Your child 3-5 years

We make a fairy wand

We make a fairy wand

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With a magic wand, transform your child into a fairy! Easy to make this accessory with DIY video proposed by Stella, DIY designer and blogger Leelooh Creation.


  • Chopsticks
  • Cardboard drawing paper
  • Star cutter
  • ribbons
  • tulles
  • Glittery paints or glue and glitter
  • String
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Glue gun or strong glue
  • Little book

Production :

  • Wrap the tulle 5 to 10 times around the small book (support) to make a voluminous pompon.
  • Remove the tulle from the little book and using a string tie a knot to hold it all together. Cut the excess of string.
  • Cut out the ends of the tulle: the pompom appears.
  • Fold your cardboard drawing paper in half.
  • Draw a star with a punch.
  • Cut out the star, holding the folded folded paper to get two stars.
  • Arrange a star on each side of the pompon. Spread the tulle so you can staple the stars without damaging the tulle.
  • To unify and give a rounder shape to your pompom, cut out the tulle.
  • Apply a little glue on the end of a Chinese baguette.
  • Paste a ribbon at the end.
  • Apply glue on the tape. Wrap the ribbon over the wand leaving space to apply a ribbon of another color (whirlwind).
  • If the glue sticks out: remove the excess to avoid making waves.
  • Do the same thing with the second color.
  • Place the wand inside the pompom.
  • Decorate your fairy wand to your liking, using glittery paint for example!