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Harry Potter Card!


Hi crafty friends! Jenn here with a card inspired by my kids! They are really into Harry Potter right now so I thought a Harry Potter card would be the perfect way to end my Halloween cards for October. A few weeks ago, my daughter created this Harry Potter card (please click this link)... she grabbed a bunch of craft supplies and disappeared into her room, and when she emerged, she had created this amazing card. I was totally inspired by her creativity and how she altered the stamps! So she really was the one who inspired today's card 😊 

Remember my bear scene changing card where mama bear is reading books to her baby bear? This card is the sequel! Baby bear has been reading Harry Potter and fell asleep while reading... and now he is having Harry Potter dreams! 


I used a lot of Lawn Fawn and Mama Elephant stamps for this card so I will list each element and the stamp set it's from down below.  So to create this card, I stamped out my images and for the images that needed some alterations, I masked off portions I didn't want (like the flap on Harry's rear end, buckle on the hat, Christmas tree on the rug). I also added the lightning scar on his forehead with a pen and used a bubble stamp to create his glasses because I cannot draw nice circles if my life depended on it. I colored the images with Copic markers (listed below) and cut out the images. I created the Mirror of Erised using Lawn Fawn's Mini Picture Frames and gold and silver foil cardstock. For the patronus, I stamped the image with Lawn Fawn Mermaid ink to get that patronus glow.


To create the background, I used patterned paper for the wallpaper and floor and Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Frames for the baseboard. The clouds were cut out from Lawn Fawn's Puffy Cloud Borders and inked up with Distress Oxides (weathered wood, tumbled glass). 

I hope you enjoyed this card! And don't forget, you still have time to join in on the BRI Mood Board Color Challenge for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the BRI shop! Have a wonderful day and happy crafting! 💖Jenn

Stamp sets used:

Harry Potter: Lawn Fawn Joy to All

Harry's glasses: Lawn Fawn You Are Sublime

Sorcerer's stone: Lawn Fawn Purrfectly Wicked 

Cauldron: Lawn Fawn Purrfectly Wicked

Sorting Hat: Lawn Fawn Purrfectly Wicked

Stool: Lawn Fawn Purrfectly Wicked

Hedwig: Lawn Fawn S'more the Merrier

Envelope: Mama Elephant Page Huggers

Hogwarts Castle: Mama Elephant Unicorns and Rainbows

Norbert the Dragon: Lawn Fawn Critters from the Past and Mama Elephant Me and My Dragon

Broomstick: Lawn Fawn Booyah

Snake: Mama Elephant Lunar Animals

Patronus: Lawn Fawn Toboggan Together

Spiders: Lawn Fawn Booyah

Books: Lawn Fawn Purrfectly Wicked and Lawn Fawn Den Sweet Den

Bear: Lawn Fawn Den Sweet Den

Rug: Lawn Fawn Joy to All

*Yes, 8 different Lawn Fawn sets and 4 different Mama Elephant sets!


Copic markers used:

Harry Potter: N4, N6, N8, R59, R29, R27, E50, E51, E53, E01

Cauldron: N2, N4, N6, N8, V01, V04, V06, V09, V17

Hedwig + envelope: C1, C2, C3, E74; N0, N2, R27, R29, R59

Castle: N2, N4, E51, E53, E74, E77, BG10

Sorting hat: E53, E55, E57

Stool: E71, E74, E77

Norbert the dragon: YG63, YG67, G99, E57; fire- R29, R59, YR16, Y15, Y17; egg- V01, V04, V06, V09, N2, N4

Broomstick: E53, E55, E57

Snake: YG63, YG67, G99, YG03, YG11, R22

Patronus: BG0000, BG10, BG11

Books: W1, W2, E55, E57, R27; V15, Y17, B45, RV32, RV34

Bear: E31, E34, E35, E37

Rug: B41, B45


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