Hello my lovelies,
Since we are not into going trick of treating since Missy was diagnosed dairy, soya and apple free we have chosen to celebrate at home this year.
I have been collecting Harry Potter its and pieces since the beginning of the year for our Harry Potter Christmas and lots of it is coming in handy for our movie night.
The Gryffindor and Hufflepuff blankets, and themed cushions were all bought at Primark.
The cauldron is an actual pot that you cook on the fire with. It’s called a Potjie pot in South Africa and I’ve served sweet and salty popcorn in it. Being dairy free means Missy can’t have caramel popcorn but it’s good that she doesn’t really like it anyway.
I made the chocolate frogs using a mould I bought on Amazon and the ginger cats were from the Co-op.
The sherbert lemons can be found from morrisons and the time turner and Gryffindor scarf were from ebay.
I love this Polyjuice mason jar mug from Primark and drink my wine out of it! I made the potion bottle lights using some led lights, potion labels from etsy and mini potion bottles from the Works.
The pumpkin drinking glasses are from Primark and were only £2.50 each. Bargain! The owls were from the Range and the potion bottles were from Poundland.
Flossy the Pygmy Puff was a gift from a craft swap and is Missy’s beloved pet.
As you can see below we are having Bertie Botts every flavour beans, chocolate frogs, cat shaped cookies, liquorice wands, UFO’s of Flying Whizzbeez, lemon sherberts and sweet and salty popcorn.
Of course, we are having dinner before we tuck into all of these sweeties!