When I first joined Pottermore and was sorted, I was put in Hufflepuff. I admit I was a little disappointed at first. It didn’t take long before I discovered my house pride, however. Fast forward a couple of years. I hadn’t been on Pottermore for quite a while and couldn’t remember my log in or even what e-mail address I had used. I decided to just create a new log in and retake the sorting quiz. A lot had changed on Pottermore in the time since I had last been on, including the sorting quiz. To my disappointment I was now sorted into Ravenclaw. I’ve decided to consider myself a Hufflepuff with Ravenclaw tendencies. I wanted to make bookmarks for each house and started with a Hufflepuff plastic canvas bookmark. I’ll make my way through the other houses in the coming months.
I used size 10 canvas. Instead of trying to find lightweight yarn in the right colors, I choose to use embroidery floss. I simply doubled up on the strand to make it thicker and was pleased with how it turned out. I think I will use the floss from now on when stitching size 10 canvas because you can easily find hundreds of colors.
To make your own Hufflepuff bookmark, click on the pattern below and get stitching!
Hufflepuff Bookmark Pattern
Who doesn’t love Mickey Mouse? For this Mickey plastic canvas box, I’m going to refer you to my post on the Dory plastic canvas box to see the photos to guide you through putting the box together.
Once you get the sides done, they should look like this:
You will have three patterns to download: the top with Mickey’s face, the sides for the top, and the actual box. There is also an instruction sheet you can download if you need it. The yellow on the pattern for the top of the box was a bit bright, so I used a different color on the other patterns but you will want to stitch with the same color throughout. Don’t like the yellow? Pick any color you want for the background and sides.
Mickey box top pattern
Mickey top sides pattern
Mickey box bottom pattern
Mickey Box Instructions
I hope it turns out great!
This Flash puzzle contains mostly character names with a few actor names. There are some words that aren’t names, but rather have something to do with the T.V. show The Flash. I love this show and think that Grant Gustin (Barry Allen a.k. The Flash) is completely adorkable! If you haven’t watched the show you need to.
As far as framework puzzles go, this one is pretty simple. There are two different puzzle files for download. The only difference is the “small print” download is on 1 sheet with smaller boxes where the “medium print” download is on 2 sheets with larger boxes for the answers.
And of course, the answers.