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21  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / I Love Harry Potter - OTHPT/OAHPT/Winter or Valentines Swap? on: December 30, 2014 11:40:11 AM

There has been some interest expressed in a Winter or Valentine's Harry Potter Swap.  Possibly a round of One Tiny Harry Potter Thing, or One Awesome Harry Potter Thing, (either of which could include a Valentine) OR, there is also the idea of an "I Love HP", which could be for 1 Small crafted item and 1 card, with the option of multiple partners.  Since there has been interest expressed in a variety of ideas, I thought I'd clarify them, and let folks vote on which idea they'd be interested in the most.

Swap Options

#1.A - One Tiny Harry Potter Thing
Requirements: 1 crafted item, that must measure 4" x 4" x 4" or smaller. (Galleries for OTHPT, OTHPT2, OTHPT3)

#1.B - One Tiny Harry Potter Thing + Valentine Card & treat
Requirements: 1 crafted item, that must measure 4" x 4" x 4" or smaller, 1 Valentines Card (handmade or bought, no judgements!) & treat for your partner.

#2.A - One Awesome Harry Potter Thing
Requirements: 1 Large or Extra Large crafted item (in terms of time).  Item may be any physical size, but must constitute at least 3+ hours of crafting.  The keyword here is AWESOME.  Your single crafted item should be fantastic. (Gallery from OAHPT)

#2.B - One Awesome Harry Potter Thing + Valentine Card & treat)
Requirements: 1 Large or Extra Large crafted item (in terms of time), 1 Valentines Card (handmade or bought, no judgements!) & treat for your partner.

#3. I Love HP
Requirements: 1 Valentine Card , 1 small Valentine's treat, and 1 Small HP-themed crafted item based on your partner's interests.
BONUS: Participants could choose to have 1-3 partners for this round.  (First time swappers would be limited to 1 partner.)

Here's what I am thinking of for dates...

Signups: January 7th - 17th, 2015
Send Outs: February 7th, 2015  (That's 3 weeks of crafting.)

What do you folks think?  Please respond with your favorite option, even if you would participate in any of them.  Smiley  Also be sure to respond with "Option 1.A", "Option 1.B", "Option 2.A", etc. etc. Feel free to include other questions, comments, or concerns.  I just want to be able to clearly tally the votes, so be sure to include the option for me!  Cheesy
22  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Sachet Swap? on: December 27, 2014 06:47:58 PM
Sachet Swap?

Sachets created by ArcadianDriftwood

Hello friends!  After seeing the beautiful sachets created by AcadianDriftwood earlier today, I wanted to create some myself.  Then I thought, "I wonder if other Craftsters out there would like to make some too?"  So here I am to ask if there is any interest in a Sachet Swap. 

Currently I'm thinking of Signups January 2nd - 16th.  Sendouts January 31st.

The requirements would be just 1 sachet, created with your partners likes & preferences in mind.  I was also considering the option of allowing participants to have 1 - 3 partners, (1 partner only for first time swappers). 

Questions?  Ideas?  Thoughts?  I'm completely open to alternate requirements or dates, if there is interest in other parameters.

23  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Easy Zip Pouch for Earbuds on: December 26, 2014 12:51:57 PM
While I was making my new Strawberry Wallet yesterday, I also took a few minutes to whip up a small zippered pouch for my earbuds.  I followed the Easy Zippy Pouches Tutorial from Dog Under My Desk.

Again, I recommend her patterns and tutorials.  She does an excellent job with clear photographs and clear directions.  The fabric is some scraps from the Flora & Fauna collection.  It's hard to see, since none of them made it onto the front, but it features lime green bees on a black and charcoal background.

