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    14 years ago on Introduction

    Making it for my 7 year old daughter who is home sick does have a reason to make it.


    15 years ago on Introduction

    i agree with ongissim you have some pretty good instructions but i don't beleive that anyone would think about making this


    15 years ago

    This is a cool Instructable, but it really is just a paper triangle with a strap attached to the back. Good instructions, though! :-)