When I’ve had a bad day, I like to relax by crafting. This time I’m sharing my Potter-themed crafts and how to make them yourself!
I mean… these Harry Potter characters don’t necessarily deserve to be strangled, but boy do they deserve something!
We’re taking this prompt for a ride! How would you interpret your favorite spell, charm, or, yes, curse, into a fashionable outfit?
When preparing for our family trip to the WWoHP, I had to find my own path as a mom who is just as (or even more) excited than her kid. Here are my tips!
Slytherin is often looked at as being the house of evil wizards, but we’re not ALL about being evil and elitist!
It wouldn’t be a true Potterweek if we didn’t talk about our sortings. Here are three sorting stories from a Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, and a Slytherin! Whos’ who? Read on!!
We’re joined by Steph (Feisty Little Woman/Paper Droids) and Shawna (Hello Quirky) to ponder about what Harry might have learned!
Circle Theory posits that each Harry Potter book from the series has a buddy where similar elements, themes, and possibly plot points appear.
Speculation was the best part of reading Harry Potter while the books were being written. You could still make guesses freely and debate with fellow fans.
Throughout my many re-reads of Harry Potter, I found that Rowling approaches the mental health topic many times throughout the story. Click to find out how!
Snape was not what he seemed, but does that mean he was a hero? Lydia, Margaux, + Hadas try to make sense of the Half-Blood Prince himself.
I’ll admit; I was not a fan of Draco’s in the beginning. Find out why he’s become my favorite character from Harry Potter!
Since Common Room is all about Pop Culture and F3 (food, fitness, and fashion), I decided to make a Hagrid-style Harry Potter Birthday Cake!!
Sure, Dumbledore is very wise, very smart, and observant (which are all traits I respect in people), but that doesn’t mean that he is necessarily good.