The pouch measures 2 3/8" tall and 3 1/2" wide.  Here's a shot with earbuds and change for scale.  I love the addition of the D-ring or split ring and clip, so I can clip it to my keys, or inside my bag on trips to the gym, and other adventures.
24  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / "Get Carded" Strawberry Wallet on: December 26, 2014 12:46:24 PM
My husband and & were going to spend Christmas with his family in Illinois this year.  Sadly on Monday night I got sick, and by the time I was better on Wednesday night, it was too late to go, just to turn around and come right back.  So we stayed at home and had a quiet Christmas together.  A little too quiet actually!  I got bored yesterday afternoon and so I decided to make a Christmas gift for myself.  A new wallet!  I was annoyed with my old wallet, which is too thick and clunky.  I usually carry a small purse, but sometimes if I'm just running a quick errand, I just want to tuck my wallet into my pocket.

The pattern is the Get Carded Wallet from Dog Under My Desk.  The pattern is very well written, and it includes pictures and instructions for 4 variations of the same wallet, which can be made with just 2 fat quarters.  I highly recommend it.  Cheesy  I grew up loving Strawberry Shortcake, and I still have a soft spot for strawberry things.  I'm not sure which line this fabric came from, but I've been hoarding it in my stash, waiting for the perfect project to use it on.

I opted for the plain zippered pocket because I had less than a fat quarter, but the pattern contains a ruffled and a pleated version.  And whenever possible, use a fun contrasting zipper.  Wink

The inside has 4 card pockets, and 1 pocket for folded cash.

The back features a clear pocket to keep your ID in.  I am thinking this will come in handy because I seem to get carded a lot more in TN then I did in the last 6 years living in KY.

And finally, here it is in comparison to my old wallet.  While the length and width are similar, the thickness is less than half of what it was!  The whole thing tucks easily into the pocket of my jeans.

25  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Grey & Plum Button Wreath - with tutorial on: December 21, 2014 10:14:42 AM
Lately I've been working non-stop crafting for my job, and I finally decided that I deserved to take a day to craft for myself.  And what I really wanted to craft was a wreath for our front door this year.  I combed the internet looking for ideas, and found three beautiful inspiration pieces: Button Wreaths by BeaG on Craftster, this Flat Button Art Wreath by Galloping Pony Studio, and this listing by VictorianPetals on Etsy. Smiley  And while I was gathering supplies, I thought I might try to put together a tutorial for anyone else who would like to make one.

Here's my finished wreath on our door last night!

Here's a (admittedly rough) tutorial on how to create your own Button Wreath!

16" flat-sided styrofoam wreath base
1 yard of cotton fabric
Lots of buttons! (I used 2 packs each of Blumenthal Buttons in Pretty Plum & Stormy)
2 yards of satin ribbon in matching color (I used 1.5" wide in Graphite)
Pins with heads
Hot glue gun & sticks

Note: My original plan had been to wrap the wreath base in ribbon, then glue the buttons onto it.  However, I discovered that the 4 spools of wide grey ribbon that I thought were in my stash, had actually been stolen/borrowed/given to the Western Kentucky University theatre department last semester.  Since I was home without a car, and I didn't really want to spend any extra money anyways, I decided to cover the wreath in fabric instead.  If time is a factor for you, please feel free to wrap with ribbon instead!

Step 1 - Cutting the Back
Begin by laying out your wreath form on your fabric, and trace around it, making sure to leave at least 1" of fabric all the way around the edges.  (Please be aware, this will only work as described if you are using a wreath with flat-sides, like I am.  Rounded forms won't work quite the same.)

Step 2 - Cutting the Back
Next, add your seam allowance.  I did a generous 1/2" all the way around the middle & outside edges.  (It probably measured more like 5/8"-3/4" when cut.)  Note from an experienced theatrical costumer, seamstress & quiltere: this is especially easy to do with a 1"x6" see-thru ruler.  Simply place the half inch line on the line you've already traced, then mark along the ruler's edge, giving you a 1/2" seam allowance.  See-thru rulers are your best friend in crafting anything with cloth, and everyone should have one!

Cut out along your seam allowance lines.  Mark with a B, so you know your back from your front.

