Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Hogwarts at my house, a diy experiment.

For those who have been following me descend into Hogwarts madness, here are some picture from my endeavors.

The cauldron of lollipops

The pumpkins
 Owl post
 Goblets of butter beer
 Spells table
 Ministry warning
 Platform 9 3/4
 Dumbledore's podium
 Ron's broom stick
 Floating Candles
Floating Pumpkins
 
 Feast
 Gold plates and goblets.
Looks good enough to eat

 Yummy
 At night



 Harry forgot his glasses

 Owl post
Making the quills

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    1. Thanks, it was long and arduous, but worth it in the end.

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  2. This is incredibly creative, it must have taken lots of work and prep to achieve.

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  3. Whoa. That is amazingly wonderful. How much work there is there! What's your favorite part? I'm kinda loving the Spells table and the owl. Oh wait, the broom, too.

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    1. I have to say my favourite part was the floating pumpkins and candles. Even thought you can't really see it very well on these photos, they really brought out the atmosphere. It was a lot of hard work, but worth it.

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  4. We went to the Harry Potter Studio Tour last year in London and it was insane. We are such huge Harry Potter fans and I loved seeing what you did on this post! So creative and magical!

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  5. WOAH! COOLEST DIY ALERT! I love Harry Potter and always wished Hogwarts was real and I went there, hah. you just made my child hood dreams come true! Great post xx felinebykatsaris.com

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  6. Wow that is so creative! Just enough touches to set the tone without it being "too much."

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  7. You are so much fun! I love all the details that you have put into this! I would want to live here! So creative!

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  8. This is incredible! I especially love the owl and the broom. We just went to Universal to explore the new Harry Potter world and we all loved it even my daughter who is only 4 years old.

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  9. HOLY MOLY. This is a Harry Potter dream come true. So creative and cool! I want this as my 30th bday party please!

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  10. How fun! That's a tremendous amount of work you put in - great details! It really brings such a great story to life.

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  11. I might be the only person on the planet who hasn't read or seen any of the Harry Potter movies. That being said, I love everything about the diy you created. The little touches are perfection. You've really created a Hogwart's escape.

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  12. This is AMAZING! I love Harry Potter, you did such an amazing job with all the little details.

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  13. Very fun! We had a HP party for one of my friends a few months ago and did similar ideas. Although you went all out! Love it. Looks so magical! I'm impressed!

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  14. You did a great job! I love Harry Potter and would very much enjoy all of your effort if you ever need other guests to sit and chat all about Harry! LOVE IT!!

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  15. This is absolutely fantastic. I can't decide what I love more, the owl and broom, the spells table and the 93/4 platform. Great job!

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  16. Any time that there's a feast involved, that only means one thing - FOOD!! :)

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  17. You are so creative. My boys would love this. Maybe I'll replicate the floating candles and broom.

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  18. That is literally one of the best things ever. We do book dinner parties for our kids. Lemony Snicket Series of Unfortunate Events is a popular dinner. Who knew? haha

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  19. Wow! That looks really great and good! My sister will love to see that.

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  20. How awesome and fun loving the details me and my kids would love this ! I will definitely be sharing this.

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  21. I am terrible at crafting and DIY but always appreciate others are great at it. kudos!

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  22. Came out great! I want to do a Hogwarts meal theme for Thanksgiving this year. Seems like alot of work but I think it would be fun, and something a little different.

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