If there is one thing every princess needs – certainly more than a prince – it is a stunning crown to show off her status! Keen to draw your very own? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a small oval shape in the center of your page, close to the bottom.
Now, add a small crescent moon shape in the top of the oval shape.
Draw two smaller circles, one on the top and bottom of the oval.
Now, fill in the space between the top and bottom circles with smaller circles, all across the left.
Continue the smaller circles all around the right, so that the initial oval is totally enclosed in the ring of smaller circles.
Now, bring out two lines on the top and bottom of each side…
And connect them at the sides with curved vertical lines.
Now, add a series of small lines across the width of the side sections.
Bring a long, thin shape across the top…
And then connect the bottoms to the center with a curved horizontal line.
Bring out two more long, thin shapes across the bottom…
And connect the top and bottom sections with two curved horizontal lines.
Now, add a small circle to the top of the page.
Next, add a series of circles descending from this top one, gradually increasing in size as you head down the page.
Below the bottom circle, add another, slightly smaller circle, and then place a “horseshoe” shape below this.
Return to the top of the ring you drew earlier, and add an upside-down “teardrop” shape to the top.
Add another ring inside this first one to create a tall horseshoe shape.
Now, add a series of other horseshoe shapes emerging from the right of this, fanning out and growing smaller as you reach the right.
Now, repeat this pattern on the left.
Add a smaller loop inside each of these larger ones.
Bring two curved lines down on either side of the central “beads”…
And then add another line to each of these, creating a frame.
Add two more curved sections, one on either side of this…
And then “frame” these in the same way.
Next, add two small “almond” shapes to the top of these sections.
As before, create a “chain” curving across on either side, with the links growing in size as you reach the bottom.
Continue each chain down to meet the top thin section, with the links growing smaller as you approach the bottom.
Add two curved lines to the top, and bring them round in a loop…
And then add two large “teardrops” to the inside of these.
Add another large “loop” in the center…
And then add another line inside this.
Next, add a third line inside the central loop…
And then add two more sets of curved lines to the outside of the crown.
Add another line inside these for the ridges of the crown…
And then add two short, diagonal lines, one on either side, pointing to the top corners of the page. Add a small circle to the top of each line.
From these circles, bring another “chain” across to the left and right, respectively, increasing the size of the “links” as you go.
Then, bring the “chain” back in to the bottom, decreasing the size of each link.
Add two more circles to the bottom of the crown.
Add curved, horizontal lines in between each section of the crown, joining the sets of curved lines.
Now for some color! Grab a yellow pen, and fill in the main bottom section, the spaces between the chains, and the top section – leave the central shape white here.
Now, grab a pink pen and add color to the bow at the bottom of the crown, and the bottom sections above.
Use a blue pen to add color to the framework, the bottom decoration, and the jewel in the center, as well as the top decoration.
And just like that, you have created your own crown fit for a queen – now you just need a suitable candidate to wear it!