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11  Gryffindor Common Room in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: September 28, 2017 09:55:16 AM
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12  Kitchen Elf in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: September 28, 2017 09:54:50 AM

Hogwarts will once again host "Iron Chef Hogwarts" this semester! Each month a new secret ingredient will be revealed. All Hogwarts students who prepare a dish containing the secret ingredient will earn the secret ingredient badge displayed below and receive points for your house!

Iron Chef Hogwarts challenges now earn House Points ON THEIR OWN!  That's right. You no longer have to combine them with another prompt in order to earn points. Just submit them as a normal class or challenge, making sure to include the challenge food in the header. Here's an example:

Challenge: Iron Chef - Lentils
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Lentil Salad
Brief Description: I made this fantastic lentil salad to take to a bonfire on the beach...

*Thanks to Mistress Jennie for providing this awesome example!

In addition to earning house points, I will continue to run the Iron Chef Hogwarts giveaway! Each time you make a dish containing the secret ingredient, you are entered for a chance to win a end of term prize! If you make a dish with the secret ingredient each month, your name will be entered into the drawing at the end of the semester THREE times for THREE chances to win!

And the Secret Ingredient for January is...


Previous Iron Chef Challenges




NOTE: All secret ingredients are chosen at random from a list of ingredients that have been actual Iron Chef secret ingredients on the US muggle television show. That being said, if you are allergic to any ingredient posted, you may still enter and earn your badge IF you choose a recipe that is traditionally made with the secret ingredient but substitute that single ingredient with an allergy-safe version. Please call out any substitutions in your post. Only substitutions based on allergy or other health-related dietary restrictions will be accepted. Thank you for your cooperation!
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13  NEWTs in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: September 28, 2017 07:09:38 AM
IMPORTANT: To be eligible to take your NEWT, you must have completed one OWL.  If you have not completed an OWL, you cannot propose a NEWT.
1. Select which subject you would like to complete for your NEWT.  You may only do one NEWT at a time so select carefully.
2. Propose what you plan on doing for your NEWT project.  You may do this by posting in the HPC thread or if you'd like to keep the project a secret for a swap you can propose it by sending a PM to Mistress Jennie & noodle-bug.  When making an NEWT Proposal, please use the header below, and make sure you give details such as methods using, materials using, plan of action, timeline.  These details will help us cheer you on and inspire future NEWTs.
3. Begin work on your NEWT project.  Feel free to add progress pics in the HPC thread.
4. Once your project is complete, post a picture of your project in the HPC; make sure to use the NEWT Header provided below.  Once you post a completed NEWT, your NEWT Examiner will notify the Headmistress, and you will earn your NEWT Badge for that subject.

Project Name:
Brief Description: (explain how your project relates to your subject, pattern/techniques used, materials using, plan of action, expected timeline, etc.)

NEWT Subject:
Project Name:
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:
Feel free to also include your house and any storycrafting you've created for your project.

So, whats a NEWT?! A NEWT is impressive! A NEWT is just enough crazy that youre not totally sure you can make it to end, but not so crazy that youll land in the padded wagon on your way to the finish line.  A NEWT is much like a thesis.  You are to choose the course of study you wish to take in a particular subject.  Research your desired subject, find a facet of that subject that you wish focus your advanced studies.  Form a plan of action, and make your proposal.  Remember your NEWT should be detailed and should be a craft endeavor that take you 1 month or more to finish.  This is Advanced Studies so make sure to stretch yourself and your crafty magic.  You may take NEWTs in the following subjects:
--Alchemy: Students are expected to show extensive knowledge of basic elements, as well as the transmutation of substances.
--Arithmancy: Students display their mastery of all things magical and mathematical.
--Astronomy: Students should demonstrate knowledge of the celestial heavens.
--Care of Magical Creatures: Students should demonstrate extensive knowledge of magical creatures and their proper care and handling.
--Charms: Students are expected to have total mastery over charms.
--Defence Against the Dark Arts: Students must demonstrate the ability to defend themselves in magical combat.
--Divination: Students should have a sound knowledge of a variety of techniques of foretelling the future.
--Herbology: Students should have a vast knowledge of magical plants and be able to easily manipulate complex organic creations.
--History of Magic: Students must produce evidence that they did not sleep through all of Prof. Binns lectures.
--Muggle Studies: Students should demonstrate their knowledge of all things muggle and have the ability to blend into muggle society with ease
--Potions: Students should exhibit full knowledge of all potions and a mastery at mixing complex potions.
--Study of Ancient Runes: Students are expected to decipher obscure markings with ease.
--Transfiguration: Students will demonstrate the ability to transfigure and vanish.


