How to Draw a Princess Crown

By Aksana Nikolai

The next time your little girl says she would like to be a princess, draw her her very own crown. The possibilities for fun will be endless because the crown can be used as an accessory for dolls, hung as a decoration in her room, or worn during role-plays. This craft project will make your daughter feel like royalty.

Draw a horizontal oval with a pencil at the bottom of a piece of paper.

Erase the bottom half of the oval so that you are left with a line whose middle curves upward.

Draw with the help of a ruler a diagonal line that begins at the left end of the curve and lines up with the top left corner of the paper. Make this line as long as you would like.

Draw another diagonal line, this time beginning at the right end of the curve and lining up with the top right corner of the page.

Connect the two diagonal lines by drawing a series of triangles in between the two diagonals. Erase the bottom-most of the three legs of each triangle. The result should be a set of pointed "teeth" in between the two diagonals.

Draw a decorative element, for example a star, at the top of each triangle.

Decorate the crown as much or as little as you would like. Ideas include using colored markers, glitter or rhinestones, as well as writing "Princess" or a girl's name across the front of the crown.

About the Author

Aksana Nikolai is a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in language studies and international affairs. Nikolai is currently working in online marketing and communications. She has been writing since 2008, specializing in made-for-Web content and maintaining her fashion and beauty blog.