Have you ever wondered what your patronus would be if you lived in Harry Potter’s world? Wonder no more with this fun and free Harry Potter printable fortune teller printable!

Have you ever wondered what your patronus would be if you lived in Harry Potter's world?  Wonder no more with this fun and free Harry Potter printable fortune teller printable!

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If you are a Harry Potter fan–and I assume you are since you’re here–then you know that July 31st is Harry Potter’s birthday. And what better month to share a Harry Potter printable with you than July? It’s always fun for me to put myself into these stories and my kids love to imagine with me.

In the third book, we find out that Harry Potter’s patronus is a stag. Later in the series, we learn the patronus of various other characters in the book. One day we were talking about what we would want our patronus to be and it got me thinking: what if I made a Harry Potter patronus fortune teller? And that’s exactly what I did.

Have you ever wondered what your patronus would be if you lived in Harry Potter's world?  Wonder no more with this fun and free Harry Potter printable fortune teller printable!

How to Get Your {FREE} Harry Potter Patronus Fortune Teller Printable

To print off the fortune teller, you simply need to enter your email below and it will be sent to you as an easy to print PDF file.

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How to Fold Your Fortune Teller

  1. Print off as many copies of the fortune teller as needed. I recommend using regular printer paper. Anything thicker will be hard to fold.
  2. Use scissors or a paper trimmer to cut the fortune teller on the outside black line ONLY. You will end up with a square.
  3. Flip the fortune teller over so you see the white side. Choose one corner and fold it into the middle along the diagonal line.
  4. Repeat for the other three corners.
  5. Flip the fortune teller over again so you can see the “patronus”. Choose one corner and fold it into the middle along the diagonal line.
  6. Repeat for the other three corners.
  7. Fold the fortune teller horizontally, as seen in the image below. Then turn it 90 degrees and fold horizontally again.
  8. Push the folded points in towards each other so you can see the outside of the fortune teller (with the words “Slytherin”, “Griffindor”, “Hufflepuff” and “Ravenclaw”.

*NOTE* If you’re having trouble with the written instructions above, you can refer to the Encanto Fortune Teller for step by step photo instructions.

Looking for another fun Harry Potter craft? Check out my Harry Potter Hogsmeade Christmas Tree Farm SVG post. Or you can find the Harry Potter word search printable to give to your kids to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday month. *wink*

Want even more Harry Potter ideas? Check out the Harry Potter crafts my friends have put together below! And remember to enter the giveaway for the Harry Potter prize pack at the bottom if you haven’t already.

10 magical Harry Potter craft projects and printables

Laura of Me and My INKlings is sharing a Room of Requirement Sign. Located in Hogwarts Castle, it’s a room that can only be discovered by someone who is in need. Free SVG File included in tutorial.

Let Harry, Ron, and Hermione hold your place with a Magnetic Set of Bookmarks created by Laura of Laura’s Crafty Life. Click through to discover how to make them.

Show your Hogwarts House Colors with a colorful set of Harry Potter DIY Scrunchies. The full step-by-step tutorial can be found over at Smitha’s site, Smiling Colors.

Shani of Sunshine and Munchkins has created a Free Printable Patronus Fortune Teller. Let this game help you discover what your charm is based upon your happiest memories.

Download, print, and color Harry Potter Movie Night Printables featuring Hogsmeade Tickets and Gringott’s Coins that the kiddos can earn, then redeem. Designed by the clever Justine of Little Dove.

Erica from 5 Little Monsters always keeps us in stitches (LOL!) with her fabulous creations. Free this adorable Crocheted House Elf Dobby by gifting him a piece of clothing. Click through for the complete pattern.

Always remember that the Wand Chooses the Wizard with this cute Harry Potter Mug created by Chelly of We Can Make That. Get the Free SVG file on her website.

No Harry Potter birthday party is complete without a DIY Flying Broom photo booth prop. You will never guess what Debra from Debra Quartermain Designs has made this one out of!

Beth of Creatively Beth is always on the lookout for cute Dollar Tree crafts, including these magical Harry Potter Flying Keys. Easy to create with the free printable wing pattern sheet.

These yummy Chocolate Frog Earrings look good enough to eat, but don’t because they are made out of resin. Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama has the complete tutorial over on her blog.

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