A crown represents power, glory, and royalty and is often made from precious metals and decorated with jewels.
Crowns often designate a ruler in many civilizations around the world.
The paper crown traces back to the ancient Romans, who wore festive headgear to celebrate Saturnalia, a festival around the winter solstice. In Great Britain, paper crowns are a tradition and worn at Christmas time. Wearing a crown makes us feel special, and sometimes we need to feel special!
For this Friday's class, we are going to fold an origami crown. Made from several sheets of paper joined together, and it's effortless to make!
To make an adult-sized paper crown, you will need nine or ten sheets of 6" square origami paper in any color or multiple colors or patterns. Gold or silver paper will make it look more regal, and colored paper will make it more festive and fun!
The Live Class starts at 2 pm MST Friday, 4/23!
It's always more fun to attend the live event, but you can't join us, you can always catch the recordings by clicking on the On-Demand page. All of our past classes are there so you won't miss a thing!
The Arts and Crafts
Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Elaine Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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