How to Make a Magic Wand

How to Make a Magic Wand

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How to make a magic wand from a few simple materials?  Learn how to make a magic wand with these easy instructions. Your fairy princess will love this magic wand for her playtime activities.

Magic Wand Materials:

Foam Star, Dowel, gold ribbon, glitter, glue, peel-and-stick rhinestones or jewels

Directions For Making A Magic Wand:

Use a pencil to poke a hole in the bottom of a six-inch plastic foam star. Insert a generous amount of glue into the hole and then insert a wood dowel. Cover the star with a generous amount of crafts glue and help your child sprinkle glitter onto the front and back of the star. Place the wand in a heavy glass jar to let the top dry.
Decorate by using peel-and-stick sparkly rhinestones and pretty jewels to stick on the star. To finish, cut gold ribbon into three 1-yard pieces, tying the pieces together with a knot at the center. Glue the knot to the bottom of the star and trim the ribbons to different lengths. Add peel-and-stick jewels to the ends of the ribbons, and you’ve just made a beautiful magic wand!

Visit www.treasureboxkids.com for children’s clothing and birthday and special occasion dresses. Be sure to look through our archived blog posts for more activities, crafts, tips and birthday party ideas.

Have fun making this magic wand for your fairy princess.  Have you and your child ever made wizard wands in the past? How did our magic wand instructions compare to the ones you worked with before?

How to Make a Magic Wand

Kids Craft: Homemade Cards

A fun kids craft is to make homemade cards for a special occasion. Cards can say so much and free cards that you design yourself are sometimes the best. Kids craft projects are a wonderful way for your child to expressive his or her creative side.

Homemade Cards

Homemade Cards

To begin this wonderful kids craft, trace your child�s hand on some construction paper. Cut it out and fold it between the middle and ring finger. This is also sign language for I love you! This will easily fit in most envelopes that you can purchase. Most discount and dollar stores have a variety of envelopes in many colors and textures. You can coordinate the colors with the construction paper to make it very appealing.

Write out the greeting inside the palm of the hand card and be sure to date it. This will make a lasting memory.

A variation of the homemade card is to find a favorite poem. Print it out on your computer using whatever creative paper you might have or can purchase. Trace your child�s hand on the paper and date it. You can also use ink or paint for the impression of the hand.

Frame this wonderful treasure and wrap it for mother�s day, Christmas, or any other holiday or occasion. For more treasures that you can have for that special occasion please visit us at www.treasureboxkids.com for all your child�s clothing needs.

How to Make a Magic Wand

Kids Party Invitations: A Golden Idea

Kids Crafts�

Kids Party Invitations: A Golden Idea

Buying many kids party invitations can be quite costly and can be so much more fun to create with your child�s help. Treasure Box Kids blog will give you great ideas on kids crafts as well as kids parties. Today we will show you how to create beautiful kids party invitations that can be used for any kids parties.

Kids Party Invitations

Kids Party Invitations

Why not use materials from around the house? There are some supplies that you may need to purchase but here is a kids craft idea that will be creative and fun for you and your child. Visit www.treasureboxkids.com to find beautiful girl�s birthday dresses as well as children�s clothing that would be great for birthday gifts.

Take index cards and lay them on a flat protected surface. Spray paint them with gold spray paint. When they have dried, you can use the lined side for all the party information. You can decorate the kids party invitations using stickers or puffy paint, the possibilities are endless. The size is still perfect for envelopes that you can purchase at any discount store. You have saved so much that you can splurge a little on envelopes or spray paint them as well!

How to Make a Magic Wand

Crafts for Kids

Kids Crafts

Crafts for Kids

For rainy day crafts for kids, or for a unique kids gift idea; make this fun paperweight craft. This craft for kids will also teach your child the outcome of mixing certain liquids together and about chemical reactions. Visit Treasure Box Kids where you will find adorable girl�s and boy�s outfits for any occasion.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea

Below are the items that you will need to create this fun craft idea.

1. baby food jar or another small jar with a lid
2. a decorative eraser or other small decorative object that can be glued to the bottom of the jar that will remain secure.
3. sequence, glitter or both
4. fabric to cover the lid of the finished paperweight
5. corn syrup
6. food coloring
7. measuring cup
8. hot glue gun (for adult use only)

To begin the kids craft, glue the eraser or small object to the bottom of the jar using a hot glue gun. A hot glue gun is the only way to be sure that the item will stay glued.
Then help your child measure out � cup of corn syrup and pour it into the jar. Fill the jar with water. Add food coloring to the mixture until your child has the desired color.
You can then add the glitter and sequence. Be careful and remind your child to not touch their face while using the glitter.

When you have added all the inside items, hot glue the lid to the jar. Then, you can take the fabric that is cut in a circle and cover the lid. Attach the fabric by tying a ribbon or yarn around the lip of the jar.

Have your child shake the jar and watch with delight the way the items inside seem to move in slow motion. They will learn that the corn syrup mixed with the water is the result of the optical illusion. Visit Treasure Box Kids blog archives to find more clever ideas on crafts for kids.

How to Make a Magic Wand

Kids Craft Projects

Kids Craft Projects…

Kids Craft: Quick and Easy Bath Salts

A great kids craft that is quick and easy and can be done at home is making bath salts. Here is another of our home made kids gift ideas that will be quite impressive. It will teach a science lesson to your child as well being fun to create. Treasure Box Kids comes up with new ideas on kids craft projects as well as kids gift ideas every week so make sure you visit our blog often.

Kids Craft Projects

Kids Craft Projects

To start the kids project, take small baby foods jar and fill it with Epson salt. Then, take food coloring and experiment with it to get the desired color. Add that to the jar with Epson salt.

Now, take those sample size perfumes that you can get from any department store or use one that has been mailed to you. Add the perfume sample to the jar. Cover the jar with the lid and cut out fabric to make a pretty cover for the lid. Secure the cover to the jar using ribbon or yarn.

Make a second one to keep at home. Your child will learn about what happens with this solid and how it will become liquid when dissolved with warm water. After you are all finished, run a bath and enjoy the aroma.

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