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How to Make A Valentine Fairy Wand

Do you have a special little girl in your life? I bet she would love this Valentine Fairy Wand. Even better yet, take some time and sit down and craft one with her. How about inviting a few of her friends over to dress up, enjoy a snack, and create their own Valentine Fairy Wands? You need very few materials and it is really easy to put together. I imagine even the youngest little princesses could make one. 

Here is what you’ll need:

  • 2 large hearts from craft foam
  • 1 small craft foam heart
  • 1 heart gem
  • 1 paper straw
  • 2 ribbons
  • adhesive


Making this project even easier, my craft foam came with adhesive backs so no additional glue was needed. If yours doesn’t have a sticky back, apply double-stick tape beforehand making the craft easier for the little girls. 

Choose your focal heart, mine is the glittered heart, and glue the smallest heart to the front in the center.

Then glue the gem to the center of the small heart.
Use the second large heart and glue it to the straw as shown above.

Place the glittered heart (or focal/fancy heart) on top of the other large heart.
This will sandwich the straw between the two large hearts.
I chose two ribbons (pink and grey) and tied a bow around the straw.
This step is optional and little fingers will probably need help with this step.

It’s the first link party of the New Year for Creatively Crafty Craft Bloggers. Our theme this month is Valentine’s Day in preparation for February crafting. Take a look at the creations from our group and then from Jan 17 – 22 you can add your own Valentine crafts to the round-up. 

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