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Harry Potter Marshmallow & Butterbeer Popcorn Recipe

Eating butter beer popcorn is more fun in a Harry Potter popcorn box. Perfect for any Harry Potter Party.
Harry Potter Marshmallow and butterbeer popcorn recipe
When October rolls around, I love the pumpkins and October festivities. For quite a few years, we've added Harry Potter as part of our Halloween festivities. Such as my Monster Book of Monsters, Dobby House Elf Baby Costume, DIY Harry Potter Chopstick Wands, Harry Potter Textbooks and many more - click HERE.
Harry Potter Marshmallow and Butterbeer Popcorn Recipe
I'm joining in with a few other bloggers for a popcorn box challenge. We were sent some supplies and a popcorn box and we had to upcycle it in anyway we like. So of course, I decided to do a Harry Potter box with my kiddos help. 
Harry potter popcorn box felt and googly eyes
What's better than delicious sweet popcorn to go inside the box. I added a twist to my favorite Marshmallow Popcorn recipe to make it more like Harry Potter.  This popcorn is delicious and everyone's favorite:

Harry Potter Marshmallow & Butter beer Popcorn Recipe 

  • 1 Microwave bag of popcorn (or a batch of air popped popcorn)
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 2 Tbsp. honey 
  • 12-14 marshmallows
  • 1 tsp butter extract
  • 1/2 cup butterscotch chips 
  • 1/4 cup milk chocolate chips. 
  1.  Pop your popcorn. After it's popped, add your butterscotch chips and chocolate chips to the popcorn. 
  2.  Melt butter in sauce pan then add brown sugar, honey, marshmallows, vanilla and butter extract. Mix until bubbly. 
  3. Pour mixture over the popcorn and mix. 

harry potter marshmallow and butterbeer popcorn recipe
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Harry Potter Marshmallow and butterbeer popcorn recipe

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DIY Dragon Kids Costume Fire Breathing Mouth

Inspired by the picture book Dragon Love Tacos, this fire breathing dragon mouth is perfect to go with a dragon costume for a kids costume or just for dragon fun cosplay. Thanks to Oriental Trading for partnering with us for this post. 
fire breathing dragon mask for kids dragon costume dragons love tacos
As soon as we started seeing Halloween costumes in the store in August, my kids started talking about what they wanted to be. While my oldest really wants to be spider man, my 4 year old decided he wanted to be a dragon. 

Marble Pumpkins Decorations Lanterns and Fall Front Porch Decoration

Fall is a wonderful time of year full of pumpkins and crisp air. These DIY marble pumpkin designs are perfect for Autumn to use inside or outside as front porch decoration. They are can be customize to any color. Thanks to Oriental Trading for supplying a few of these fun Fall Decoration Items. 
DIY farm fall front porch decoration with marble pumpkins and lanterns
I love fall. The change of weather from hot to crisp and warm air, the changing leaves, but I especially love pumpkin decorations and pumpkin deserts. As soon as September hits, I start scouting out the local thrift and dollar stores for fake pumpkins to make over. Go HERE for to see my marbelizing pumpkin tutorial from last year. 

Toddler Train Engineer Halloween Costume made out of Cardboard Box

This fun Halloween Train Costume was easy to put together. The actual train was made out of cardboard diaper boxes, duck tape and spray paint. 
Toddler Train Conductor Halloween Costume made out of cardboard box
I shared a bit ago HERE my little girl's Hermione little witch toddler costume. Well, I talked about how my second son decided he wanted to be a train conductor, so my husband made him a train out of cardboard boxes and I painted it black, gold and red for him. He was unofficially the hogwarts express.

Taking Care of Baby and Babysitting Info with Printable Sheets

This blog has been compensated by Collective Bias, inc and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SimplyBonding #CollectiveBias. 
Leave your baby without worrying. See below a list of all my baby essentials to keep in a container to leave for the husband or babysitter to find everything. Plus, download a free Babysitting printable.
Free babysitting printables for date night
Having a new little baby in our home really is the best thing in the world. He makes everyone happy and is loved by all. It's amazing how such a helpless little person can be so easy to love by everyone.

Easy DIY Little Witch Hermione Toddler Halloween Costume

This is an easy DIY little witch Hermione toddler costume perfect to quickly pull together with things in the closet. Make her little brother a train conductor of the Hogwarts Express to complete the duo.Easy DIY Little Witch Hermione Baby Girl Halloween Costume
In the middle of August, Costco was already carrying costumes. I couldn't believe it, but of course that immediately got my kiddos thinking about Halloween. But now it's the middle of September and Halloween is SO much closer than I realized. 

DIY Fabric Magnets

These fabric button magnets are crazy easy to make and they look super fun on the any magnet board. Plus they have strong magnets so they hold up well. 

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Color Blocked Stained Wood Bead Garland

This color blocked stained wood bead garland was fun to make and easy to customize in any colors to match your home or apartment. String it on the mantle or use as party decor. Thanks to Consumer Crafts for sponsoring this post!
color blocked stained wood bead garland diy tutorial acrylic paint and stain
When we moved into our house, we painted all the walls this whitish gray neutral color. We figured it that if we wanted color, we can it with decor items (which are much easier to change than wall color). Like my Lamp Revamp with colorful fabric or adding a colorful belt to our kitchen clock
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