This die-cut title I found at a scrapbook store in Branson, MO. I didn't have any more store, brick papers so had to make my own with chalk ink and a stencil. Got most of the info for the journaling online. Stamped date and some on bg cardstock
Journaling - Hogwarts castle is an iconic feature of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and overlooks the village of Hogsmeade. Fact is you can't miss it. It is quite remarkable. It houses Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and the “Forbidden Journey” ride - which is on our “to do” list. According to the Harry Potter books, Hogwarts Castle is a large, seven-storey high building supported by magic, with a hundred and forty two staircases throughout its many towers and turrets and very deep dungeons. The castle was built in the late Early Middle Ages (c. 993) by a wizard architect and the four most celebrated wizards of the age: Godric Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Rowena Ravenclaw and Salazar Slytherin. The castle is supported by magic (unable to be maintained or constructed by any other means) - a good example being the moving staircases, a feature contributed by one of the four Hogwarts founders, Rowena Ravenclaw. Due to its extremely advanced age and the sheer amount of magic present in or around it, the castle is implied to have developed some form of sentience or awareness, such as when it sealed the Headmaster's Tower against Dolores Umbridge in 1996, and the various trick steps and false doors.