DIY Harry Potter Potion Ornaments
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Make Harry Potter Potion Ornaments for your Christmas tree or Halloween tree with Harry Potter Potion Labels and a few simple craft supplies! Every Harry Potter fan will love these awesome DIY Harry Potter potions!
Harry Potter Potion Ornaments
If you’re a huge Harry Potter fan, you’ll love these awesome potion bottle ornaments that you can DIY! The potions in Harry Potter are so magical and they make the perfect decoration on my Harry Potter Christmas tree. I also use them for Halloween decorations, and they would be great as favors for a Harry Potter birthday party!
This project is made SUPER easy with my FREE Printable Harry Potter Potion Stickers. You can print and cut them by hand, or use the Print then Cut feature with your Cricut or Silhouette machine.
I have a ton of Harry Potter SVG Files and Harry Potter projects on my site, but these are definitely one of my favorites! I absolutely love how they turned out!
Harry Potter Potions
Here are the Harry Potter potion bottle ornaments that I made:
- Amortentia (Love Potion)
- Draught of Living Death
- Polyjuice Potion (Transfiguration Potion)
- Draught of Peace
- Felix Felicis (Liquid Luck Potion)
- Floo Powder
- Veritaserum (Truth Potion)
- Elixir of Life
All of the designs are hand drawn, and I printed them on Printable Sticker Vinyl Sheets then cut them out with my Cricut. You can see the full Print then Cut tutorial in the Harry Potter Potion Labels Printable post.
If you’d like to try to make your own stickers, I have a tutorial for How to Make Stickers with Procreate on your iPad.
Harry Potter Potion Ingredients
You can make these ornaments, but they can be made in larger bottles for decorations, or without eye hooks as small party favors. Use your imagination!
- Potion Bottles (I used simple plastic bottles from Amazon – there are tons of options!)
- Glitter (I found that chunky glitter or a mixture of chunky and fine glitter work best)
- Clear Liquid Glue (Glycerin will also work)
- Ink Jet Printer
- Printable Adhesive Vinyl (I use this paper for all of my printable stickers)
- Cricut or Silhouette Machine (if using print then cut function)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Eye Hooks (if making potion bottle ornaments)
Make your Own Harry Potter Potion Bottles
Making the potions is super easy! Collect your favorite glitter – I tried to find glitter to represent the potion as described in the books or movies. For example, I used a mixture of gold glitter for Felix Felicis (“liquid luck”).
And for Floo Powder I used a mixture of black glitter with stars. I love this one!
Fill 1/4 of each bottle with clear liquid glue. Fill the rest with warm water, leaving room at the top to add glitter. Stir until the water and glue are completely combined. Alternatively, you can make the glue and water mixture in a larger container and pour into the bottle with a funnel.
Add glitter and swirl to mix.
Use hot glue to place a thin band around the cork stopper and push into the bottle to seal. Run another band of glue around the top edge of the bottle to add an extra seal. Let the glue harden completely.
To make a potion bottle ornament, screw a small eye hook into the cork stopper.
Use ribbon or an ornament hanger to hang.
The glue will help to suspend the glitter, giving it a “snow globe” type magical effect!
The glitter will fall over time, but you can turn the potion bottle over and mix to re-suspend it!
Visit the Harry Potter Potion Labels Post for the Free Download!
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