Step 3 - Cutting the Front
(Please forgive me, this picture seems to have been lost to the demons of cyber-space.)
Again, lay your wreath out on your cloth, making sure to leave at least 3 inches of fabric, all the way around.  Trace around the inner and outer edges.  Now you're going to add space for the sides of your wreath.  Mark a line 2" outside your outer edge, all the way around.  Again, this is easier with a 2"x18" wide see-thru ruler.  This 2" of fabric will cover the outer side of your wreath.  Now we will need another generous 1/2" of seam allowance outside of that new outer line, and outside the middle of the wreath.  Mark this piece with an F for front, and cut out on seam allowance lines.

Step 4 - Cutting the Inner Band
(Please forgive me, this picture seems to have been lost to the demons of cyber-space.)
Measure the inside edge of your wreath.  (If you're using the same one I did, linked above, it should be about 33".)  Cut a piece of your cloth, on the grain, 3" wide, and about 2" longer than your measurement.

Step 5 - Pinning the Cloth
Lay the Front piece of cloth on the table, and place your wreath form on top.  As you wrap from the front, up the sides, you will need to make small tucks in the fabric, along the edge, in order to use up the excess fabric.  I do this by staring with the 4 cardinal directions, making a small tuck at each, and securing them to the wreath with pins.  Then I go back and do the points between the first 4, and so on, until I have the whole wreath pinned.  (Please ignore the excess fabric in the center of the ring.  I lost my head for a moment and cut way too much seam allowance.)

Step 6 - Slip Stitching the Outer Back Edge
Take your Back piece and either iron along the outside edge seam allowance, all the way around.  Lay the piece on top of the foam form, and pin on top of the pinned-down tucks.  (I simply pull out one pin, lay the back down, and put the pin right back in place to hold the tuck.)  Slip stitch or whip stitch the two edges together all the way around.

Step 7 - Slip Stitching the Inner Back Edge
Make small cuts in the seam allowance of your Back piece, every 1/2", along the inner edge, cutting almost, but not quite to the line.  Fold the seam allowance down along the inner sides of your wreath, and use your pins to secure it to the form.  Now, take the long band of fabric that you cut, and fold down 1/2" along one of the long edges.  Pin the band along the inside edge.  (Again, I do this by taking out one of the pins holding the Back seam allowance in place, placing the band fabric over it, and then replacing the pin. 

When you get back to where you started, trim the excess band fabric, leaving 1/2" to turn under.  Slip stitch of whip stitch these edges together.

Step 8 - Slip Stitching the Front Inner Edge
You're almost done stitching!  Clip along the inner seam allowance of your Front, cutting every 1/2", almost-but-not-quite to the line.  Pin the seam allowance down with your pins.  Now fold the edge of the inner band, so that it meets the same edge.  Pin the band over the Front seam allowance, just like you did before, and slip stitch or whip stitch all the way around the edge.  You've now got a fabric covered wreath!

Step 9 - Gluing Lots of Buttons!
Start by sorting out the buttons you want to use from those you don't.  I bought 2 color mixes of buttons, "Pretty Plums" which contained burgundy, plum & pink buttons and "Stormy" which contained black and grey.  I used just burgundy, plum and grey buttons on my wreath.  Sort out the buttons you won't be using.  (Note: I don't recommend using buttons with a shank, since there would be so little contact between the wreath form and glue, so I sorted all of them out too.)  Lay out your buttons roughly over the surface, trying to mix colors and sizes relatively uniformly.  Start gluing your buttons on with your hot glue gun, avoiding dipping your fingers in the hot glue that will rush up between the holes in your buttons.

Step 10 - Add a Bow
Tie a bow with your ribbon, and secure it with another dab of hot glue.  I will not bother explaining  how to do this, because if you can't tie a bow, then you probably shouldn't be using hot glue, and I can't help you.  Wink

Step 11 - Hang Your Wreath
Use a wreath hanger to suspend your wreath over your front door.  Then go pour a glass of wine, and congratulate yourself on how cunningly crafty you are.  Wink
26  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Harry Potter 'Silver Doe' Shrine Ornaments on: December 12, 2014 07:24:59 AM
I created three of these ornaments for my partners in the HP Holiday Swap.  I wanted to create something iconic from the Harry Potter books, but also keep it simple and understated.  Something subtly geeky, that could be just a beautiful ornament on the tree, but extra fun for those of us who recognize the scene.

