Wonder Woman Crown Tutorial

Remember back when I shared our Sculpey Crazy Crowns? When we made those crazy crowns, we also made a Wonder Woman crown!


Let me just give you a little background… I’ve always loved Wonder Woman! She was one of my favorites as a child. That little kid below is me, circa, maybe, 1978ish….


I don’t feel so comfortable in a Wonder Woman costume (one day I will again…), so I thought a crown would be fun! Ok, honestly, I was just playing with the gold Sculpey and all I could see was a Wonder Woman crown! It’s ingrained in me, what can I say. When I think crown, I think gold Wonder Woman crown….


Here’s how I made it.


Step 1- This was made with one (1 oz) block of gold Sculpey and a little bit of red. Roll out the gold!


Step 2: Flatten the gold. I made mine about 1/8″ thick.


Step 3: Cut out the shape. I don’t have a template, but I have faith in you that you can wing it! The sides are about an inch wide and the whole thing is about 8 inches long.


Step 4: Flatten your red to the same thickness of the gold and cut out a star.


Step 5: Set the red star on top of the crown and trace the shape of the star. Then cut out the star outline from the crown.


Step 6: Insert the red star into the crown. I know it looks a little rough, huh?



Step 7: Roll out the crown with just a bit of slight pressure. Eventually it will be nice and smooth!


Step 8: Make a hole in each side.


Step 9: Hold up the crown to your head to get the right curve. And try your best to hold the curve as you set it on the pan for cooking. It will move slightly, but I was able to keep the curve pretty close to the right one for my head. Then cook per directions.


Step 10: Add elastic and you’re on your way to being Wonder Woman!


You can wear it around the house just to remind your family of who you really are….  Oh, yeah! Now I just need to fit into my Wonder Woman suit and find that invisible plane I misplaced and I’m outta here!

Who’s your favorite Super Woman???

I have been compensated with either payment or product for this post. All opinions are my own, honest opinions!

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