These 20+ magical Harry Potter crafts for kids and adults are TONS of fun! Make wands, house scarves, shirts, jewelry, and SO much more! Fun for all ages!
Magical Harry Potter Crafts for All Ages
Are you the ultimate Harry Potter fan? Have you read the series and watched the movies more times than you can count? Or perhaps you’re throwing a Harry Potter party, or need a DIY gift for someone who’s obsessed with the series. We’ve got you covered with 21 magical crafts from the fantastical world of wizards!
You’ll find fun craft Harry Potter crafts for all ages, from kids to adults. And let’s face it, any adult who has grown up reading the books will feel like a kid again making these crafts. There’s something about bringing the story to life that makes you feel like the magical world is real and tangible.
Scour this list, and pick a few crafts to make for your next family movie night or just because. You’ll have a blast waving magic wands, making some decor in your house colors, or brewing up potions in the slime lab.
Magical Harry Potter Crafts
Harry Potter Marathon Blanket from Happiness is Homemade: Who’s ready for a Harry Potter marathon? Use this free Harry Potter SVG file and then cozy up with this adorable “This is My Harry Potter Marathon Blanket” for your next Harry Potter movie marathon or reading binge!
No-Sew Harry Potter Scarves from Michelle’s Party Plan-It: You’ll be Mom of the Year if you make these no-sew scarves for your kiddos in their favorite house colors. These make amazing party favors, or they’ll look great as part of a Harry Potter costume.
Ravenclaw Quidditch Shirt from Happiness is Homemade: Are you confident the Sorting Hat would sort you into Ravenclaw? Think you’d be a star athlete on the Quidditch team? If so, this is the shirt for you! You can also use the SVG files to make notebooks, signs, and tote bags!
Butterbeer Sugar Scrub from Happiness is Homemade: What girl wouldn’t love a Butterbeer sugar scrub for super soft lips and skin? It leaves a divine taste on your lips and would make a fabulous homemade gift for HP fans at Christmastime or any time of year.
Harry Potter Peg Dolls from Artsy Fartsy Mama: Making these peg dolls will require a little patience and skill, but it will pay off big time when your kids spend hours and hours playing with them. They’re great for a quiet time activity or to take on the go with you since they’re easily replaceable if lost—just make another one!
Harry Potter Snow Globe Craft from Natural Beach Living: Crafting your own DIY snow globe will make it extra special. Use Harry Potter LEGO mini-figures to create some for the upcoming holiday season. You’ll want to keep some for yourself and make some as gifts. They’re positively mesmerizing.
Watercolor Resist Harry Potter Quotes from Happiness is Homemade: Use this gorgeous watercolor resist technique to create signs based on your favorite Harry Potter quotes. You can make your own using the tutorial or use our free printable versions to display in your home.
Potion Slime Making Activity from Little Bins for Little Hands: Make any kid the potions master with an array of different Harry Potter slimes! You’ll make slimes based on Polyjuice Potion, Draught of Peace, Felix Felicis, Wolfsbane, Skele-Gro, and Veritaserum. Each one has a different color. Put them in fun containers and give them as favors if you’re throwing a party.
Harry Potter Brunch Shirt from Happiness is Homemade: This funny brunch shirt that reads, “It’s MimOsa, not MimosA,” will have your friends cracking up! It would also be perfect for a bachelorette party for any Harry Potter fan! Use the SVG to create shirts, tote bags, signs, and more.
Deathly Hallows Earrings from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff: Use your Cricut to create a pair of Deathly Hallows earrings that any witch would find charming.
Monster Book of Monsters Candy Holder from Tikkido: This candy box is incredible! Use it to hand out treats at your local Halloween Trunk or Treat, or gift it as a gift full of candies to your favorite Potterhead.
Muggle Teacher Shirt from Artsy Fartsy Mama: Teachers that dream of teaching at Hogwarts will love this shirt. And the students will get a kick out of it, too. You could also use this cut file to make a fun tote bag for your favorite teacher.
Felt Hedwig Ornaments from See Lindsay: Use your Cricut to make felt Hedwig ornaments for a Harry Potter-themed Christmas tree. They’d make beautiful DIY ornaments to give as gifts, too.
Golden Snitch Necklace from Kim and Carrie: Feel like a winner anytime you sport this fun golden snitch necklace. With polymer clay, glitter, and a few jewelry-making materials, you can have one of your own in no time flat.
No-Sew Gryffindor Patch from My Poppet: If your little witch or wizard is a Gryffindor shoo-in, making a Gryffindor patch for their clothing and robes is a MUST. Luckily, this no-sew felt project makes it super easy.
Harry Potter Wands from Mom Always Finds Out: You can’t be a Potter fan without a wand. These include fun colors and designs, which is really the point, right? The wand chooses the wizard, so not everyone will have the same wand. Some people will have wands with a lot of pizzazz, like the metallic and glitter wands!
Harry Potter Paper Bows from Lovely Planner: You’ll find so many uses for these beautiful bows. Attach them to plain headbands or hairclips to wear as part of a costume or just for fun. Add them to gifts. Attach them to balloon strings.
Harry Potter Rock Paintings from Ruffles and Rain Boots: This is a fun activity the whole family can do together. Find some flat rocks, and paint your favorite Harry Potter characters or concepts. When you’re finished, hide them around your community for others to find — what a fun way to put some smiles on people’s faces.
Hedwig Charm Bracelet from Totally the Bomb: Make one for yourself or as a gift. This Hedwig charm bracelet is, well, charming! And the piece is easy to shape with your fingers, so you won’t need any special tools.
Golden Snitch Bath Bombs from STEAM Powered Family: Kids and adults alike will love watching these bath bombs fizz away, releasing a colorful, fragrant bubble bath. Talk about a luxurious soak! These would make a great handmade gift along with our Butterbeer sugar scrub above.
Harry Potter Hogwarts House Bookmarks from Red Ted Art: Use the chevron paper weaving technique to make bookmarks in your favorite house colors. The bookmarks would make a fun party craft, and they’re perfect for kids who read the Harry Potter books over and over again. Okay, and for the adults who read them again and again as well.
Quidditch Mom Tote from Polkadot Chair: All the other sports moms will get a good laugh when they see you rocking your Quidditch Mom tote bag. Use it to haul snacks for the team, or for the countless water bottles your kids seem to need for their practices.
Which Harry Potter crafts are on your to-make list?