For those of you who don't know the books, the scene comes from a moment in the 7th novel, where Harry is feeling sad and abandoned by his mentor; truly alone in the world.  At that moment a Silver Doe appears to him, walking among the trees outside his tent.  Despite the fact that he is on the run, pursued by evil wizards, he knows that the Silver Doe means him no harm, and is there to help him.  He follows it, and is led to the Sword of Gryffindor, which he needs in his quest to take down Voldemorte.

I really should have thought to take process pictures, so that I could create a tutorial, but I worked on them while listening to audio books on my phone/camera, so it slipped my mind!  But I'll relate as much as I can remember. 

It all started when I saw some adorable resin deer charms on Alpha Stamps website.  As soon as I saw them I knew I wanted to create an ornament based on the Silver Doe. 

Next I needed a base to build on.  I tried peanut butter jar lids, but they weren't quite deep enough to create the underwater area for the Sword.  I looked for a small wood or paper-mch form to use at Joann Fabrics, but nothing was the right size, shape or depth in that department. My husband eventually found gift card tins in the Christmas aisle.  Perfect size & depth!

Since I couldn't find any light colored ones, I spray painted the backs and sides silver.  (I also spray painted the Does at the same time, because they were turquoise rather than silver.) After the paint was dry it was time to make the backs and sides snowy!  I mixed a few drops of white paint into some glossy mod podge, then poured in a TON of white/translucent glitter, until I had a gloopy paste.  The outside of the tin got 2 layers of this treatment with a purple-ish white glitter, then the final outer coat was done with a slightly more yellow-pink white glitter, so there is more depth to the snow, with the brightest layer on top, but the under layers peeking through.

Next I cut a piece of deep blue cardstock for the back of each, and did a layer of silver mineral powder mixed with mod podge coming down from the top, fading out, and over that a layer of black glitter mixed into mod podge to add some depth and darkness to the sky.  The stars are tiny self-sticking jewels from the scrapbooking section.  I painted the inner sides of the tin with black enamel craft paint, then fitted the blue background papers into place. 

The big problem was how to create an area that was "underwater", for the Sword to be resting in.  I ended up cutting some floral foam to be the land area on the sides and painted it black.  Then I glued some small pebbles onto the bottom, and part way up the back.  (These were also from the floral section at Joann's.)  The swords are charms from my stash, and I glued a tiny Swarovski crystal to the top of each, since the Sword of Gryffindor is set with rubies.  Next I dug through the recycling and found some plastic packaging that was the right size & shape.  I basically wanted an "L" shape of plastic, so the Doe could stand on the top of the pool, and the underwater area would be covered as well.  I cut the plastic wider than I needed, hit the edges with some E-6000, and then stuck it into the floral foam.

Now that the underwater scene was set, I glued the Does in place, and added a layer of spanish moss to each of the banks, covering the edges of the plastic.  After that was in place I walked around the grounds of our apartment complex until I found shrubs with branches the right size to be tiny trees.  Each of the trees and the spanish moss got a light sprinkling of the mod podge-glitter snow.  Finally I popped 2 holes in the top with jewelry hole punching pliers, and threaded through some iridescent olive green ribbon to tie in with the moss. 

I have to admit that I lost heart in the middle of the project, worried that they were just NOT going to turn out as they existed in my imagination.  But by the end I was thrilled with them, and sad to see them go.  I wish I had thought to make 4 at the same time, to keep one for myself.  I do have one of the Does left, so perhaps I will pick up another tin and do one for me.  If I do, I'll be sure to take process pics and update this thread into a tutorial.
27  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / A Nurse's Heart Charm Bracelet on: December 11, 2014 07:36:59 AM
Sometimes I wonder if I'm going to run out of ideas for new charm bracelets, but then I talk to an old friend, or see a post on Facebook of something someone in my family is doing, and am suddenly inspired with a new theme or idea.  This bracelet was by my amazing friend Carol, who works as a nurse.  And by the millions of nurses like her who work tirelessly everyday to care for total strangers.

