Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts!
Harry Potter has always been one of my favorite book series. I read some of the books as a young teen, but most as a young adult before I had kids. The stories were filled with adventure and humor, and are definitely on my top list of recommended books.
Harry Potter craft ideas are a fun way to bring the love of Harry Potter home. With Fantastic Beasts coming out so soon, it is high time for more DIY Harry Potter crafts in my life! Now that my daughter is also reading the series, she’s started to make a few crafts with me as well.
14 Harry Potter Crafts Anyone Can Make
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Harry Potter craft projects. In fact, many of these craft ideas are definitely geared more toward a teen/adult age group. Harry Potter crafts for adults definitely exist, and I’ve found the cutest to share with you today.
- Harry Potter Scarf
- Tabletop Quidditch Game
- Hermione Tote Bag
- Harry Potter Clothespins
- Harry Potter Inspired Wand Craft
- How to Make Chocolate Frogs
- Hogwarts House Bookmarks
- DIY Monster Book of Monsters
- DIY Golden Snitch Necklace
- Harry Potter Inspired Spellbook
- DIY Harry Potter Wands
- Harry Potter Snitch Cakepops
What are your favorite Harry Potter DIY crafts? Have you ever made any Harry Potter crafts? Share your creations in the comments!
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