I teamed up with a group of bloggers as part of Read It, Make It, Book Week taking place April 11, 2016, we each chose a book and then made a craft to go along with it. I decided to focus on the Fairy Tale “The Tale of the Three Brothers” in The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling.
If you are not familiar it is a book talked about in Harry Potter, also known as the story of the deathly hallows. I am a Harry Potter nut, and my daughter quotes lines from the movie (she’s three!) and knows some Harry Potter stuff so we decided to do a craft from the fairy tale.
- constuction paper
- white glue
- a pencil
- The Tales of Beedle the Bard Book
How to Make It:
Using the pencil draw a triangle for the invisibility cloak, inside the triangle draw a circle for the resurrection stone, and then a vertical line down the middle of the triangle for the elder wand. Have your child help paint glue over the lines. Now for the fun and messy part, give them a shaker of glitter and let them go nuts shaking glitter all over the glue!!
I will warn you, the next day I was still finding glitter in my bread, hair, and tooth brush, it really gets everywhere. But that’s half the fun right?? A nice sparkly house.#elderwand, #invisibilitycloak, #resurrectionstone #deathlyhallows crafts for kids! Click To Tweet
There you have the Deathly Hallows, made into a simple craft you can make with your kids! Start the love of Harry Potter when they are young!
Don’t forget to check out some of the other blogger’s crafts and books in Read It Make It Book Week hosted by Emma Owl at the link below.Check out #readitmakeit week to see 50+ crafts based on books by a group of bloggers. Click To Tweet
If you enjoy stories and crafts related to each other make sure you check out the Monthly Crafting Book Club, every month we focus on a different book and do a craft or activity related to it. We welcome new bloggers if you want to join us! This month we are focusing on Piggy in the Puddle, just do a craft related to the book and send it to me by April 15.