jenleahlynn: Arithmancy, March 6, 2015 (ON HOLD)
Jenleahlynn: DADA, October 27, 2015
MamanTattoo: Astronomy April 07, 2014
Melissaurus: DADA, Feb. 9, 2013
Mistress Jennie: Potions, Nov 12th 2016
pinkleo: HoM, Dec. 23, 2013
rockmygypsysoul: Muggle Studies, September 11, 2017
whistlefish: Charms, 25th Sept 2015

Acadian Driftwood: CoMC, March 7, 2014
CraftyLadyMJ: Transfiguration, July 10, 2013 (PM Proposal)
gaudiknight: COMC april 8th 2016
J_Kieviet: CoMC, June 3, 2017
patty_o_furniture: History of Magic, December 29, 2017

Audania1; MS, 22nd Jan 2017
BadWolf314: Alchemy, March 02, 2014
edelC: SoAR, February 02, 2017
Elliot-Anne; Arithmancy, June 9th 2015
FiberAlchemist: Transfiguration June 10th 2016
indigo_roses: Ancient Runes, Mar. 4, 2013
jellybean89: Potions, Option 1, October 05, 2016
magpirate; COMC, June 7th 2015
netchez: CoMC, Sept. 1, 2013
PenguinSoup: Ancient Runes, Jan. 17, 2013
pottermouth: Arithmancy,  June 30, 2014
tiamatfire: Alchemy, September 13, 2017

DragonChilde: Divination, Oct. 12, 2013
margaron: Potions, August 17, 2014
TechnicolorAquahearts: Charms, August 14, 2017

~*Completed NEWTs*~
patty_o_furniture: Transfiguration, November 15, 2017
noodle-bug: History of Magic, December 21, 2017
plaidpineapple: Arithmancy, December 26, 2017

~*NEWT Certificates*~
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14  OWLs in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: September 28, 2017 07:08:40 AM
NOTE: Once you propose, please go forth on your Advanced Studies projects.  Your Examiners will PM if they have any inquiries.

~Everything O.W.L.s and N.E.W.T.s~
---Ordinary Wizarding Levels, OWLs, and Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests, NEWTs, are advanced crafting projects.  OWLs and NEWTs are supposed to be more complex and challenging projects.
---OWLs and NEWTs are more time-consuming than HPC classes and challenges.  There is no hard and fast rule on how many hours a project should take, because speed and difficulty levels are too subjective.  What we are really looking for is a project that will be a personal challenge to you.
---OWLs should take 3-4 weeks to complete.
---NEWTs should take more than a month to complete. (Please see post below for more on NEWTs.)
---Projects that do not take the allotted time of crafting will not be counted as complete; keep that in mind when you post your completed OWLs and NEWTs.  If you finish your OWL or NEWT earlier than expected, then craft an additional item(s) that correspond with your subject.  Add notes on how you finished earlier than expected and details about your additional crafting in your Completed Project post.
---You must propose your OWL or NEWT before starting so that we may be your cheerleaders and help encourage you during this more challenging craft adventure.
---You may only do 1 OWL & 1 NEWT at one time.  (Dont want you to be stuck with a ton of OWL & NEWT WIPs!)
---You may propose an OWL or NEWT any time during the semester.
---OWLs and NEWTs can carry over to the next semester.
---If you decide to abandon an OWL or NEWT project, notify your OWL Examiners, and they will erase that log from their records.  Once you have submitted to have an OWL or NEWT erased, you can propose a new one.

1. Select which OWL you would like to complete.  You may only do one OWL at a time so select carefully.
2. Propose what you plan on doing for your OWL project.  You may do this by PM to your OWL Examiners or by posting in the HPC thread.  When making an OWL Proposal, please use the header below, and make sure you give details such as methods using, materials using, plan of action, timeline.  These details will help us cheer you on and inspire future OWLs.
3. Begin work on your OWL project.  Feel free to add progress pics in the HPC thread.
4. Once your project is complete, post a picture of your project in the HPC; make sure to use the OWL Header provided below.  Once you post a completed OWL, your OWL Examiner will notify the Headmistress, and you will earn your OWL Badge for that subject.

OWL Subject & Option(if available):
Project Name:
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques used, materials using, plan of action, expected timeline, etc.)

OWL Subject & Option (if available):
Project Name:
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:
Feel free to also include your house and any storycrafting you've created for your project.

