Introduction: Harry Potter Golden Snitch EOS

Learn how to make a Golden Snitch EOS that any Harry Potter or JK Rowling fan would love to have!

It makes a perfect gift for him, her, a friend, or really any member of Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, or Slytherin!

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MATERIALS

EOS

Crayons (Yellow and Gold)

Edible gold glitter

Gold Acrylic Paint

Feathers

E6000 Glue

Step 1: Watch Video!

Step 2: Remove Center of EOS Crate

Carefully use a sharp object (e.g. box cutter) to remove the inner crate.

Step 3: Scrape Out Lip Balm

Step 4: Add Crayons

Add yellow and gold crayons depending on the color of gold you want your EOS to be. A small amount goes a long way.

Step 5: Melt It Down

Step 6: Add Edible Glitter

Step 7: Pop Middle Crate Back In

Step 8: Pour in Melted Mixture

Step 9: Screw on Other Side and Paint With Gold Paint

You'll likely want to do two coats of gold paint

Step 10: Paint Feathers Gold

Step 11: Cut Off One Side of Feather

Step 12: Secure Wings With E6000 Glue

Place supports under the wings so it dries

Step 13: All Done!

Comments

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Slippery arm (author)2016-06-21

Love it

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Thank you! :)

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Fallking (author)2016-06-21

cool beans

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Thanks! :)

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smileydude3 (author)2016-06-22

Wow I thought you were only going to do the outside but no! Impressive.

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:D Thank you!

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J-the-maker (author)2016-06-24

This is really cool! Being a HUGE Harry Potter fan, I find this really cool; the fact that you used a EOS thing that opens ties into ~I open at the close~.
Well done!

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hehe thank you! :)

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