Magic Wand - Craft for Kids

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By JustMommies staff

To make this easy magic wand you will need:

  • scissors
  • straw
  • ribbon
  • glue
  • glitter
  • cardboard
  • stapler



This is a fun and easy craft for your child to do. It's perfect for a Halloween costume or a fairy princess themed party.

How to make your magic wand

Step 1

Draw a star on a piece of cardboard. Cut out the star or let your child cut out the star with a pair of safety scissors.

Step 2

Have your child use a glue stick to cover the star in glue. Let him sprinkle the star with glitter. Then set aside to dry.

Step 3

Cut the ribbon the same length as the straw.

Step 4

Once the star is dry arrange everything for stapling. Place the ribbon behind the star. Then place the straw behind the ribbon.

Step 5

Staple the star and ribbon to the straw. You now have a Magic Wand. Enjoy!

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