10 Minute Pipe Cleaner Crowns – A DIY Fit for a Royal Wedding

Whether you plan to watch the royal wedding in themed style, have a pint sized princess in your life or want to plan ahead for New Year’s Eve – you will love this DIY pipe cleaner tiara project.  Plus this crafted crown takes all of about 10 minutes to make and most of that is waiting for your glue gun to heat up.  My kinda quick craft!

Pipe cleaner tiaras perfect for the royal wedding by Jennifer Perkins

DIY Pipe Cleaner Tiaras 

Maybe not fit for a real princess, but these handmade pipe cleaner crowns will work in a pinch.  Sparkle and rhinestones optional, but highly encouraged.  Got your glue gun plugged in yet?  Good ok let’s get ready to go DIY tiara crazy.

Supplies for making a DIY pipe cleaner crown or tiara by Jennifer Perkins

Pipe Cleaner Tiara Supplies

  • 2 Smooth white pipe cleaners
  • 3 Sparkly pipe cleaners
  • Hot glue
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Sequins
  • Gemstones 
Bend pipe cleaners to form a tiara or crown.

Bend the Pipe Cleaners

The first thing I did was connect the two smooth pipe cleaners to make a circle.  This will form the base of your pipe cleaner crown.  You may need to adjust depending on head size.  Bend three sparkly pipe cleaners into points and trim to desired height.

Embellished pipe cleaner crown with sequins and gemstones by Jennifer Perkins.

Embellish the Pipe Cleaner Crown

Attach the three bent pipe cleaner points to your tiara using a hot glue gun.  You can add as much or as little embellishment to your pipe cleaner crown as you want.  I’m a firm believer in more is always better, but you already knew that about me.

Make your own pipe cleaner crown  for the royal wedding by Jennifer Perkins

Feeling like a princess yet?  With this pipe cleaner crown DIY you should be.  Go gold, go bold, go colorful – it’s your tiara you decide!  Don’t forget to check

10 Minute DIY Pipe Cleaner Tiaras by Jennifer Perkins

Remember, not just for weddings these work great for princess parties, New Years Eve and light housecleaning.  Because you know everyone should feel like a princess when they are folding towels and dusting.  

I told you this was a quick one!  What are your plans for watching the royal wedding?  

 

Want more Royal Wedding inspired ideas?  Keep reading!

Adorable DIY shell tiaras for  your little mermaid by Jennifer Perkins

Mermaid Crowns – Are Erik and Ariel more your type of royal wedding?  Pop over to HGTV and check out this tutorial for a DIY shell crown perfect for your little mermaids.

Try a wedding themed terrarium for your centerpieces by Jennifer Perkins

Wedding Themed Terrarium – I love a good themed terrarium (check out gnomes, painted rocks, Halloween and foam just to name a few) so when my friend asked several us to DIY the centerpieces for her wedding I had the perfect idea.

Make a prince and princess headband for the royal wedding by Jennifer Perkins

Royal Wedding Couple Fascinator – When a DIY Harry met Meghan over on HGTV.

 

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