--Alchemy:  Option 1-Alchemists have, through their mystical quests, made significant contributions to our world.  These include metalworking, production of inks, dyes and cosmetics, ceramics and glass manufacture, preparation of extracts and liqueurs and the invention of gunpowder.  Honor the work of these alchemists by creating something from one or more of these contributions.  Option 2-The Four Elements of alchemy are Fire, Earth, Air and Water.  Craft a project that represents all four of these elements.
--Arithmancy: Bridget Wenlock was a famous thirteenth-century Arithmancer, and the first to establish the magical properties of the number seven.  Your OWL quest is to turn in something that involves the number seven.
--Astronomy: Option 1-Craft a star chart.  Option 2-Interpret the solar system into a craft.  Option 3-It is believed that we can only see 5% of the universe, the rest is made up of Dark Matter and Dark Energy which is invisible to us. Create something where at first glance you can only see a small portion, but when you look closer you can find the rest of the details.
--Care of Magical Creatures:  Option 1-Even in the muggle world, we are surrounded by fascinating and breathtaking creatures.  Craft something inspired by an everyday animal you find magical.  Option 2-Dragons are terrifying yet awe-inspiring; craft something inspired by these magical creatures.
--Charms: Research the different charms and show your mastery of a particular charm by crafting something inspired by it.  For example, Alohomora is an opening charm; craft something that open or has an opening.  Another example, Confundus is a confusion charm; craft something you find a bit confusing.
--Defence Against the Dark Arts: Option 1-The patronus is an effective charm against dementors and to call for help when in need, though difficult to master. Craft something using or inspired by your patronus animal.  Option 2-Craft something inspired by one of the DADA professors.
--Divination: Option 1-Create at least 4 items you need for a successful reading.  Option 2-Create a dream item.  Option 3-Create something inspired by the zodiac.
--Herbology:  Research magical and mundane plants, and show your knowledge by creating something inspired by one or more plants that could be found in a wizards or witches garden.
--History of Magic: Option 1-Create 4 different items, one item for each house, these items should reflect your interpretation of the characteristics of each house.  Option 2-Craft 3 items which represent 3 characters with Harry Potter.   Option 3-Craft something using a vintage pattern, material, or technique.
--Muggle Studies: We all know the Tales of Beetle Bard, but did you know that muggles have a vast array of fantastical stories?  The most fascinating are known to muggles as fairy tales.  Study these tales and craft something inspired by them.
--Potions: Option 1- Show off your ability to work with many ingredients by showcasing at least 3 different colors/pattern/textures.  Colors can be monochromatic.  A variegated yarn or one fabric swatch with various colors within it count as one color.  Option 2-Research different potions and show your mastery by crafting something inspired by it.
--Study of Ancient Runes: Option 1-Use an intricate charted design; you may create your own design for this project.  Option 2-Create something that contains 7 or more letters/symbols.  Option 3-Create a set of runes; these can be presented in one or more pieces.
--Transfiguration: Option 1-Practice your vanishing and conjuring spells by taking a large amount of supply and crafting one piece.  Option 2-Craft something with a dual purpose.  Option 3-Craft your Animagus.


Abbeeroad: Transfiguration, Sept. 6, 2013
butterflyangel: Potions, Option 1 July 23, 2014
dwfan10: Arithmancy, Apr. 30, 2013
IsikkahJai: Herbology, Sept. 6, 2012
jenleahlynn: Arithmancy, December 15, 2017
Melissaurus: Divination, Jan. 28, 2013
Mistress Jennie: CoCM option 1, Nov 12th 2016 (ON HOLD)
pinkleo: Muggle Studies, Dec. 23, 2013
rockmygypsysoul: Transfiguration, Dec. 5, 2013
sakuracat23: Transfiguration, Jan. 22, 2013
spikefan: Transfiguration, Sept. 4, 2012
The Mad Quilter: Transfiguration, Sept. 3, 2013
ttsaria: Study of Ancient Runes (PM Proposal), Sept.15, 2012
whenindoubtsew: Care of Magical Creatures, Sept. 23, 2012
whistlefish; Astronomy option 3, July 29th 2016

Acadian Driftwood: Transfiguration, Option 1, September 05, 2014
BringMeKnitting8: Astronomy, Option 2, June 11, 2014
blupaisan: Arithmancy, Jan. 27 2014
CraftLadyMJ: Potions, Option1 (PM Proposal), Mar. 25 2013
fatewineroses; SoAR, June 29th 2016
gaudiknight: HoM Option 1. 18th March 2017
jillybeans: Transfiguration, Mar. 27, 2013
J_Kieviet: Alchemy #1, June 3, 2017
Kit the Brave: Arithmancy, Dec. 1, 2012
midkiffsjoy: Divination, June 4, 2013
patty_o_furniture: Charms, December 29, 2017
plaidpineapple: Alchemy Option 1, October 7, 2017
seeuudee: Charms, June 20, 2014

