I have been a fan of Harry Potter since I first read the books when I was twelve years old.
This Harry Potter robes DIY is here to make your like easier after being on a search of dressing my little ones as the characters and making the dream a reality! We have Jackson dressing up as Harry, Jayne as Hermione, and Jett as Ron. I mean, come on, Jayne makes the perfect little Hermione! Because there are so many pieces to the Harry Potter costume I wanted it to look authentic but also not break the bank. Harry Potter IPhone Case.
I was wandering the world of Pintrest and I stumbled across this cute iPhone case. I knew I could easily make one too and pass it along to all of you. You will need: Different color felt I used cream, crimson, gold, black and red for the back. Now that Harry Potter fever is upon us once more, I thought you would like to have a go at making some really nice Harry Potter Wands.
This is such a simple but effective instructable. With a sheet of paper, some glue and a bit of paint, and about 40 minutes to spare this instructable will show you how you can make a Harry Potter type wand that would not look out of place in the film itself. I have just over a week until Oldest's Harry Potter party.
Yikes! I am slowly plugging along with some small projects for the Wizarding fest we will be having. SLOWLY. Like S-L-O-W-L-Y. This weeks agenda had the gathering of supplies, the final lists, the making of robes (which have turned out more like vests...I will show you later and explain), and the making of these patches for the front of the robe/vest...aka robest or vestobe is you prefer. This is a WAY simplified version of the actual patch that was on the robes, but let's face it these were WAY easier to make and cheaper than ordering patches. Now all I have to do is finish the rest of the robes (I only have 3 completely done...there might be a few more) and attach the Gryffindor patches. Did I say that was all I had to do? Continue the Harry Potter mania by heading over to Blue Cricket Design.
See ya tomorrow everyone for another Pinteresting Saturday! Snuggly Lion Halloween Costume - Halloween Costume Ideas. This furry lion costume feels soft and snuggly because it uses a thin, lightweight type of fleece available at most fabric stores.
Most adult and older kids' costumes have intricate details and accessories that make them unique, but toddler costumes need to be simpler. Using a sleeper as the base and adding soft fleece not only makes this costume cute and comfortable, it keeps the baby warm and cozy, too. Materials Needed: 1⁄2 yard (18 x 60 inches) lightweight brown-and-tan-patterned fleece1 yellow sleeper1 yellow baby cap with ties1 square (12 inches) brown felt1 square (12 inches) tan felt1 square (12 inches) yellow felt Step 1 To make the lion's mane, cut the fleece into three pieces, each 6 x 60 inches. Step 2 Cut two outer ear pieces from the brown felt and two inner ear pieces from the tan felt, using the photo at right as a guide. Step 3 Make the tail by cutting a 2- x 12-inch strip of yellow felt. More Homemade Halloween Costumes» Download your free games. Click on a game below to find out more and to download your free copy (I'm sorry none are suitable for children) (for 11 guests) If these murder mysteries are not for you (or you've played them all) and you like the boxes that are sold in the shop.
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Six months later, he was dead - leaving his widow, Elizabeth, to tend to their fledgling winery and vineyard on the outskirts of California's wine country. With mounting debts and no clue as to how to run a business, Elizabeth is desperate to sell the farm and recoup her losses. The fierce drought and shaky economy, however, have left the Killingsworth Farm on the market for far too long. One early autumn day, six people passed through the gates of Killingsworth Farm to see Elizabeth - one of them, a cold-blooded Killer... Those Present at Killingsworth Farm: Michael Nightshade: This real estate developer from New York arrived unannounced with plans to buy Killingsworth Farm and develop it into a low-cost housing community.
Dr. Vicki D'Adly: Elizabeth's estranged sister from New Jersey, she and her husband were traveling on vacation when Vicki decided to drop by Killingsworth Farm for a visit… a surprise visit.