Harry Potter Broom Pencils

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Harry Potter Broom Pencils

Harry Potter Broom Pencils

Let’s Make Harry Potter Broom Pencils

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Directions to make Harry Potter Broom Pencils

Start by cutting a piece of the deli paper 12 inches by 3 inches in size.  Deli paper works best because it has a coating that will help make the paper roll easier and the broom top last longer without ripping.

Put a line of Therm-O-Web Easy Tear Tape along the entire length of your cut paper.

Cut fringe the entire length the paper up to about 1/4 inch from the tape line.

Peel the backing off of the tape.

Roll the paper on to the pencil, leaving a bit of room so when the fringe is pushed back, the eraser can still be used.  

The tape is PERFECT for this.  It is flexible while being super strong.

Once wrapped, add some wrapped twine to finish it up.

My Co-host, Meg (Makeable Crafts) is sharing this today on her blog for the second day of Creative Crafts Harry Potter Edition.

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Our guest host Lindsay (Artsy Fartsy Mama) has another awesome project today too!  She shared this super cute tutorial to make a pygmy puff.  I LOVE it.  I have a different version here on the blog if you like to make pom-poms!  Check it out here.

MORE Harry Potter Craft Ideas

Rory has taken over the bed and breakfast at the Quartermain House.  Debra is sharing this adorable decor made with felt.

Harry Potter Felt Crafts

LOOK at this awesome planter Candice made from She’s Crafty.  I cannot love it enough.  It is made from a recycled bowl and so so classy!  Get the deets on her blog.

Harry Potter Planter

Are you ready to make a wand AND a cape?  Hop over to Jenny’s Crayon Collection for this crazy easy tutorial!

Beth is back today from Creatively Beth with another fabulous Harry Potter DIY.  She truly amazes me with her never ending creativity and execution on fabulous crafty ideas.  Go check out her printable collections and get ready to use your best coloring tools!


Amy Latta is a Harry Potter fan and friend.  Over on Amy Latta Creations, she is sharing this cut file you can use to make all kinds of fun gifts and party favors.

Until Tomorrow,





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