First I rounded up some supplies ... I had those cheapy beads lying around, some sequins, fake flowers, ribbon, glitter, and the key ingredient a water tube (the water tubes can be found at florist, they are what goes at the end of roses) The florist down the street gave it to me for free, I went in and just asked her for one and she said take it! Can't beat that!
First things first have your child string beads on the ribbon, I had Lu count 30 beads out and string them. Then you'll want to take the lid off the water tube, there is already a hole in it (that is where the rose is suppose to fit in) take your already beaded ribbon and push it through the hole, then tie in a knot, I put a bead there and then tied for extra security so it would not slip back through the hole, and I also hot glued it in place.
Next fill the tube with glitter ... then place the lid back on the tube, and glue in place, again I used a hot glue gun! Lu then picked out some cute butterfly sequins and I hot glued them to the sides, I also wrote *fairy dust* on a small piece of paper and glued to the tube, here is a close up picture! Isn't it adorable?? It was virtually free too .. I had EVERYTHING on hand except the water tube but the florist gave it to me, so we paid nothing for this project. It turned out real cute and Lu wants to wear it everyday to school she said! Hope you all enjoy making this for your little princesses too!!!