Hello once again!
If you've been keeping up with the craftin', we're on part 4 of my DIY Harry Potter Ornament series! See parts 1, 2, and 3 here!
These five ornaments took me around an hour or so to make. It was very enjoyable too because they involve painting, which is always my favorite way to transform a piece into something more recognizable. Now, onto the fun stuff!
First, The Winged Silver Key from HP&SS that Harry had to catch to advance in capturing the Sorcerer's Stone.
Next, a Quill used by Hogwarts students.
As you can see, this one is hardly a craft as it's mostly done for you. But quick and easy is always a plus in my book!
The Sorting Hat we all know and love!
1. Gather a black witches hat (this felt one was $1 in the doll section at JoAnne's) and brown paints.
2. Cut a wavy, worn edge onto the brim.
3. Glue over the tip of the hat to make it worn and floppy.
4. Using hot glue, "draw" on your highlight lines where the eyes, mouth, and creases would be.
5. Paint entire hat dark brown.
6. Paint in shadows with black paint and highlights with light brown.
7. Attach hook and hang!
Nagini, Voldemort's beloved horcrux.
Again, very simple. Just painting her black designs on.
Scabbers, the untrustworthy fat rat secretkeeper.
Much like Nagini, just paint with as much detail as you like!
And finally, Sir Cadogan in one of his paintings!
Five more ornaments down, still like thirty to go and only 38 days till Christmas! Keep an eye out for more DIY ornaments coming soon!