It’s been a little while since I’ve shown some Potter love, so today, in celebration of the first book’s 20th anniversary, I’m bringing the love back with one of my latest embroidery pieces.
A while back, I gave you a preview of this little guy and the painstakingly slow process I was undergoing to get him stitched up to completion.
At this point, I am VERY happy to announce that this embroidery has reached completion and the niffler’s belly and feet are no longer devoid of thread! Despite the amount of time it took to get it done, it was well worth the effort. (It’s pretty darn cute, if I do say so myself).
I mean, c’mon just look at that face…
Aside from representing outstanding cuteness, the niffler also stands as a reminder to the future of the Potter universe. Those of you who, like me, grew up with this story know that it is so much more than just a book series; it’s an artifact of our childhood. For me, it’s also been a constant source of inspiration – showing me that magic is real in friendship, love and story.
It’s also amazing to see the love so strong after 20 years, with young fans all over the world now enjoying these books and films the same way that we did, as if they were just now being released for the first time all over again.
Here’s to the last 20 years and the future that Fantastic Beasts will bring us!
For the first time in forever…we have news regarding “Frozen 2!” In case you missed it, Disney announced the film’s release date on Twitter this Tuesday.
Yep, you read it right – we still have over two years of waiting before the sequel hits theaters! While that seems like a ridiculously long time to wait, we know that the end product will be totally worth it.
In the meantime, here’s some “Frozen” fan art to tide you over:
The magic is back: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them releases on DVD today! The last four months have certainly dragged – but we all know that it was well worth the wait.
Even though I know you’re very busy, out frantically shopping for your copy and consequently watching the film overandoverandover again, I’d like to take a minute and share with you my latest Beasts piece.
We all remember Dougal the Demiguise right? The crazy, kind of scary but also incredibly cute creature that can turn invisible and see the future? If not, here’s a quick memory jogger:
He’s also the first Beast alluded to in the film, as our first look at Newt Scamander shows him speaking to Dougal through his magical case:
This sketch was one of the first I completed upon receiving my Prismacolor pencil set and I was having a lot of fun combining grey and purple tones.
I’m liken to think it has character – very much like the character as a matter of fact!
But that’s enough about me – get the popcorn going, it’s time to re-watch this film!