Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey guys! As this has been one of the most requested theme in the last few months. I'm going to show you three DIY gift ideas that every Harry Potter fan will love. They're super easy and fun to make, and I hope you will like them. The first project is the Deathly Hollows Lantern, that is great as home decor. For this DIY, you're going to need: Thick black paper, transparent paper in yellow or white, scissors and xacto knife, a compass, a triangle ruler, glue and pencils. And for the light inside, I'm going to use battery-powered flameless candles. But you can also use fairy lights as well. First we need to create a template for our lantern. Start measuring out a triangle using regular paper and your ruler. I measured out 12 centimeters for each side and 60 degrees in each corner to create a triangle with three equally long sides. I know, "how can she bother me with math in this video!" But I will stop in a bit, don't worry. You can also make the lantern larger or smaller using different measurements. Now I begin adding the inner part. For this step, I made the triangle outline thicker by adding about 5 millimeters to each side into the line in the center. And now with your compass, add a circle inside the triangle that touches all the three sides. Next, create another circle inside to make the circle outline thicker again. Now we just need to add additional squares on each side. They're going to be the flaps we'll glue together with the rest. Use your triangle ruler to create 90 degrees corners for the squares to create the lines, then connect them together. I made them about one centimeter wide. These are the areas we need to cut up now. For this step, use your xacto knife and carefully cut out these areas. Once you remove the parts, cut up the whole template. As this is the only template we now need to transfer it onto the black paper to crew two of these triangles. If you're lazy to create the template first, you can of course just go ahead and use the black paper immediately. I just wanna to make sure I make everything correctly without messing up the paper too much. Now we need another stripe of black paper for the roof part. For this step, I measured out the width of 5 centimeters so the candles fit inside properly, and 24 centimeters length. And you should get something like this. Now we just need to cut out the transparent paper by using the triangle as a guideline and glue them to the black paper. But before we do that, carefully fold the flaps. I used my ruler and the edge of the scissors to create a folding line. This is how it looks now. Next, apply glue to the black paper and glue on the transparent paper on top. Cut off any excess of necessary and then we can go ahead and glue on the roof. Add glue to the flaps on the left and the right side of the top part and then apply the other stripe of paper after folding it in half. The third flap is not really that necessary, but I found that this helps the lantern stands better and it looks better this way as well. Here I use three candles as I found one candle was not enough. And the lantern is finished. The next DIY is similar to my old wizard wand DIY from two years ago. All you need is hot glue, pencils, a brush and acrylic paint. Start adding hot glue to the top part of the pencil, and then add a bead on top to make it look more fancy. But this is optional. Add more glue randomly to the pencil to create an interesting design. I stopped at about one-third of the pencil as I didn't want to cover too much of the pencil with the glue. Let the glue cool down and then we can move on and paint the pencils. I use black acrylic paint as a base, but you can use any colour you like. Once the pencils are dry, you can go ahead and add more magic to it by adding up silver or gold coat of acrylic paint. I think silver acrylic paint look so fancy on black and makes the pencil look so magical. Now let the pencils dry again and then all you need to do is sharpen the end. And you get a magical pencil every Harry Potter or magic fan will love. The last DIY is for everyone who needs some fanciness in their hair. For this project you're going to need: shrinking foil, scissors, a brush, black marker, and gold & white acrylic paint. And a hair pin base that you can get online or in craft stores. As always I like to start with a template, but this time I will add a template you can just don't look. I have the link in the description box down below. Next, trace a template under the shrinking foil. As the foil will shrink, I made the design about 10 centimeters wide so it's not too small or too big once it's shrunk. Now you can go ahead and color the outline of this snitch. I used acrylic paint but if you do that, be sure to use only a thin layer as it won't look good otherwise once it's strong. If you have white and gold color markers it would be even better. Let the paint dry and then go over areas that need to be fixed again with your marker. Next, cut it out and bake it. Be sure to read the instruction of your shrinking foil first. This is how it looks once it's baked. Now all you need to do is gluing it onto the hair pin base, but you can also use anything else like a pin and pin it to your clothes, bag or pouch. And you're done. I hope you like these ideas and found them helpful. Be sure to leave this video a big thumbs-up to support this channel and subscribe if you hope already to seen more funny, easy DIYs in the future. Thank you so much for watching, guys. Have a wonderful day and see you next week.