Finally, Christmas is in the air! Sit back , relax and enjoy these DIY, food and harry Potter inspired deco!
1.Harry Potter Christmas tree
The famous Christmas tradition is of course a Christmas tree. To customize your christmas tree, don’t forget to replace Santa hat by the sorting hat and simply add some Harry Potter decorations like stags, badges, letters..
2. Harry Potter stockings
Those stockings are adorable!
3. Harry Potter christmas ornaments
To make The Golden Snitch ornament,
First, draw an actual size sketch of how you want your snitch wings to look on a scrap piece of paper. Use this as a guide to shape thin craft wire into your wing shape.
Close the shape by twisting the wire around the other one 3 or 4 times to make a tight coil.Coat wires with glue and lay a sheet of tissue paper over top of wires. Use a clean dry brush to push down on the paper, sticking it down to the wires all around each wing. Let dry, then cut out, leaving a few millimeters of paper as a border. Apply glue to border and roll over edges of wire all around the wing. Coat wings on each side with white glue and apply light gold glitter. Let dry
Full tutorial here
To make the HARRY POTTER BAUBLES
To make letter ornaments :
4. Harry Potter Jumpers
So Christmas is the time of the year where we like to wear pyjamas and jumpers to keep us warm.
This time, try those Harry Potter jumpers
5. Butter beer
We all like hot cocoa during Christmas right? But why not try this homemade Butter beer.
Click here for recipe
Butter Beer ice cream floats with caramel and coconut here
Butterbeer hot chocolate here
Classic butter beer [without beer ] directions here
I wonder how Christmas is like in Hogwarts. I wish that I get my hogwarts letter this christmas 😛
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