The holidays can get hectic so I decided to create a free Christmas Shopping List to help you stay organized! Enjoy and happy shopping!
Who doesn't like freebies? This time of year its all about organizing, and by organizing I mean lists, and lots of lists. If you are like me then you love lists and you make a lot of them... A honeydo list for the hubby, a shopping list, a personal to do list, a work to do list, etc.
That's why I created a Carpe Diem to do list. This is also a inside joke in my family too because it's one of my sayings when I know my boyfriend does not want to do anything. I also became very sick of looking for printable to do lists online, finding the perfect ones and then forgetting where I found it and filed it away.
Therefore, by creating this Carpe Diem To Do List I am also encouraging myself to continue my list making endeavors and I now have a place where I can always go to download them. My family can download them too.
I hope you enjoy my printable and feel free to share! Happy Organizing!
Harry Potter book collection - check
Harry Potter DVD collection - check
Harry Potter costume - check
Harry Potter potions - check
Who doesn't love Harry Potter? I mean seriously!
So, I found these really cool Harry Potter printables and we made our own potions for Halloween. It was super easy and fun! We are now going to make potions as a family every year.
I also had fun pinning a large selection of free printable graphics. Click here to view more freebie graphics.
I went to my local Goodwill Store - shout out to Goodwill in Enfield, CT. I found some great potion bottles. I've also seen great ones at tag sales, consignment shops, and of course craft stores. However, I think the craft stores are overpriced for this project, they also don't have the aged look.
First we made the potions. The Pepperup was my favorite, which was a mixture of prunes and water. We used food coloring for a lot of the potions and pretty random things, like balsamic dressing. My boyfriend Brian tried to make sure the coloring matched the books as much as possible.
We then put the labels on with double sided tape. I think they would of looked better with modge podge, but maybe next year.
So overall the things I needed for this project included:
- Stuff to make the potions, which could be anything really
- Food coloring
- Jars, vases, glass containers for potions- work the best with cork screws or tops
- Double sided tape
- Modge podge (recommended)
Send me your pics! I would love to see how everyone's came out.