How do you make a paper crown?

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To make a paper crown you will need scissors, construction paper and tape. The first thing you will do is through half of the paper cut a zig-zag line to form the tips of the crown. Once you have cut the crown, fit it around your head. Cut off any extra material. Tape the crown joining the two edges so it sits on top of your head.
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