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Making an Egyptian Headdress


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March 12, 2019

Making an Egyptian Headdress - smiling child wearing the headdressA very last minute activity was assigned to me. This was urgent so I had to gather random materials that could be used to make an Egyptian headdress.

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Supplies:

  • black cloth
  • yellow paint/gold paint (spray paint is best)
  • hot glue
  • 2 in of packing tape
  • old newspapers
  • gold glitter
  • scissors
  • cardboard
Making an Egyptian Headdress - supplies
 

Steps:

  1. I am using a pizza cardboard box in this project; cut it in half.
  2. Making an Egyptian Headdress - cut scrap cardboard in half
     
  3. Glue the ends together. Adjust the length based on the size of the user's head.
  4. Making an Egyptian Headdress - glue the ends of the two pieces together
     
  5. Glue the other ends together to form a circle or a crown.
  6. Making an Egyptian Headdress - adjust length for head size and glue ends together
     
  7. Wrap it with black fabric.
  8. Making an Egyptian Headdress - wrap with black fabric
     
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  9. Paint vertical yellow lines to make stripes, sprinkle with golden glitter and set aside to dry.
  10. Making an Egyptian Headdress - paint on yellow or gold vertical lines and sprinkle with glitter, set aside
     
  11. Take 1 1/2 meters of black fabric and stick strips of tape in a horizontal position with 2 inches distance between each.
  12. Making an Egyptian Headdress - stick tape down on black fabric
     
  13. Paint the black lines (in between tapes) with yellow.
  14. Making an Egyptian Headdress - paint the black spaces between the tape yellow
     
  15. Sprinkle with golden glitter. Set aside to dry.
  16. Making an Egyptian Headdress - sprinkle with gold glitter and set aside to dry
     
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  17. When the paint has dried, remove the tape strips and attach the black striped cloth to the crown using hot glue.
  18. Making an Egyptian Headdress - when paint has dried remove tape and attach the cloth to the circle/crown with hot glue
     
  19. Mission accomplished!
  20. Making an Egyptian Headdress - done
     
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