Catching spider webs!

Put real spiderwebs on paper. preserve a spiderweb on paper to explore/look at. or put the black paper behind it so it can be seen in detail and then take a picture so you don't have to destroy the spider's web.

"Wizard's Workshop": -- A sheet of original potion bottle labels for you to attach to your own bottles and jars - A sheet of Magic Spellbook labels for you to attach to kid's "spellbooks" - A sheet of wax seal images, with alphabet and symbol seals in a variety of colors - Instructions and 6 different color templates to create your own rolled paper magic wands

"Wizard's Workshop": -- A sheet of original potion bottle labels for you to attach to your own bottles and jars - Instructions and 6 different color templates to create your own rolled paper magic wands

Great way to start an activity in case anyone doesn't want to hunt for sticks.

Do your children believe in fairies? Here's a beautiful {and simple} way to make a magic fairy wand and edible wands.

Pencil Brooms It turned out that one strand of raffia cut into 4-inch pieces and 12 inches of star garland were just about right for each pencil. I was concerned the double-sided tape wouldn’t be strong enough to do the trick, but 3M came through!

Pencil Brooms It turned out that one strand of raffia cut into pieces and 12 inches of star garland were just about right for each pencil. I was concerned the double-sided tape wouldn’t be strong enough to do the trick, but came through!


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