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How to to make princess tiara punch jewel game

To Make Princess Tiara Punch Jewel Game

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Pencil in desired picture to be used as game.

Pencil in desired picture to be used as game.

I used solo cup to gauge the size of the tiara tiers.

I used solo cup to gauge the size of the tiara tiers.

I used a grayish/ silver color to give a jewel look.

I used a grayish/ silver color to give a jewel look.

Princess purple was used as the background, and add  dimension to the picture.

Princess purple was used as the background, and add dimension to the picture.

I used a silver paint pen to draw in the circles a hair smaller then the opening of a solo cup. Using a utility knife the circles were cut out.

I used a silver paint pen to draw in the circles a hair smaller then the opening of a solo cup. Using a utility knife the circles were cut out.

Using white school glue tissue paper was glued to the back of the hole openings.the tissue is thin and sticks really good and tight to the cardboard.

Using white school glue tissue paper was glued to the back of the hole openings.the tissue is thin and sticks really good and tight to the cardboard.

Cardboard faced down small trinkets and candy was placed on the tissue circles and cups were glued to the back holding the small prizes in place. Small circles and teardrops were added for decoration.

Cardboard faced down small trinkets and candy was placed on the tissue circles and cups were glued to the back holding the small prizes in place. Small circles and teardrops were added for decoration.

Here is the finished product. I had a niece personalize it for me. Princess Allie said it was the best fun at her Birthday Party. This project did not cost me anything.

  • Piece of cardboard desired size
  • Pencil
  • Yard stick/Measuring tape
  • Paint
  • Utility Knife
  • Solo cup
  • Tissie paper
  • School glue
  • Hot glue and gun
  • Small trinkets/ candy
  • Optional: decorative paper/foam jewels