On instagram lately.

Recently I made an effort to take more creative photos, ’cause my camera has been collecting dust for a while now. My way into this foray was through Harry Potter (of course). I find it easier to be creative when I have an area to focus on. Posted my photos on instagram, but figured I could share them here as well, so here you are:

As you can see, I started out quite easy, and then “advanced” with every day passing. It was fun to be creative in the way of photography again. Maybe I’ll try some other ideas throughout the summer. Time will show.


DIY: Golden Egg (Triwizard Tournament)

A while ago I saw this tutorial from TheCraftMaiden;

Last week it was time to try it myself. It was real fun, and such a sense of accomplishment when you have the finished egg. My egg turned out a little different than hers, because of access to materials and level of skills. To me it was the first time ever using worbla and soldering iron, so my lines weren’t as neat and clean as hers, but still!

Included some pictures of my project as well as my finished egg. If you have questions to anything you see of mine, feel free to ask.


I can add that I did not include lights. I had some fairy lights at first, but decided to leave it out because it was troublesome to turn them on and off, and the egg got a little heavy on one side because of the batteries and the egg fell over every now and then.

Harry Potter Studios 2018 – part three

Last of my pictures from my trip to Leavensden. Still so much more that I haven’t shown you, but I guess you have to go for yourself to see all that amazingness (which is not a word…) which is Harry Potter Studios. I have been once before, but they had new additions and it was well worth a new trip. I feel like they keep working to make it bigger and better all the time, and I love that.

My Harry Potter HAUL from London (2018)

Earlier this year I went to London, and while I was there I simply had to geek out a little. I went to Harry Potter Studios outside London, House of MinaLima, Harry Potter: A History of Magic and the Harry Potter department at Primark. All of this mean that I left London with a slimmer wallet and a heavier suitcase.