The Princess Worked for Her Crown

The Princess Worked for Her Crown

Little Princess

Our little princess who worked for her crown.

No, I am not talking about those who belong in the royal family who are already born with titles. But I am talking about Dindin who worked hard for the crown she is wearing on her head. πŸ˜€

You see, her Aunt Maricar of ColorKiddos gave this to her. Of course it was a crafts project, but I thought of taking it another level and teaching her a lesson about it–there are things in life that we have to work for.

Butterfly tiara

Butterfly Tiara Sticky Mosaics by The Orb Factory

The package came with a crown that had a number guide on it. It has a legend where you can match the glittery stickers and gems on the crown. It was painstaking because there are 250 pieces that you have to stick on the crown. And for a three-year-old kid, that is quite a lot.

I guided Dindin on how to do it. I gave her a tweezer to use in order for her to easily position the pieces. With the finger on her other hand, she will have to press the stickers so that they will stick. I would help her with a couple of pieces and then she would do it herself. We kept doing it for two mornings and two afternoons. We would put it on the shelf and just come back to work on it again.

Working hard

The princess toiled for two mornings and two afternoons in order to finish her crown.

And finally, we were able to finish it! She was so happy and satisfied with her work! She asked to wear a princess dress but since we don’t have a gown, instead I let her wear a dotted skirt. She also wore her white shoes and she pranced around our room for a long time.

I told her that it feels so good to work for what you have. She may not fully understand that yet, but I know there is already a seed. I think the crown was the perfect project because she like pretending to be a princess so I know that the lesson will stick. The crown is something precious for her. πŸ˜€

I think it is a great thing to teach our kids that they have to work for what they want. It should never be enough that we provide nice things for them because that will be too easy. It is our responsibility to teach them to work and fend for themselves. And I think Dindin appreciated her tiara more because she worked for it. πŸ˜€

And here is an interesting happening. There were extra pieces of glitter stickers and with some board, we made it into a cellphone! Dindin was so happy. It’s a good thing that her only phone pal is her Papa! LOL In this one kit, we made two projects!

glitter phone

The excess stickers were into what Dindin calls a “glitter phone”

11 thoughts on “The Princess Worked for Her Crown

  1. pynky

    so pretty little Princess Dindin…ur crown n glittery celphone looks great on you…nice time to spend on doing some crafts ! artists in the making.. =)

  2. Dhadha

    Wow! Good job, Budindin! Super cute sng gnhimo mo! πŸ™‚

    I will let Kimy do the project man bla. Testingan ko gd kung diin gd sya asta. Mero uno ni nga daan ka wala pasyensya kg tamaran. LOL. πŸ˜€

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      haha te 2 days man bala kay tak-an xa balik naman e hehehe

  3. pepay

    very good dindin! beautiful crown you got there! nice nice gid nang… mas i-value niya na ang crown kay gin pangabudlayan nya gid..hehe

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      yup yup! πŸ˜€ thanks tita princess pepay! πŸ˜€

  4. Maricar

    Ka funny you finished in 2 days, kami ya 1.5 hours straight πŸ™‚ EJ also did his king crown while Mei did hers… I wanted to help but Mei didn’t let me! Si EJ nlng nagpa join sa akun gani, naluoy…
    But the cellphone is brilliant idea! Haha…
    Din, always remember every girl is a Princess…some just wear fancier crowns πŸ˜‰ as what Barbie said πŸ˜‰

    1. Loving Mama Post author

      nag dugang dugay coz we have to adjust each sticker in the tweezer! hehe

  5. streaming servers

    How cute. It is a great thing to teach her how to do it herself and be proud of making it all by herself.

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