AugustBell: Transfiguration, Jan.16, 2013
BadWolf314: Potions, Option 1, March 02, 2014
bluejanuary: CoMC Option 1, Feb 22nd 2016
consultingcorsair: History of Magic, Jan. 9, 2013
Flip-floP: Charms, Apr. 10, 2013
jillybean89: Charms, March 03, 2017
krashromance: Potions, Mar. 19, 2013
kstaron: Charms, Sept. 6, 2012
Listessa: Potions, June 17, 2013
Magpirate: Astronomy, Option 3, June 14, 2014
Natasjadreams: Study of Ancient Runes, 2012
nerdplusneedle (Noxika): Charms, October 03, 2016
noodle-bug: SoAR option 2, September 1, 2017
PenguinSoup: Care of Magical Creatures, Jan. 18, 2013
primrosepetunia: Transfiguration, Option 1, February 21, 2017
SenatorOrgana: Tranfiguration, Oct. 20, 2013
ShardaeDobby: Muggle Studies, Sept. 11, 2012
SiakelA: Alchemy, Jan. 5, 2013
Swimswamswum: Transfiguration (PM Proposal), Sept. 2, 2013
the_essence: Charms, Dec. 9, 2012
tiamatfire: Herbology, April 08, 2015 (ON HOLD)
Treemoon: Charms, December 19th 2015
vincentvanbuck: Alchemy, Dec. 3, 2013 (ON HOLD)
vincentvanbuck: Arithmancy, December 24, 2014

audio: Arithmancy, June 11th 2016
bookie0013: Charms, Sept. 1, 2013
calliemae: Care of Magical Creatures, Option 1, August 24, 2014
coulsenl: Potions, Dec. 2, 2013
DragonChilde: Transfiguration, Option 1 April 01, 2014
FreakieGeekie: History of Magic, Apr. 26, 2013
Inselaeffchen: Charms, July 02, 2014
Ladychris2010: Potions, option1 Jan 01 2016
lightninglisa: Astronomy, Sept. 3, 2012
Naantje: History of Magic, June 4, 2013
Samash90: Alchemy option 1, Jult 1st 2015
SKooKum: Potions, Apr. 2, 2013
TechnicolorAquahearts: Arithmancy, August 14, 2017
travelgirl: Arithmancy, July 23, 2013

Completed Owls
Mistress Jennie: Study of Ancient Runes, Option 1 October 21, 2017 (PMed Proposal)
tiamatfire: Muggle Studies December 7, 2017
patty_o_furniture: Charms, December 8, 2017
jenleahlynn: Charms, December 9, 2017

~*OWL Certificates*~
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15  Re: Abandoned Art Swap Rd 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Abbeeroad on: September 25, 2017 06:53:14 AM
I went on an abandoning spree this weekend. We hit my absolute favorite fine art craft fair on Saturday at Peter's Valley. I have to admit that the very first piece I distributed I actually did not abandon at all.

I was in a lovely booth of an artist displaying dyed fabric wall hangings enjoying her work when a woman came in an gave the artist a heart-shaped stone as a token of random kindness. "You obviously love what you do," she said, and explained that she has given these rocks out all over the world to people she feels moved to offer them to. I was loving the exchange and was so honored to have witnessed it, but I never expected the woman to offer me a stone as well, just for being in the booth! I immediately thought of alteredmommy's canvases tucked away in my purse and offered one to the woman. The spirit of randomly brightening someone's day was the same as her mission, so I thought it was appropriate, and she agreed! Her friend snapped a picture of us commemorating our exchange so that I could share it here with all of you. It was a wonderfully serendipitous moment that I'll always remember. Smiley

Yes, I am gigantically pregnant, lol.

Anyway...on a little high from the interaction with a fellow kindness "guerrilla," I abandoned another canvas on a nearby bench. It was gone by the time we did a second round of the booths.

Then on Sunday, we hit the city and I dropped the remaining three canvases. It's amazing how in the middle of such a busy place, you can totally go unnoticed, haha.

