Charming crafts even Muggles can make!
You won't need alchemy or a magic wand to make these magical projects inspired by the world of Harry Potter. With a little Hogwarts creativity and the step-by-step guidance of this spellbinding book, you'll be able to transfigurate simple supplies and things around the house into everything from Remembrall Rings to Butterbeer Lip Balm to Nargles for your front lawn.
You'll be as busy as Mrs. Weasley knitting her Christmas sweaters as you dive into dozens of Potterific projects. Relive the excitement of Harry's adventures with these genius crafts. Drop some homemade Pgymy Puff Bath Fizzies into the tub and pretend you're Moaning Myrtle. Keep memories of the Quidditch pitch close with your very own Golden Snitch Necklace. Or show off the Sorting Hat's selection with a House Colors Tie-Dye Shirt.
Accio, crafting suppliesit's time for some wonderful wizardly fun!
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||10 - 14 Years|
About the Author
Jamie Harrington is the creator of TotallyTheBomb.com, where she blogs about crafts, recipes, and parenting. Her work has been featured by Buzzfeed, the Huffington Post, and all over the blogosphere. Jamie is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and the managing editor of their Kids Activities blog.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have made all the crafts in this book and they are definitley worth the money
No. You could find better Harry Potter craft ideas on Pinterest, which is where I assume 99% of these originated from. I don't know what book the other five-star reviewers were talking about, but it surely wasn't this one, do not waste $10+ on this hodgepodge slapped together book, you will be disappointed. Hot glue aquarium rocks together for a sorcerers stone paper weight or hot glue twine to a twig for a "fabulous" firebolt hair clip. Yes, the big guns were surely pulled out for this piece of work. Thinking you can slap Harry Potter to anything and make a buck is the only reason this would sell, save your money , if you must see all the "crafts" save your money and visit your local library to check it out. Though you probably would have better luck on Pinterest.