Harry Potter Birthday Invitations
There are lots of fun ways to create your own invitations to chip for a part of HarryPotter. Pick up a bit of parchment paper, available at your local to give your invitationsa grocery store real Hogwarts are. For the wording of the invitation, turn to the firstbook of Harry Potter (Harry Potter and the sorcerer s stone aka Harry Potter and thesorcerer’s stone) to see the first letter of Harry at Hogwarts. It was written in green inkwith a wax seal purple on the outside. An invitation from the sample based on thisletter opposite.
I am so excited for the April issue of Parenting magazine! It was an honor to carve outa theme evening of anniversary for Harry Potter questions both the previous year and the year of April! To be part of the Advisory Editorial Board of Foster was fabulous! When SabrinaJames (style and fashion Director) asked me if I would like to work in another funproject for them could not simply cannot resist! I admit, when she asked me to bepart Harry Potter my first thoughts are not all warm and fuzzy. It was a theme of thefeast of my comfort zone, and a theme that has never been done. But now, it is one ofmy favorite places to this day! The first thing that I was facing was the invitation and it was an easy task. Every childwho loves the dreams of Harry Potter to get a letter of acceptance to Hogwarts!
There were some amazing online, but I knew I could do simple and that the childrenwould be so impressed. Fortunately Sean on seanlockephotography.com had alreadycreated a very good model of the letter of acceptance from Harry Potter, so it wasable to adjust a little. I also printed a ticket for the Hogwarts Express. Both were easyto print from my desktop printer. I used a more pleasant to make them look more likeparchment beige.
I really wanted to use a wax seal, but I didn’t want to invest in the purchase of a stampand wax. So I find a picture of Hogwarts stamp online, printed and pasted on the envelope! At this age, children don’t care and it was much easier! Then I addressed envelopes according to the place where the rooms were children, forexample, “The room at the end of the corridor.” Everything that I had completelyforgotten to do so before I print them was to use green ink! Well…