First, we found this cool stoop advertising a basement fallout shelter. Seemed like a good spot:

Then, a cool sculpture outside an office building:

And inside an abandoned box on a light post at a busy cross-walk:

Unfortunately, I did not walk past these spots again to see if they were still there before we headed back to Jersey. Hopefully they all found wonderful loving homes. Smiley

Thank you alteredmommy for an awesome swap, and thank you sheepBlue for the opportunity to be a part of such an awesome movement!! Cheesy
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16  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Midsummer Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: September 15, 2017 07:58:41 AM
Excellent season, Quidditch players and CONGRATS to Ravenclaw!! Cheesy

Class: Charms
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Bleach and dyed fat quarter
Project Page Link: N/A
Brief Description: This lively and fun FQ was made from a plain black FQ, spiral tied and placed in a bucket of bleach diluted with water ~10:1 water to bleach. While still tied, the piece was rinsed thoroughly to stop the bleach reaction, then soaked in a soda ash mixture for 30 minutes prior to being overdyed with fiber reactive dyes. The dyed fabric sat overnight in plastic, then was rinsed again and washed. I think it came out pretty cool!
Project Picture:

Class: Study of Ancient Runes
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Mini Dot Mandala Canvases
Project Page Link: N/A
Brief Description: These mini canvases were made for the art abandonment swap here on Craftster. I was paired with the awesome alteredmommy, so I really wanted to do something awesome for her. She had dot mandala rocks pinned, and I adapted the idea slightly to use mini canvases. Partly because I had these in my stash and partly to increase the ease of painting these babies, since this was to be my first attempt. I made sure that my supplies matched my project for this by purchasing a set of embossing tools to get just the right sized dots. I also used several household items including a pin head, a nail head, some dremel drill bits (flat end), a thumb tack, and several jewelry making tools from my husband's workbench. Having the right supplies made a HUGE difference in this project.
Project Picture:

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17  Re: Abandoned Art Swap Rd 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Abbeeroad on: September 14, 2017 06:32:42 AM
Love the drop sites, Nodsu!!

I received some awesome art from alteredmommy last night! Check out her gorgeous work:

Each canvas was packed in a plastic baggie with an awesome tag declaring the origins of the art. I can't to spread some Alberta arty goodness in NJ!

Here's a close up:

The work is wonderfully textured. Smiley I didn't realize the lighting on these pics wasn't the best until I took the picture of mine:

This pic shows the colors a bit more true to life. It's already found a home on my entry-way shelf (can you spot it?):

The whole package came with a  lovely card printed with alteredmommy's friend's batik artwork:

I love it! Thanks so much, alteredmommy - now to get these babies out into the world!
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18  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Midsummer Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: August 31, 2017 01:22:43 PM
I'm going to be travelling up north tomorrow for the long weekend, so I won't be around to post the new Iron Chef Hogwarts Challenge. The current TEA challenge is still open until 12:00 am EST tonight, so any last minute entries between now and then will still be counted (when I get back next Tuesday!), but for now, I wanted to post the September challenge so folks would have it just in case they were inspired for BBQs/cookouts over the weekend.

We had an awesome turn out for the TEA challenge! Thanks to Mistress Jennie, patty_o_furniture, edelC, noodle-bug, ErinAquaheart, and tiamatfire for your TEA entries!! You've all been entered into the Iron Chef giveaway at semester's end!

And now, without further ado...the Secret Ingredient for September is...


Hold onto summer with a summer corn salad, channel fall with a fall corn pudding, or maybe land somewhere in between with these sweet corn cookies!
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19  Re: Necklace Swap 2017 GALLERY (Sendouts Aug. 14) in The Swap Gallery by Abbeeroad on: August 20, 2017 06:21:54 AM
I received from IsikkahJai!

She sent me this beautiful dangly, leafy piece. See all those tiny leaves? I'm pretty sure she MADE each one. Thank you Isi! I love it!

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20  Re: ~*Harry Potter Craftalong - Midsummer Term 2017*~ Join anytime! in Craftalongs by Abbeeroad on: August 18, 2017 07:19:05 AM
Class: Defense Against the Dark Arts
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Coffee/Monday Hoop
Project Page Link: N/A
Brief Description: My favorite co-worker is leaving to start a new job elsewhere. We've worked together for several years now and her leaving is a little bit tough for both of us...but also very exciting for her! To show her that I will miss her, but to also wish her luck in this next uncertain (but exciting) phase of her career, I made her a little embroidered hoop for her new office (or cubicle, ha) to help her get through potentially stressful days during her transition.
Project Picture:

Class: History of Magic
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Bleach Tie Dye
Project Page Link: N/A
Brief Description: Inspired by the golden hue of a delicious butterbeer, this tie dye was made for my son using traditional tie techniques (basic spiral) before being placed in a bucket of diluted bleach (~1:10 bleach to water...I did add a bit more bleach when it seemed like I wasn't getting a reaction after a few minutes). The shirt soaked for at least 30 minutes before being thoroughly rinsed to avoid over-reaction. I let the rinsed shirt sit overnight before untying and washing, but I don't know if that was necessary. The result is a beautiful golden-rust colored tie-dye effect against a black background. Kiddo loves the effect and I can't wait to play more with this technique.
Project Picture:

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