How to make a magic Wand easily? Make paper wand for fairies. You will need 2 A4 paper. You can choose any color. Useful adhesive to secure the ends. One sheet we curl - get the stick. The second sheet add up - it's on the tip of the wand. Origami is very easy - for beginners. When do crafts, start the desires. This is a real magic wand. The secret: the magic wand will be only for the good wishes. This little magician waving his magic wand is not just shake the surrounding air.
This paper will help to decorate a magic wand masquerade child costume fairies.
Application of crafts:
- Play with the fairy;
- A collection of origami.
Instructions for the production of a magic wand:
1. Vozmmite sheet of paper and twist the tube.
2. The edges of the sticks glued.
3. Take a piece of paper and fold in half 3 times.
5. Fold the side of the center line.
6. Fold in half.
7. Make the rest of the paper folds, as shown in the video.
8. Insert the tip of a tube. Magic Wand is ready.
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The Bay Area Muslim community is very diverse in terms of race and ethnicity:
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