Do you really have nothing to do these days or are trying to keep kids busy. Here are some tips for royal crafts for young and old. If you create anything, I’d love to see the results. For the ones in Dutch or German: simply use Google Translate.
- Colour, create and decorate
- Colouring in activity sheets: Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II
- Colouring pages by Palace Het Loo
- Create your own crown or tiara
- Decorate a room in the Palace
- Design a carriage
- Design a coat of arms
- Design a crown
- Design a cypher
- Design an Investiture Medal
- Design an invitation
- 15 DIY Tiaras and Crowns for Little Princes and Princesses
- How to make a tiara
- King’s Day crafts
- Make a miniature
- Royal colouring page (King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima)
- Royales Spiel zum Download
- Royal family knitting patterns
If you’re handy with hairstyles, here are some royal examples to try out.
- How to create the Máxima chignon
- How to repeat Princess Eugenie hairstyle for Royal Wedding
- Kate Middleton updo
- Master Kate Middleton’s Timeless Half-Up Hairstyle
- Meghan Markle’s messy bun look
- Meghan’s bridal updo
Make an animal mask with Queen Margrethe, unfortunately the video is a bit too short, but you get an idea how to do it. On the internet there are lots of examples how you could make one. Probably not as good as these, but it is still fun to do.
Stayed home with a cough for three weeks, and finally this week could buy myself an HDMI-cable, so I now can connect laptop and TV to have a somewhat bigger screen to play dance, fitness, zumba, yoga, etc. videos on, while exercising in the living room. I don’t have much space but it just is enough.