Handmade one-of-a-kind wands

Handmade one-of-a-kind wands


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Have a look around, see what there is to discover. The site may look new, but it still has lots to offer; we’ve been on the web, in one way or another, since 2010. I started making wands in 2009. What inspired all of this was the disappointment me and my friend felt when we opened up a box of product one day.

We were looking forward to the magic wands, and we were let down by the poorly molded one note piece of brown plastic in a blister pack. I lamented I could do better, and Alex said, “Prove it.” I went to work, and we priced my wands at twice the retail of the plastic props, and mine sold more often than those economic ones every time. You get what you pay for.

Each wand I make is let to dry out for a year or more, sized to length, whittled, sanded, treated with coconut oil, cured (a day or two), shellacked, sanded, shellacked again, sanded (sometimes shellacked and sanded a third time), fabric handle sized and glued in place, link inserted, painted/decorated with an air-drying liquid polymer (handle first and then the business end the following day), cured (72 hours this time). The handle fabric I use comes from repurposing interior decorator fabric swatch books. Some wands I make are further decorated with Preciosa crystals.

The wood for the wands is another story unto itself. Where I live we suffer many wind storms and they will take branches off of trees. I would venture out and collect sticks from them. And then my friends learned I made wands, and they’d keep a look out for good finds. Sometimes, I offer my services as a pruner to my neighbors. Suffice to say, I have a large collection of sticks-soon-to-be-wands.

I offer more magical cores than most, a dozen and a half separate creatures and even more variables in what tokens they offer. From Angel Feather to Unicorn Hair, Basilisk Scale to Giant Squid Ink, and Pixie Dust to Sage’s Ear Mushroom; you’re certain to find something unique. The only limit is the imagination, a truly magical ability.

The attention to detail doesn’t stop there. Each wand comes with a stats tag and it will tell you all of the particulars of that wand, including what quality it is looking for in a spell caster. In this way, there is a wand looking for you. If you don’t see it immediately, it might be out in the next wave of wands I make.