DIY Sequin Star Crown

By Elizabeth Hudy

DIY Sequin Star Crown

Your favorite new accessory is an absolute show-stopper: a sequin star crown. And it's super easy to make! Follow along this illustrated tutorial and make your own glittery headpiece! 


Materials List:

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Directions:

  1. Snip wire at varying lengths between 2-4 inches.
  2. Using hot glue, sandwich the end of the wire between two matching sequins.
  3. Repeat a bunch
  4. Set the headband so it's standing upright. I put it on a large jar.
  5. Glue your wire to the headband so that it lays flat.
  6. Start by placing the wires with some space between them and fill in the gaps as you go. 
  7. Once you have glued all your wires down, do a full pass across the top with hot glue. Optional: pour glitter on the hot glue before it dries.
  8. Take the headband off the strand and snip your extra wire.
  9. Starting with the longest wires, bend each wire upright.
  10. Do one more pass along the front with hot glue to fill in any gaps and secure the wire bent upwards.
  11. Enjoy, Queen!

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ELIZABETH HUDY

The Peach Fuzz was created by Elizabeth Hudy, a self-proclaimed loudmouth illustrator and crafty little bitch dedicated to taking social issues seriously, not herself. The goal of The Peach Fuzz is to make activism accessible and fun, giving you colorful ways to raise your voice and make participation in a movement as easy as putting a sticker on your water bottle. Of course, activism is much more than just a sticker, but we've all gotta start somewhere! The Peach Fuzz roots for you to be empowered to stand up for what you believe in — and do it all with a little creativity and a LOT of sass.

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