The charms include:
Hope, prescription bottle, computer, ambulance, nurse, stethoscope, caduceus, hearts, hospital, bandage, microscope, R.N. caduceus, nurse's cap, hypodermic needle, nurse's bag.  The beads are a mix of glass and Czech glass in clear, matte/frosted, and red.

28  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Percy Jackson Inspired Charm Bracelet on: November 30, 2014 05:50:19 AM
New charm bracelet to share!  This was a special request for a young lady who is very into the Percy Jackson books.  I admit that I only got through the first two of them, while working on her bracelet, but her mom and & I put our heads together to come up with suitable charms for her.  The charms include: camp sign (for Camp Half-Blood), caduceus for Ares cabin, backpack, lightning bolt (stolen from Zeus), bow & arrow, book, Empire State Building (home of current Mount Olympus), baseball cap for Annabeth, strawberry (grown at Camp Half-Blood), Percy's sword, Pegasus, sneaker, and a shell.   

The beads are Czech glass, in shades of blue and orange for Camp Half-Blood, green for the fields surrounding the camp, and yellow for the sunshine they always enjoy.

29  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / CLOSED! HP Craftalong ~Winter Semester 2014/2015~ on: November 26, 2014 09:12:06 AM

~Harry Potter Craftalong ~Winter Semester 2014~

~*Begins December 1, 2014*~
~*Ends February 28, 2015*~

Welcome to Hogwarts!
The Harry Potter Craftalong (HPC) is not your typical craftalong; we are gathered here to celebrate our love of crafting and the Wonderful World of Harry Potter.  In the HPC you will be completing classes and challenges with your skills in crafty magic.  These classes and challenges all have HP centered themes, but your crafts do not have to be Harry Potter."  Your mission, as a student at Hogwarts, is to complete at least one class or challenge during this semester.  You may join any time during the semester.  I hope you join us; the HPC is a great way to stretch your crafty muscles, meet HP crafters, and have fun!

---The HPC is here to help us each finish projects and to explore new challenges as we better our crafting skills.  Prompts and guidelines are there to help stimulate creativity and growth; the size and complexity of the project submitted should reflect a level of personal growth and challenge over the time you spend in the HPC.
---Projects for the HPC should represent your best crafty skills.  Take pride in your work.  Classes and challenges should take a minimum of 30 minutes to make.  
---A project can only be submitted for one class/challenge (the same project cannot be entered in multiple categories) unless noted in prompt (it will be CLEARLY noted if allowed).
---Projects must be turned in within the timeframe designated by the type of assignment or challenge.
---For a project to be counted, it must have a picture or picture link included.  If your item is a private piece, you may submit a picture link to one of the headmistresses.
---For any cooking/food project, in addition to a photo, you must post a complete recipe, or link to the complete recipe you used.  No recipe = no points.  [EDIT due to questions: *For our purposes, a "complete recipe" means it includes a full set of ingredients, and step-by-step instructions that another HPC member could replicate themselves at home.
---There is SO MUCH to do in the HPC.  Do not feel like you have to craft everything.  Think of the HPC as a "Choose Your Own Adventure".  Craft what inspires you, but don't try to do everything and get burned out.  Keep in mind these wise words , "It does not do to dwell on lists and forget to craft."  

For each assignment/challenge, use this header:
Class/Challenge/House Pride:
SPEW: (If your item is for charity, enter that here; if not leave blank or add n/a.)
Project Name:
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:
Feel free to also include your house and any storycrafting you've created for your project.
---You can add more than one project to your post, but a header must be used for each project.

