Magic Wand Crafts
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 page about magic wand crafts.
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These are perfect wands to make for a girl's birthday! Or for your child to play with. Your child can play with this wand at home, during dress up, or outdoors. They are very inexpensive to make and are made with items you may already have around your home.
- 15 inch long, 3/8 inch diameter wooden dowel
- silver paint
- 2-3 silver tinsel stems
- 1 package of beads
- glue gun
- Paint dowel silver. Allow to dry thoroughly.
- Glue 1 silver tinsel stem 2 inches from the top.
- Wrap the silver tinsel stem the rest of the way to the top.
- Place 2-3 beads on the silver tinsel stem.
- 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.
- 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.
Need a comfortable Halloween costume for your daughter to wear to school? You can make a soft crown paired with this wand and any dress of your choice for a princess/fairy inspired costume.
How to make a crown: https://www.thriftyfun.com/How-to-Make-A-Pipe-Cleaner-Crown.html
Total Time: 20 minutes
- chopstick or wooden dowel
- hot glue
- assorted plastic gems
- paper pad (cardstock)
- Cut two shapes of your choice (i.e. heart, star)
- Glue the shapes together with your chopstick or wooden dowel in between.
- Go over with scissors to trim any excess paper (if needed.)
- Apply hot glue and ribbon all along chopstick.
- Hot glue some gems onto the heart.
- Finishing touches, tie a bow.
- Pair this wand with a crown and dress and you have yourself an inexpensive yet comfortable halloween outfit for your toddler, or this can be for play pretend!
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!
September 3, 2005
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