Inca princess crown

Inca princess crown

This children’s craft will allow the girl disguising for a children’s or carnival party and to become a princess of the New World, as in Colombus’ age.

Inca princess crown


  • To discover the world of the incas.
  • To develop imagination and creativity.
  • To develop motor control.


  • 2 cardboard dishes.
  • Bronze or golden paint.
  • Glue.
  • Scissors.
  • A paintbrush.
  • A stapler.

Pasos a seguir

Cut the dishes in two equal parts. Staple three half dishes to make a crown as the one in the photo: one half dish in front and two behind.

Inca princess crown paso 1

Cut a stripe of crepe paper abour 10 cm high. Unroll it and fold it in a way that you get a rectangle 5 cm width. Cut out the shape of the feathers as in the photo.

Inca princess crown paso 2

To make the serrated rims of the feathers: bend in two the crepe paper feathers and cut out fringes along the rim (take care not to cut on the fold).

Inca princess crown paso 3

Staple the feathers in the front part of the crown. Group the feathers in colours.

Inca princess crown paso 4

Cut out geometrical colored paper shapes and glue them in the fromt part of the crown.

Inca princess crown paso 5


  • Edad:5 years
  • Tiempo:1 hour
  • Dificultad:Low

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