~*HPC FAQs*~
---How long is a semester?  Semesters are as follows: WINTER- December, January, February; SPRING-March, April, May; SUMMER-June, July, August; FALL-September, October, November.
---When can I join?  You can join anytime in the semester.
---Do I have to sign-up to join this craftalong? No, all you have to do is post in the thread a hi or completed project post.
---How do I complete a semester/earn my year? To complete a semester/year, you only have to complete one class or challenge during the semester.
---What timezone do we use?  We use Headmistress pinkleo's Central Timezone (Texas time).
---Do you sort me?  NO, you will decide which house you belong to, but you can only choose one.
---I have a problem or question; who can I ask?  You can send a Personal Message (PM) to Headmistress Mistress Jennie.  You can also ask specific questions to HPC staff.  And you can post your question in the thread; our students are very helpful!
---Can I turn in something I did earlier? With a very few exceptions the answer is NO!  You must complete your project during the current semester. Exceptions are Detention and OWLs; look for details about these projects in their information posts.
---Are we swapping? No, this is not an organized swap.  We are just encouraging crafting with a HP twist.  But if you enjoy swapping, keep an eye out for HP themed swap info in our thread.
---Do I have to craft all the classes and challenges? NO, you pick what you inspires you.  There is tons to choose from so choose your own HP Craft Adventure through the castle.
---What kind of projects are allowed for classes/challenges? If Craftster has a category for it, then it is a viable HPC project.  And since Craftster has a board for almost everything, your choices are vast.
---Does my craft project have to be Harry Potter themed? NO, if your item fulfills the class/challenge prompt, then it can be posted in the HPC.  Above all, we are here to encourage crafting.

~*House Points*~
~*Your triumphs will earn you points*~
Points System
15 points for a Class Assignment & Challenge*
100 points for OWLs
150 points for NEWTs
10 points extra for SPEW aka Charity Items

House Points Guidelines
--- *You cannot double dip for Class & Challenge points.  For example, if you turn-in a project for Herbology & Geminio, then you would get 2 badges but only 15 points for the project.
---You cannot get credit for a class or challenge twice.  For example, if you turn in 2 Alchemy projects, then you will only get points for the first one.
--- SPEW points are extra credit.  You can earn SPEW points for each project you turn in if it goes to charity.  You do not have to give the charity's name, just that you are donating to a certain cause.  (I happen to know that some Battered Women's Shelters don't like their names/locations posted.) SPEW projects must be clearly marked with SPEW to earn extra points.  I suggest adding it to your header.  Also, SPEW project can be turned in as stand-alone projects; they will earn 10 points.  Unlike most projects, you can turn in more than one SPEW project for points.
---HPC Challenge Points do not include House Challenges.  For Example, a Gryffindor Lion-along project would not count for points unless it also fulfills a HPC Class or HPC Challenge.
--- To determine House Cup Winner, an average from the points accumulated per house and the number of members per house.  If there is a tie, then more than one house will win the cup.  Note, a House Member is someone who has turned in at least 1 project.
--- Don't stress over House Points, but do craft your personal best. (This varies from person to person.  And I'm not really worried about "crafting your best" bit because HPCers are amazing crafters!)

~*HPC Portkeys*~
Headmistress Tower & Badge Station
Diagon Alley
Magician of the Month (Replaces Witch of the Week)
Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Bean Grab Bag
Wizard & Witch Career Placement Agency
Pinterest Pixie's Projects Page - Coming Soon!
Hogwarts Kitchens
HPC Facebook Group

House Keys
7th Floor Gryffindor
Hufflepuff PARTY Common Room
Ravenclaw Tower
Slytherin Dungeon

Professors' Classrooms
Detention in the Dungeons
Care of Magical Creatures
Defense Against the Dark Arts
History of Magic
Muggle Studies
Potions Dungeon
Study of Ancient Runes
Classroom 1B: Transfiguration
Ordinary Wizarding Levels
Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests

~*The Great Hall OT Chat*~

Craftster craftalongs are for crafting and crafting encouragement.  If you would like to talk off-topic, such as in-depth Harry Potter discussions, then please visit The Great Hall.  Thank you for keeping the HPC within Craftster guidelines.

~*HPC on Facebook*~
The HPC is now on Facebook!  This is a way to share links, photos, or videos with your friends here in the HPC, that you cannot post on Craftster.  Please feel free to use the page to ask questions, share craft related or Harry Potter related links, pictures of your kids dressing up like Hogwarts students, or anything else that might be of interest to the group.  This group is Closed, so folks must message me with BOTH their Craftster username, and a way to locate you on Facebook, in order to be added. This is to keep it to just folks within the Craftalong, rather than a general HP forum, and anyone who participates here is welcome there as well.  

