This printable Statue of Liberty crown and torch are a great way to celebrate both the Fourth of July and delve into a bit of our American history!
Materials to make a Statue of Liberty crown…
This crown and torch print on standard 8.5 x 11 paper. Because you want the points on the crown and the torch to stand strong and sturdy I highly recommend printing on card stock. It’s slightly heavier than typical copy paper and will help your crown and torch keep their shape! I use card stock as a base for SO many art projects. It’s worth buying a ream and keeping it on hand.
Add color to your printable Statue of Liberty crown and torch…
These pages print in economical black an white. It’s up to your artists to add color in any way they choose. We used washable markers. They’re quick and they’re vibrant and kids love markers! You could also provide crayons, colored pencils, or even watercolor paints! It’s up to you!
Encourage your young artists to color before cutting the shapes out. It can be frustrating for little hands to color off and on a cut edge. Coloring first means they can freely color in and out of the lines and any excess gets cut off. Easy.
Make your crown and torch three dimensional…
The Statue of Liberty torch has tabs on the bottom that curve backwards. Tape them into a ring shape on the back of the torch. It’s perfect for hanging onto.
To make the Statue of Liberty crown into a “crown” shape you’ll need to add an a strip of card stock onto the back that connects both edges. I suggest cutting a one inch strip, attaching it to one side, and then measuring it quickly on the head that will be wearing it before attaching the other side.
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