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Make Your Own Wand DIY

Make Your Own Wand DIY
Make Your Own Wand DIY
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If you're on the hunt for DIY wand ideas, this tutorial is a beautiful and easy option! Make your own wand DIY with this simple, feather-filled craft. With the help of some decorative ribbons and feather boas in your favorite colors, you can create a Halloween costume accessory that any little girl will love! If your daughter and her friends are coordinating fairy costumes this year, help them out with adorable magic wands in a variety of colors and styles. The more feathery and shiny, the better! This is an easy project to customize and will add that perfect final touch to this year's celebration.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Cardboard
  • Dowel Rod
  • Hot Gun & Glue
  • Marabou Boas - each wand uses approximately  24 inches (Feather Place H18)
  • Chandelle Boas - each wand uses approximately 24 inches (Feather Place SF40)
  • Ribbon
  • Gems, Glitter or other Embellishments


  1. Trace a circle onto a piece of cardboard, then another one around it about one inch outside of it.  This one is about 4 inches in diameter. Cut the circle out.

  2. Glue the cut out circle onto a wooden dowel. You can decorate the dowel rod anyway you’d like, paint it, glitter it, or wrap it in pretty ribbon.

  3. Glue the feather boa onto the cardboard ring using plenty of hot glue. Flip the wand over and glue more boa to the back of the circle.

  4. Tie on some matching ribbons to the base of the circle.

  5. Time to embellish! Add gems, pearls, glitter! Make your fairy wand sparkle and shine!

  6. Make a wand in every color. Experiment with the shape of the feathered top, a sphere of feathers or a star shape could be magical as well.

Make Your Own Wand DIY
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