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Making a Magical Fairy Wand

with Gwen Studios

fairy wand

This fairy wand was so fun to make, I love the color combination. I’ve never curled this kind of ribbon and it was fun watching it go from straight to curly after heating. I am sure your little girls would love to have one to play with.

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Solid and Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon Pack, 24 Bright Colors, 3/8″ x 48 Yards by Gwen Studios are available at Walmart. [ribbons]


Many of the items I used to make the fairy wand can be found at Walmart.


  • Gwen Studios ribbon
  • 1/4″ dowel rods
  • fray check
  • scissors
  • binder clips
  • adhesive
  • Fabri-tac
  • Gwen Studio star patches
  • oven

The ribbons in the photo above are wrapped around 1/4″ dowel rods. The bottom one is glued in place while the others were placed in the oven at 250 degrees for 20 minutes to curl them.

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The wand is finished and so fun to play with and so pretty to look at. Who would you make a fairy wand for?

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6 thoughts on “Making a Magical Fairy Wand”

  1. I did not know you could curl ribbon in the oven!!! Wonderful idea that is easy. Great use of your ribbon scraps for hair bow streamers or gift packages!
    Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas

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