Making a Hogwarts Acceptance Letter for a friend?
Question by Loose Lips Sink Ships: Making a Hogwarts Acceptance Letter for a friend?
So my best friend has finally given in and read Harry Potter, something she should have done years ago. She’s 17 and claims she just ‘wasn’t interested’. Now she’s obsessed and I kind of want to mess with her and brighten her day a little bit by making this letter. I have taken the exact wording from the real letter for this fake one. For the first piece of paper saying she’s been accepted, I have typed it all out on a typewriter, except the part where it’s Prof. McGonagall’s signature, which I have done in green calligraphy, like the book says it is. The second piece of paper is the list of what is needed for incoming students, I have done this entirely in green calligraphy. Both pieces of paper have been soaked in coffee grounds and water to give it a brownish color, then placed in the oven until it got crispy looking like parchment. I have done the same to an envelope (adressed to her full name with her address in a similar manner as Harry’s, instead of room under the stairs it would be like bedroom above the living room or something) which I will place both pieces of paper in.
I want to get a red candle and drip the wax onto the envelope and then brandish it with a wooden stamp like seal with the outline of the Hogwarts crest. Then I am going to stick it in her mailbox for her to find.
Does this sound fun/realistic and accurate? Anything else I could add? I’m not normally good at this kind of stuff and I want it to be as awesome as possible!
Answer by Olivia
Tape it to a stuffed owl’s beak.
I would love to have a friend like you. This is amazing.
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