DIY Harry Potter Monopoly Game from Design in Technology here. For how to make the board, cards, etc… go here. For the printable files (board, spells, potions, properties etc…) go here. *Read the comments on each post for additional tips and tricks for making this game. This must have truly been a labor of love and is so well done. This is obviously not for commercial use so please don’t sell it. First seen at Geek crafts here.
For lots more Harry Potter themed DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/harry-potter
rainbowsandunicornscrafts: seriously amazing and professionally done.
Julia, you need to make this!
DIY Harry Potter Quiet Book from juliebell on Etsy. The pattern for the 11 page book is $10. For lots more photos go here. Included in the pattern are:
- Opening Harry’s letter
- Unzipping the castle doors
- Practicing magic with Ron
- Driving Harry and Ron to school
- Tying Harry’s scarf
- Catching the Snitch
- Navigating the Hedge Maze
- Destroying scary spiders
- Velcroing clothes on Hermione
I need this!
Here’s 6 day old Wallace and I! He was born March 11th, 12 days past his due date (typical for my family), and is perfectly healthy. He attracts a lot of attention, which makes me have to explain our family a lot. Thanks for all the love on our pregnancy photo, it made my day! - Jenn/Momma
Photo by C. Crawford
All the likes and reblogs make me feel special!
Please reblog guys.
Reblogging because I remember thirteen years ago seeing my oldest brother and his gf crying because they couldn’t afford diapers for their first child.
Oh they do accept cloth diaper donations! Yay!
I’d feel better about it if they showed some brown babies, or diapers drying in urban settings. Ever tried washing cloth diapers at a laundromat? When I was living in the city, you could have given me all the cloth diapers you wanted but I wouldn’t be able to use them more than once.
It’s a nice idea, but…
Washing dipes in an urban setting is totally possible if you don’t mind hand washing. We hand wash and dry on a folding drying rack in front of a fan or on our teeny porch :)
I live in the city. I bought a portable, apartment sized washing machine for $200. I line dry my diapers.