Hi there! It’s Judy here from Created Just 4 U with a centerpiece project created with card stocks from CutCardStock.

If you know a little girl that would like a fairy themed birthday party this project would be perfect for a centerpiece. I created 5 wands and arranged in the container. The wands could even be given as party favors!


I die cut 4 fairies, 4 scalloped circles and 5 regular circles and punched 10 1 inch circles using the metallic card stocks.

I picked out 2 printed papers from my stash that coordinated with the metallic card stocks. From the printed papers I cut 10 strips 12 x 1 5/8 inches. These strips were scored along the 12 inch edge every 1/2 inch and accordion folded.

I created rosettes with the scored strips by attaching 2 strips into a circle and adhering to the punched circles.

I attached the rosettes to the scalloped die cut circles and I adhered the regular die cut circles to the top of the rosettes. These layered pieces were then attached to a small wood dowel, which painted silver.

I added the fairy die cuts next with foam squares.

Now I need a container to hold the wands so I chose a popcorn jar and decided I would cover it with 2 pieces of silver tissue paper.

I placed the jar in the center of the 2 pieces of tissue paper and brought the ends up to the mouth of the jar and tied with a piece of tulle. I added 3 pieces of floral foam to the inside of the jar to hold the wands.

I put together a 5th wand with a “Happy Birthday” die cut. I used some BASIS BLACK 80LB CARDSTOCK with the metallic card stock and one of the printed papers. I arranged the wands in the container and decided to add ribbon and tulle to the tallest wand. I also added some tulle over the opening of the container to mask the floral foam and my centerpiece is complete.

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Written by

Judy VanZandt

I am a married mother of 2 adult children and avid crafter. I've indulged in many different types of crafts, but paper crafting is really my passion and has been for more than 20 or so years. I love making cards, scrapbooking, altering frames, bottles, notebooks and just about anything else you can put paper to.