Our Guide to Building the Sets
From: Alex “Dumbledore” Seretis
Dear Harry Potter Fan
If you’ve been dreaming of a magical feast in the Great Hall but you thought that it was just that a dream. Think again…
I can show you exactly how I did it in my Harry Potter Party Ideas guide to The Sets.
When we decided that we would have a Harry Potter party for my son Leon’s 21st birthday I didn’t know where to
start so I googled “Harry Potter Party Ideas”. Yes there’s lots of parties for kids using cheesy store bought or home
made decorations and pin the tail on Wormtail games but we wanted a party for grown ups.
There were some parties where they have made a Platform 9 3/4 entry and put a few props in different rooms of the
house. But that just didn’t seem enough and it wasn’t what we had in mind.
We wanted to feel like we were actually in the Great Hall, to create the illusion of being at Hogwarts. An illusion
so convincing that even smart mouth teens and skeptical adults could forget reality and be transported to night of
So I set out to completely transform my patio into the Great Hall.
And I had to do it in the most economical way as I didn’t have a big budget.
I pondered for hours about the best way to construct the set…..
I spent days playing around with polystyrene foam and trying to make it look like real stone.
I spent hours searching photos of stone windows and castle doors, trying to work out how I could use them in my
set… How could I do it so you looked through the window and saw the black lake.
How was I going to display my props, how could get that other world feeling so well created in the movies with
magical clutter and musty old tomes. I wasn’t a set designer.
It took me months but finally I had my set and I can show you exactly how I did it, how to avoid the mistakes I
made so you save time and money.
I’m going to take you by the hand and walk you though the whole process from beginning to end. I’m going to
share with you all my tips and tricks so you get straight to it and get a great result just like I did.
All that you need is some very basic wood working skills. If you can hit a nail, use a handsaw and utility knife
you too can build your own Hogwarts Great Hall.
I’ll even explain how to adapt the set so that you can put inside or outside and fit it to the size of your party space.
I’ll show you every step with photos and diagrams so you will know exactly what to do as well as the right way to do
No matter where you live, no matter if you use the US Imperial measurements or the metric system I’ve got you
covered so you can follow along and get the same result I did.
If I had to draw my own design for something I’ve given you a template so you don’t have to do any of the design
You don’t have to work out how your going to hold up the set with out damaging a wall. You don’t have to design a
door that actually opens, I’ve done it all for you.
In the Sets Guide you get:
|Detailed instructions so that anyone can follow along and build what I built|
Well there’s really nothing like my guide for building a Hogwarts set anywhere so I could easily charge $67 even
$47 would not be unreasonable for 150 pages+ guide on building a set.
But don’t worry I want this guide to be available at a price that affordable for anyone.
And right now I’m offering my guide at a special introductory price:
|The Sets and The Owl||The Sets & The Props||The Sets,The Props,& The Owl|
So there is no reason not to buy guide right now. It’s available to download straight to your computer right away
anytime of the day or night. You start working towards building your own Great Hall today.
What are you waiting for I’ve already done all the hard work, now all you need to do is download my guide and
you’ll be well on the way to your own Ultimate Harry Potter Party.
Just click the order button above for instant access anytime of the day or night.
Alex (Dumbledore) Seretis