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PDF: Bricks Crown Template and Instructions - How to Make A Party Crown W Bonus Lego Man & Font to Make Birthday Kid's Name on Crown

Luminous Moon By Luminous Moon

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I've put together this three-page document with instructions on how to make your own Bricks crown, including a 3-page crown template:

1 - Blank template - Use on bricks-themed scrapbook paper
2 - Pre-printed template with medium bricks print - Use on solid color card stock paper
3 - Pre-printed template with small bricks print - Use on solid color card stock paper

UPDATED: With bonus race car driver and birthday numbers! I've also included the letters of the alphabet brick-themed font, so that you may create the birthday kid's name on the crown, like in the photos.

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Here is the supply list and the instructions to make this crown, once you've purchased and have downloaded the digital template. Once purchased, you will need the following:

Supplies:
4 sheets of cardstock (in 4 colors - red, blue, yellow and green)
glue stick or double-sided tape
scotch tape
scissors

How To:
To make the crown, measure your child’s head. You will most likely need 4 template shapes to make a full crown.

Put 4 pieces of different colored card stock (red, blue, yellow and green) into your printer. Print pages 2 & 3 out twice, onto the 4 different colored pieces of card stock. Cut out each printed shape on dashed lines. (Alternatively, you can just print page 1 of the template onto Lego-themed scrapbook paper, 4 times.)

Lay each of the 4 cut-out shapes side-by-side, face-down, and overlap each one. Using a glue stick or double-sided tape, use the dotted lines as a guide, glue/tape each shape onto the next shape, until you have a crown. Take the two ends of the crown and glue together, according to your measurements, so that it will fit your child’s head.

You can stop here and be done! Or you can also add the following options (name & race car driver, “jewels”):
Print out child’s name in Lego font (page 4 of template) and the Lego race car man (page 3 of template), center onto crown, then glue down.
Punch out circles from your scraps, and use them as “jewels” for the crown “spires”. Let dry.

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Customer Feedback:
"My 5 year old loved wearing this at his party!"

"Fast download and easy to put together! My son loved it for his lego birthday party:)"

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To open the PDF files, you will need Adobe Reader, which is a free download at adobe.com.

***PLEASE NO FORWARDING, FILE SHARING, OR COMMERCIAL USE. THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.***

No items will be shipped. Product will be available for instant download as a PDF (.pdf) document once purchased.

Print as many as needed!

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Please also view my " A LEGO RACE CAR 5th Birthday Party" posting on my blog, for more Lego-themed birthday party ideas:

http://projectmommie.blogspot.com/2013/01/a-lego-race-car-5th-birthday-party.html

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Copyright Notice:

All files are for personal use only. You may print for your own personal use as many times as you like, but files may not be shared or sold. With this listing you are paying for my time and services. LEGO® and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this product.

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