How to Make the Sorcerer's Stone

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Intro: How to Make the Sorcerer's Stone

The Sorcerer's Stone is a very important object in the first movie of Harry Potter. Thats why I have tried to accomplish making this magical object. Since I have succeeded in making the Sorcerer's Stone, I feel that you should also have your very own. I have also put mine on a necklace, you do not have do to this step.

Step 1: Materials

You will need: 
                           A pack of Ruby coloured jewls, that are oddly shaped
                           Hot Glue Gun
                           Black Paint
                           Paper Towls

Step 2: Body

What you will do is make the actual stone. All you do is start hot glueing the jewls together, remember the stone is suppose to be oddly shaped

Step 3: Finishing Touch

The last part is simple, put black paint here and there around the stone. Then you get a wet paper towl and rub the stone, but be careful not to rub the paint fully off. The stone is suppose to look beat up because it has been around for a long time

Step 4: Necklace

To put your Sorcerer's Stone on a necklace you must find a chain or an old, athletic, stretchy headband. Then you hot glue the necklace to stone, make sure you also go over the necklace so the necklace has no way out.

Step 5: The End

Have Fun with your "new" Sorcerer's Stone!

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candemarina

1 year ago

Awesome replica! If you don't want to or can't find the right stones, you could make some Borax or Epson salt crystals! This way turned out better for me because I was too lazy to find the right stones but either way it would be cool.

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kiwi16877

7 years ago on Introduction

Where do you get the gems? I went to Joanns and they weren't there! Please reply as soon as possible! P.S. SOOO AWESOME!

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CassidyNkiwi16877

Reply 2 years ago

http://www.amazon.com/Pounds-Acrylic-Table-Scatters-IpartyWarehouse/dp/B007L55782

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LadyBarbara

5 years ago on Introduction

I have been searching for odd shaped jewels at Michaels and local craft stores can not find help I will try mine with a mini light with a secret space to turn it on and off with a pin

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CassidyNLadyBarbara

Reply 2 years ago

http://www.amazon.com/Pounds-Acrylic-Table-Scatters-IpartyWarehouse/dp/B007L55782

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CassidyNtjrmaster

Reply 2 years ago

http://www.amazon.com/Pounds-Acrylic-Table-Scatters-IpartyWarehouse/dp/B007L55782

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KayjayUKtjrmaster

Reply 2 years ago

Correct, it was more like a lump of resin that was used to give adhesion to belt drives. Possibly more like a lump of quartz

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luvs2skt

8 years ago on Introduction

I cannot believe no one has commented on this! This is so GREAT!!! I've been looking at red stones online for a long time and luckily I have never found the right one to be my "Sorcerer's Stone" This looks perfect! Can't wait to make one instead of buying one! I think you just saved me A LOT of $$$$

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Only in the U.S. It was originally, and still is in European countries, The Philosophers Stone. Because Philosopher there is Sorcerer here.

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KayjayUKTheGeek1984

Reply 2 years ago

This quite correct, it was changed to Sorcerers only in the US because it was decided by the publisher that US readers wouldn't know what a Philosopher is. This thinking was extended to the film when it was released in the US so it had the same title as the US version of the book.