Holding a Coronation Celebration, community event, or Big Lunch? Here are 10 simple Eco Friendly Coronation crafts for all ages to make.
:: Make your own Keepsake Coronation Medal
Design your own Coronation medal to mark this special historic occasion. Take a wood slice, some coloured pencils, colourful ribbon & invite all ages to create their own Coronation medal.
:: Wooden Royal Guard Bookmarks
These Royal Guard bookmarks are perfect for guarding the pages of any book. Made from lolly sticks & coloured pens, this super simple, frugal craft is ideal for everyone. Find our more here: Royal Guard Bookmarks
:: Seed Paper Coronation Crowns
These seed paper crowns make great table decorations, giveaways or party favours. When the celebrations have finished, the crowns can be planted outdoors to grow wildflowers for pollinators. We made the crowns in the same way as our seed paper bees, but instead of creating the shape with a cookie cutter, we made one large sheet of seed paper which we cut into crown shapes once dry.
:: Coronation Crown Paper Shakers
Super easy to make, these Paper Crown Shakers are great for exploring rhythm & sound.
How to make: Flatten the top of a paper cup & cut a zig-zag pattern across the top to make a crown. Use coloured pens to decorate. Add a teaspoon of small dried pasta to the cup & then secure the top with a stapler or sticky tape. Shake your crown & add music to the party!
:: Coronation Crown Snack Pots
Made from paper cups, these Crown Snack pots are great for any celebratory picnic, Big Lunch or party. Just flatten the top of a paper cup, cut a zig-zag pattern & decorate it with 'jewels' to create a crown. These crowns a perfect size for popcorn, fruit, or any royal pick & mix.
:: Post-it-note Crown
Make your own crown with post-it-notes. Super simple & a great craft for tweens & teens. We added the a verse from Psalm 139, reminding us that we are all 'fearfully & wonderfully made.' Find step by step instructions here: Post-it-Note Crowns
:: Bird Feeder Castle
Celebrate the King's love of nature with this upcycled Bird Feeder Castle. A great craft for kids to make at an event, & then take home to feed the birds in their outdoor space. Here's how we made them: Bird Feeder Castle
:: Ribbon Wands
Dance, twirl & swirl at your event with these DIY Ribbon Wands. You could even use them to create your own dance for the Coronation! Find how to make theme here: Ribbon Wands.
:: Royal Guard Figures
These Royal Guards make a great decoration for any table top & are perfect for keeping watch over your coronation chicken! Once the celebrations have finished, they can be used as pen pots to guard your stationary. Free printable available here: Royal Guards
:: Plantable Coronation Crown with jewel seeds!
Make a beautiful crown which can be planted for the bees after your event. Find out more here: Plantable Coronation Crown.