Ribbon wands are a great hit for any occasion like birthdays, weddings, dance programs, or even for a gymnastic show. They also attract kids at an instant who would love flaunting them to glory while twirling them in different directions. Making them at home is indeed a cakewalk as all you need is a popsicle stick, craft stick or lollipop stick for the wand, that needs to be wrapped with a showy ribbon. You could stitch the ribbon or even attach a no-sew one by merely gluing it.
Painting a part of the dowel in the color of the ribbon it would hold indeed seems a unique idea.
The addition of bells makes this colorful ribbon wand appear all the more gorgeous. This would indeed be a perfect send-off idea for your wedding, particularly if you detest adding glitters or confetti that would require a lot of cleanups afterward.
Following the cue in the tutorial above, you could make pretty ribbon wands like ones in the picture below and decorate them with bells as well as bows.
The bigger the ribbon, the easier it will be to sway it rhythmically during a dance performance.
To make them wavy go for longer ribbon wands. These adorable rainbow wands are perfect to give to flower girls.
The colorful ribbon gives the wand a gorgeous look.
You could go for stylish knots while fixing the ribbons to the dowel. For further decoration, wrap washi tape around the dowel or even decorate it with hearts, butterflies or stars.
A short stick attached to a long ribbon would help in attaining a twirly effect.
Roll the ribbon round the wands and place them in a bowl or mason jar for guests to take as the bride and the groom depart.
You could write a special message on the cloud design attached to the ribbons.
You could attach two or three ribbons to the wand for a splendid appeal.
These lettered ribbons attached to the bells intensify their beauty to the fullest.
The four-colored ribbons attached to an embroidered floss makes it apt for a flower girls’ ribbon wand.
You could make these lovely gold ribbon wands when organizing a childhood cancer awareness program.
For a princess-themed party, this lavender ribbon wand would be perfect. A combination of bright and dark ribbons would help make a beautiful one, as shown in the image below.
To make the nursery rhyme session more interesting, make lovely ribbon wands with craft sticks.
These blue wands would be ideal for a frozen-themed party. The snowflakes attached to the wands make it all the more unique.
Attaching lovely ribbons to a stick makes for a fabulous twirling ribbon that kids would have a whale of a time swinging around.
If making the wand for younger children, ensure to keep it short to avoid choking hazards.
Attach lollipop sticks to red ribbons or paper strips as shown here for a marvelous looking red ribbon.
While on a camping spree, you could make this ribbon streamer with twigs or sticks that you may find around as well as pretty ribbons.
You could make a blue wand for your champ and a pink one for your princess.
This coral dancing ribbon, as shown in the given image, is quite self-explanatory. Attach a ribbon of this color to a lollipop stick, and you would have a beautiful wand at hand.
These amazing DIYs would undoubtedly assist you in making ribbon or streamer wands for any occasion. If you plan to do something like this for Halloween, then go for a Harry Potter wand.
Published on July 2nd 2020 by Miranda Gibbs