HARY POTTER ENGAGEMENT

The Mis-Spelling was caught before the card was given!


I was asked to make an engagement card for some Harry Potter fanatics. Being a Harry Potter fanatic myself, I had a good idea what I wanted to do. Any Harry Potter fan knows (Spoiler Alert) that Harry lives Happily Ever After with Ginny in the end. So it is only fitting to have an engagement card based around this. I used primarily the Everyday Paper Dolls Cartridge. For the Front of the card I used the Snapshot Nature Imagine Pattern Cartridge for the Dark Cloud Backgrounds. For the castle i used the Paper Doll Dress Up and cut it on brick paper from the Snapshot Texture Imagine cartridge. I took the castle and darkened the it using my black ink pad and a sponge blot. The top of the castle i took some black chunky glitter and glued it to each of the peaks. On the cauldron i took some cotton balls and tore them ups and gave the potion a "bubbly" effect. The sentiment was printed on my computer and then i took brown, tan and khaki ink and blotted the edges. I framed them in coordinating paper to make them pop. Both of the Characters were made the same way. I used Everyday Paper Dolls and Paper Doll Dress Up to create them. This card had a lot of work out into it, but the happy couple loved it so much that they made it part of the wedding reception!

Instructions For Harry:

1) Start with the paper doll base.

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 28/keypad button 1

2) Use the Scientist Outfit for Harry's Pants and Jacket:

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 64/keypad button 37

3) The Gown is the Bath Robe. Once printed out you will have to trim it on each side to make Harry's jacket and pants to show through. Make sure you draw the gold "prefect" on their gowns. (You can also use Graduation Gown For longer Gown): 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 39/keypad button 12

4) I used the police man Tie, Dress Shirt and shoes. I printed tie on red paper and painted on yellow stripes: 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 59/keypad button 32

5) Harry's Hair: 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 44/keypad button 17

6) Harry's Glasses: 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 32/keypad button 5

7) On the Front of the card Harry has a wand, spell book and cauldron. I found the spell book and wand ( I cut the star off the wand) on PDDU: 

Cricut Cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up - page 35

The Cauldron also on PDDU: 

Cricut Cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up - page 36


Instructions for Ginny:


1) Start with the paper doll base.

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 28/keypad button 1

2) For ginny's Dress I used the Career Mom: 


Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 67/keypad button 40

3) The Gown is the Bath Robe. Once printed out you will have to trim it on each side to make Harry's jacket and pants to show through. Make sure you draw the gold "prefect" on their gowns. (You can also use Graduation Gown For longer Gown): 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 39/keypad button 12

 4) I used the police man Tie and Dress Shirt. I printed tie on red paper and painted on yellow stripes: 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 59/keypad button 32

6) I used the bride's shoes form PDDU Ginny's Shoes: 

Cricut Cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up - page 12

7) Ginny's Hair was on EDPD: 

Cricut Cartridge Everyday Paper Dolls - page 61/keypad button 34



Castle:

Cricut Cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up - page 33



Paper Used:


Brick Paper: 

Cricut Cartridge Imagine Colors Patterns: Snapshot Nature - page 10

Dark Clouds:

Cricut Cartridge Imagine Colors Patterns: Snapshot Texture - page 4


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