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How to Make a Wonder Woman Crown

Wonder Woman is a character created by DC Comics in 1941. She has a curvaceous figure and long, dark hair. She wears a red and gold bustier and knee-high red boots. She carries a lasso that she uses to capture enemies. Wonder Woman also wears two gold bands around her wrists as well as a gold crown. You can easily make your own Wonder Woman crown from flexible plastic.

Measure the circumference of your head where you want the crown to rest. Wonder Woman's crown crosses her forehead, but you can wear yours however you want.

Make a template. Start by drawing a straight line on paper equalling your measurement of your head, plus one inch. Sketch an outline of the crown around the line. Wonder Woman's crown is a narrow band in the back that gradually widens toward the front, ending at a point in the centre. Sketch a slightly smaller second version of same shape on paper.

Cut out the larger paper template and trace it onto gold PVC plastic. Do the same with the smaller template. Cut the patterns out of the plastic.

Bend the larger piece of plastic into a crown and glue ends to form circle. Glue the smaller crown on top of the larger. Keep the crown in a circular shape as it dries to hold its rounded shape.

Cut out a five pointed star from red plastic. Glue the star to the front, centre of crown. Once all glue is dry, wear your crown.

Tip

Consult pictures of Wonder Woman to see exactly what her crown looks like.

Things You'll Need

  • Flexible measuring tape
  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Flexible gold PVC plastic
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Flexible red plastic
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About the Author

Brenda Priddy has more than 10 years of crafting and design experience, as well as more than six years of professional writing experience. Her work appears in online publications such as Donna Rae at Home, Five Minutes for Going Green and Daily Mayo. Priddy also writes for Archstone Business Solutions and holds an Associate of Arts in English from McLennan Community College.