So instead of the cleaning and the sorting and the organizing, I made fairy spying spoon wands.
If you're not familiar with spoon wands, I totally swiped the idea from a child. His mum told me about how he was used a wooden spoon as a wand and I've been making my own ever since.
Kids have the best ideas, and I do believe spoon wands are brilliant. I mean, something to stir and fold and mix and direct? That's exactly what I want a magical tool to do.
Today happens to be one of the very best days of the year to spy faeries, so I made some faerie spying wands... but there are soooo many possibilities here!
Consider the magical properties of the colours you use. Add charms and bits of magic and whimsy. Incorporate knot magic! Embellish with runes and symbols to enhance your magical workings!
Or, you know, just make something cool as heck.
Jump over to my YouTube channel for all my tutorials and walkthroughs.
Oh my. How very perfect. My mother told me that it was a great good fortune to find a rock with a hole in it. If you looked through the hole in the rock it is quite possible that you will see a fairy.ReplyDelete
How creative you are...so blessed...xoReplyDelete
I love them. Wish my brain had the spirit of creativeness that yours does.ReplyDelete
These are beautiful and brilliant! I think I recall seeing something "spoon-y" in Brian and Wendy Froud's "Trolls" book but not nearly THIS cool! We have an abundance of wood spoons around here so. . . .ReplyDelete