“I must not tell lies” & “Turn to page 394” Chalkboard Ornaments and Flying keys

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While prowling in the Dollar Tree I came across these adorable little chalkboard clothespins. They are part of the new Crafter’s Square line.

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I immediately thought of making little tree ornaments. I thought about it about a half a second and they were destined for a tribute to an iconic Severus Snape quote from Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban; “Turn to page 394”.

By the time I checked out and got to the car I thought I’d make “I must not tell lies” from Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix ones as well. I thought this would be such a cute addition to the tree this year.

The UPC for the chalkboard clothespins is 639277837394.

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It’s the same process as the signs I’ve made here:

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Once I got home I broke out the trusty Cricut and created a stencil in Cricut Design Space™. You could write them by hand, but I wanted it to be uniform across the board.

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I used vinyl material and weeded out the letters and this was essentially done. I stippled silver acrylic paint for the 394 quote and naturally a red acrylic paint for the “I must not tell lies”.

Simply allow them to dry (touch up as needed) and they are done and ready to hang on your tree. Another alternative is to make a wreath. I will display mine on a wreath until I can get our tree set up in a few weeks.

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The flying keys on this wreath were made by printing dragonfly wings (files below) onto vellum printable paper. I suggest leaving the wings connected in the center (it is easier to attach them). You can cut them out by hand or use Cricut Design Space™. Then, just hot glue the wings onto the keys. I hot glued them to this wreath, but I also tie a ribbon around some to hang on the tree as well. Joe made the wings a rainbow gradient to make them look more iridescent

The little brooms and keys I got off of Amazon. I used smaller keys on the wreath.

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Happy Crafting

Cheers! Sarah

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