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Magic Wand Crafts

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What child or may even an adult wouldn't want a magic wand to complete a costume or just for everyday magic. This is a guide about magic wand crafts.
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By 1 found this helpful
August 30, 2005

Supplies:

  • 15 inch long, 3/8 inch diameter wooden dowel
  • silver paint
  • 2-3 silver tinsel stems
  • 1 package of beads
  • glue gun
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Directions:

  1. Paint dowel silver. Allow to dry thoroughly.
  2. Glue 1 silver tinsel stem 2 inches from the top.
  3. Wrap the silver tinsel stem the rest of the way to the top.
  4. Place 2-3 beads on the silver tinsel stem.
  5. Shape the tinsel stem into a star with 1 1/2 inches per side, arranging the beads in a pleasing pattern. Leave 1 inch for finishing.
  6. Wrap the remaining 1 inch on the dowel and glue the end to secure.

Voila! A Magic Wand to charm the heart of any princess.

Also see the Beaded Terrific Tiara.

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By 0 found this helpful
November 1, 2008

I made matching wands for the daughter's dance class. Their costumes were bright green with boas. I took the cardboard portion of a wire hanger and hot glued a little fur to the top. They loved it!

By Wendy S from Coopersburg, PA

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Craftbits0 found this helpful
September 3, 2005

Here is an easy wand to make for a Halloween costume.

Fairy Wand

Materials:

Instructions:

Take your cardboard and cut out 2 identical star shapes for your wand. Take your piece of dowel and using a strong wood or craft glue, adhere your two star shapes together and place your piece of dowel in-between the two shapes. Now, paint your wand and wand handle using a spray or acrylic paint. Gold looks great and pink is very pretty.

Once dry, coat your stars using craft glue or wood glue, then sprinkle glitter onto the glue and shake off any excess.

Allow it to dry, then give it an optional coat of spray varnish to help adhere the glitter.

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By 0 found this helpful
May 2, 2012

My niece (8 years old) wanted a magic wand after watching some Harry Potter movies. I found an old drum stick at a yard sale and painted it in colors that she likes and added glitter. She really likes it.

By Nightsong from Hay Capital of the World

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