. These cards were surely yours, so shuffling them should have no affect at all.
Obviously, the particular layout used, the corresponding positions of each card, and the influences of each card to the other will also factor into your interpretation, but this is how I interpret each of those cards:
Queen of Wands:
She has discovered her integrity through a great period of personal growth. She has broken through her past to discover her inner glory. She is the fulfilled manifestation of personal power, a woman who has embraced her destiny by accepting her past. When reading for women, I frequently call this the "You go, girl!" card. For men, this card, more than the other "female" cards, represents the "anima", the fulfillment and acceptance of the feminine nature and its complimentary power. In all cases, however, this card speaks of a completed growth process that is very much rooted in acceptance of the past.
Prince of Wands:
The airy part of fire. He is actively intellectual, though not active on the physical plane. He seeks knowledge for knowledge's sake - the universe exists to be understood. Though an "idea" man he works behind the scenes. He is of strong convictions but subtle in implementation. Can signify rational debates, mischievous behaviour (though usually light-hearted), manipulation - but usually not for personal gain. Badly influenced can mean random cruelty, nihlism, stalking.
Princess of Wands:
She is being swept up in a wave of her own passion. Usually a woman on a carnal adventure, exploring her sexuality and force of her desires (creativity too). Judgement is out the window and there may be consequences to her impulses, but she needs to follow them so she can learn. There will certainly be some exciting times ahead.
6 of Pentacles (or Disks, in the Thoth deck):
Letting go and finding success within yourself. Give in to the power and forces that rule this world and this life and you will succeed. Worry only strengthens the cycle of negative thinking and will bring nothing positive. Success is only a step away. Focus on the goal, focus hard and let everything else go. Only then will it come to you.
In general, Wands represent the self and the character, the personal and individual identity, as well as independence, energies, physical exploits and power. In the most basic of terms, Wands are a reflection of the conception of oneself - pride, ego and self-confidence.
I hope these are of some use to you, Celtaur. Good luck.