Introduction: Make Your Own Quibbler Magazine
Hey everyone, this is my Instructable on making your very own Quibbler! The Quibbler is a magazine which features in the book and movie series Harry Potter. Xenophilius Lovegood and Luna Lovegood (now Luna Scamander) are both contributors to this magazine. It is really easy to make, and won't take you long. It has amazing results that kids and adults alike will love. You could use it as a prop or decoration at a party, or just to keep. Enjoy!:)
Step 1: What You'll Need
Here are a list of items of which you will need:
- A colour printer (and a lot of ink)
- Paper/glossy paper
- Stapler (the finished product is quite thick so I recommend a long armed stapler)
- Glue/doubled sided option on your printer
- PDF viewer or PowerPoint (your computer should automatically view PDFs anyway)
- About 45 minutes, depending if you print double-sided
You're now ready to start!
Step 2: Print Pages
In PowerPoint and PDF I have gathered the pages of January 2011's Quibbler. Print them out as usual, with glossy paper or plain printer A4 paper, double sided or not.
The first one below, named 'Quibbler' is the PowerPoint and the PDF is just below it. From there, print out your pages.
Step 3: Page Assembly
If you have printed in double sided, skip this step:)
If not, check your pages are in the right order, then glue your pages together using pritt stick or PVA glue. Allow it to dry.
Step 4: Stapling Together
Staple the pages together using a long-armed stapler. If you're using a normal stapler, I recommend stapling it in the same spot at the front and at the back for security.I stapled mine in three different spots along the edge.
Step 5: Done!
Now that your Quibbler is done, have fun with it! There are puzzles inside for you to complete, and plenty of information to keep you occupied. All you need is a pair of spectrespecs so you can see wrackspurts! Make your own here at http://diyfashion.about.com/od/maskandmasquerade/s...
Enjoy your Quibbler and thanks for reading! :)
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