This is a joint giveaway between Living Peacefully with Children and Novel Obsession. You may enter from one site. My family, like so many other families, has been entranced by the Harry Potter series. From magic wands to golden snitches, our home is filled with the magical wonder of Harry Potter and imagination. To share... Continue Reading →
A great addition to any Harry Potter fan's dress up trunk is an invisibility cloak. One of the deathly hallows, the invisibility cloak, by definition, renders the wearer invisible - a handy thing to have when battling evil forces, sneaking around Hogwarts, or playing make believe. Traditionally, my children have grabbed whatever was handy to use... Continue Reading →
When my older son saw the stick horse and stick unicorn I made for his brother and sister, he felt like he wanted one to. However, he has never really been into horses and as he was nearing eight at the time, I knew he would really prefer a different birthday gift and that his... Continue Reading →
The Harry Potter set of I spy items was actually my first set to make out of clay. The actual items varied a bit from my original list, which was altared as my family stood around, calling out items they wanted to see. This set includes: cauldron with oozing an oozing green potion magic wand snitch... Continue Reading →
A set of Harry Potter ornaments would not be complete without a broom. They play a paramount role throughout the books, beginning with the time Harry receives his first Nimbus 2000. I frequently have little people playing quidditch or traveling by broom in my home.
This month we are reading and watching Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets for the Harry potter book and movie challenges. I decided to make Dobby's sock as this month's Harry Potter ornament. It's often been said that you can tell a lot about a person, not by how they treat those society deems... Continue Reading →
Every year we buy special ornaments for our Yule tree - one for us and one for each of our children. The intent is that when the kids are grown, they will have some holiday decorations to take with them. A few years ago, I realized that in a short span of time some years... Continue Reading →