Harry Potter Style Wands

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Introduction: Harry Potter Style Wands

About: I love vintage things, but sometimes getting the real deal can be expensive, so Instructables is right here to help me get the same look for cheap. I absolutely love making steampunk creations, and movie pr...

Got the idea from this wonderful little instructable www.instructables.com/id/Make-an-awesome-Harry-Potter-wand-from-a-sheet-of-/ 
So I decided to make some of my own.
They're super easy, and look really great.
I filled mine with flour instead of just hot glue to weigh them though.
*Shivers with fangirlish joy*
I love my pretty pretty wands.

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    They're the perfect size for me.
    I have small hands. :3

    They also look a bit "chunky", but that may be your preference, Rains.

    THE HARRY POTTER WANDS WAS VERY NICE I REALY LOVE IT!!!!!!! I WILL CREATE MY OWN  WAND TOO........

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    I like enthusiasm, but using all caps means you're shouting, and using bold with caps is supershouting, please try to keep the caps and font formatting to a minimum, and only when you really need it.

    Bold means you are making something very clear, and that you want people to notice it.
    Example: "You will never, and I mean never, hurt a girl, because it will eventually kick you in the @$$,

    Italics acts in almost the same way, but is more subtle.
    Example: "When the defendant was cross-examined, he was found to be contradicting himself, so he made up for it by saying he was at the lake before the murder, but eventually he was proven guilty."

    he he he... i can make a bomb out of your wand. **maniacle laugh**!