~*Winter HPC Staff*~
Headmistress Mistress Jennie

Gryffindor Head of House WhistleFish
Hufflepuff Head of House Moonflame
Ravenclaw Head of House FiberAlchemist
Slytherin Head of House Naantje

Alchemy Professor calliemae
Arithmancy Professor noodle-bug
Astronomy Professor POSITION OPEN
Care of Magical Creatures & Divination Professor ErinAquaheart
Charms Professor tiamatfire
Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor tiamatfire
Flying Professor POSITION OPEN
Herbology Professor Inselaeffchen
History of Magic & Muggle Studies Professor WhistleFish
Potions Professor noodle-bug
Study of Ancient Runes Inselaeffchen
Transfiguration Professor calliemae

Kitchen Elf FiberAlchemist

Badge Baronesses FiberAlchemist, Mistress Jennie, WhistleFish, jillybeans!
Pinterest Pixie Inselaeffchen
Spreadsheet Sorceress & Math Magician Mistress Jennie

~*Past HPC Semesters*~
Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Winter 2012/2013, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Winter 2013/2014, Spring 2014, Summer 2014, Fall 2014

~*Previous Winner of House Cup*~
Winter 2012/2013: Gryffindor
Spring 2013: Gryffindor
Summer 2013: Gryffindor
Fall 2013: Gryffindor
Winter 2013/2014: Ravenclaw
Spring 2014: Ravenclaw
Summer 2014: Ravenclaw
Fall 2014: Gryffindor
30  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Harry Potter Holiday Swap Round 3 Gallery on: November 21, 2014 04:51:47 AM

ornament by lyndseynicole

Harry Potter Holiday Swap Round 3 Gallery!

Portkey back to the original Swap Thread

Mistress Jennie ---> MissingWillow
Mistress Jennie ---> luckdragon
Mistress Jennie ---> dinkime

Abbeeroad ---> pottermouth
Abbeeroad ---> MissingWillow

AugustBell ---> jillybeans
AugustBell ---> pottermouth

charlieandwillow ---> jenleahlynn
charlieandwillow ---> felicitybaby
charlieandwillow ---> chrmisha

chrmisha ---> charlieandwillow
chrmisha ---> jenleahlynn

dinkime (shipped 12/11) ---> Inselaeffchen (pics posted by partner  Kiss)
dinkime (shipped 12/11)  ---> Mistress Jennie

felicitybaby ---> charlieandwillow
felicitybaby ---> jenleahlynn
felicitybaby ---> FiberAlchemist

FiberAlchemist ---> noodle-bug
FiberAlchemist ---> felicitybaby
FiberAlchemist ---> luckdragon

Inselaeffchen (shipped 12/11) ---> NathanielM93
Inselaeffchen ---> dinkime

jenleahlynn (pkg mis-sent; re-sent 12/13/14) ---> charlieandwillow
jenleahlynn ---> felicitybaby
jenleahlynn ---> chrmisha

jillybeans ---> pottermouth
jillybeans ---> AugustBell
jillybeans ---> MissingWillow

luckdragon ---> Mistress Jennie
luckdragon ---> FiberAlchemist

mariak ---> NathanielM93

MissingWillow ---> Mistress Jennie
MissingWillow ---> jillybeans
MissingWillow ---> Abbeeroad

NathanielM93 ---> Inselaeffchen
NathanielM93 ---> noodle-bug
NathanielM93 ---> mariak

noodle-bug ---> FiberAlchemist
noodle-bug ---> NathanielM93

pottermouth ---> jillybeans
pottermouth ---> Abbeeroad
pottermouth ---> AugustBell

Status Colors

Green = Sent
Orange = Sending Late with Communication

Blue = Received (but haven't POSTED pictures yet)
Purple = Received & Posted Pictures

Strikethrough = Feedback Given
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