Her cape was made out of one cut of felt that I simply cut little slits along the bias to weave ribbon through. I placed the slits down into the fabric more to create a big collar for her majesty. Her scepter was just a foam ball and a dowel from the craft store that I wrapped in different beaded garland that I found in the dollar bins. Then I added some blue ribbon to the ball that also had beads on it.
Then I found these cute little jewels in the jewelry sale bin at Joanne's and thought they would make great little royal brooches.
Her crown is made out of lace that I cut to fit the circumference of her head. I got it to stand up by painting it gold with craft paint then doing two coats of Modge-Podge and adding glitter to it. I simply hot glue gunned the two ends together when the paint dried. I love that the lace has so much detail in it.
I didn't search everywhere, but I was having a hard time finding white child dress shoes this time of year. So I was really happy to stumble upon these cute gold ones. They look super cute for the "queen" and she can wear them after Halloween.
Her trick-or-treat bag was just made out of some leftover white felt I had. I just cut out a large rectangle, sewed up the sides, made some slits, weaved the ribbon through and added some jewels.
I just love how this costume turned out and think she looks so sweet. If I would have put more thought into it sooner I would have had husband and I dress up as her guards to escort her around the neighborhood. This costume would even be cute for a little girls birthday party.