It’s no secret that I’m a huge Harry Potter fan. For my birthday last week, I was really happy to receive a HP audiobook (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: the illustrated edition. I gladly added them to my collection.

Here are great Harry Potter Etsy finds I’m currently dreaming about!

  1. Stickers for your bullet journal:

2. Possibly the best crossover ever:

3. Imagine the HP books with a sloth as the main character. Hum…

4. For Potterheads and tea lovers:

5. A t-shirt from your favourite drink:

6. Oh, the feels!

7. Transportation at its best:

8. Hogwarts, the most magical place on heart:

9. I know this is controversial, but I’m glad Hermione ended up with Ron.

10. In case you need a lucky charm:

11. A magical world that you can take everywhere with you.

12. The deathly hallows on a cup:

13. The dream team:

14. A Harry Potter Rubik’s cube, because of course!

15. A pretty cup with our favourite owl:

16. You can pick your favourite character and carry it with you.

17. Not to get lost once you get there.

18. Apparently, Chewbacca is a Hufflepuff.

19. The most appropriate glass for your butterbeer:

20. Because Hermione knows what she’s talking about:

21. I hope this polyjuice will taste better than the original.

22. Pronunciation is key:

23. Hogsmeade: the only all-wizarding village in Britain.

24. A pretty Hedwige necklace:

25. For the coolest children’s room ever:

26. Dumbledore and his temptress:

27. Harry and his surrogate parents:

28. There’s always hope:

29. Embrace your inner weirdo.

30. The glasses and the scar, and we know who it is.

31. For your stray socks:

32. Nobody’s too old for its letter.

Now, I have to remind myself I can’t buy them all.

Have a great day 🙂



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My name is Isabelle (Zaza for the few people who knew me way back then). I am writing to you from my pink office in Montréal, Québec. As a French literature graduate, I soon realized that teaching was not for me and I am now working in an office. I love mountains, trees, soup, and books. In recent years, my passion for food grew bigger and bigger. As a result, I am now going out of my comfort zone in the kitchen and trying to be more adventurous. I invite you to follow me on my journey to learn new techniques, conquer desserts and find exquisite recipes. Along the way, I plan to share what excites me, may it be a newly discovered restaurant, book, artist or Etsy find.


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