Did you know that Harry Potter’s birthday is July 31st? In honor of HP’s birthday month, we have a whole lineup of Harry P projects coming your way this month! And to start us off- MINI HONEYDUKES (from the Harry Potter Party)!
I will be honest- this mini Honeydukes took forever to put together. Just so many treats and so much packaging to assemble. Though- y’all directly benefit from all this effort because there are a heap of free printables to follow.
Our Honeydukes set up included-
–printable Chocolate Frog boxes (we put candy frogs inside)
–Berties Botts printable boxes (we put JellyBellies in these printable boxes)
–Honeydukes printable logo (we put this on all sorts of treats- large lollipops, Ikea chocolate bars, licorice wands, treat boxes, etc!)
Other Harry Potter Honeydukes treats we served (and their free printable labels) –
-“Cauldron Cakes” (hostess cupcakes in chinese takeout boxes)
-“Fizzing Whizzbies” (sour gummy squares)
-“Lemon Drops” (lemon sours in plastic bags)
-“Acid Pops” (tootsie roll pops dipped in karo syrup and then dipped in pop rocks)
-“Honeydukes Chocolate” (Ikea chocolate bars with Honeydukes labels)
-“Pepper Imps” (peppermint sticks, packaged in plastic bags)
-“Cockroach Clusters” (chocolate clusters wiht nuts and caramel)
-“Licorice Wands” (licorice in fry boxes with Honeydukes labels)
-“Chocolate Peppermint Sticks” (chocolate peppermint sticks in parchment bags)
After gathering all the treats (and the packaging I already had on hand), it seemed easiest just to create my own labels for all of the treats we served. And now I’m sharing them with you!
Our mini-Honeydukes = my favorite (ok, ok, I loved the whole Harry Potter party).
OTHER HARRY POTTER GOODNESS-
The most magical Harry Potter Party (and a free Harry Potter printable photo scavenger hunt)
How to make mandrake cupcakes (with free printable labels)
How to make Harry Potter pumpkin juice