This Diagon Alley Window Display is just amazing.
It was created by my cute cousin Chantel and is just about as creative as it gets! She kindly said I could share it on the internet.
It was expertly put together and is full of fun and spooky details.
Chantel and I’s families love Harry Potter.
In fact, my kids really wanted to be Harry Potter characters for Halloween this year. My son was Harry, my oldest girl was Hermoine, and my baby was Hedwig.
So, it was fun when I told them that we could go visit “Diagon Alley”. They got dressed up in their costumes and we went for a visit.
They loved peering into the window to see all the amazing objects and items.
Chantel and her husband, Bryan, said that neighbor kids were often stopping by to peer into the window and spot all sorts of neat items one could buy in Diagon Alley.
Introducing Scale and Bone a Diagon Alley Shop
The shop “Scale and Bone” an Apothecary and Inn in Diagon Alley sells many rare objects and oddities and has cures for every ail.
We pride ourselves to be the only shop in Diagon Alley with an authentic dragon skull. This skull is bewitched to constantly smoke hot air out of its nostrils.
Do not miss out on the purchasing of a black crow or its feathers for one of the spells in our most famous of all of the wizarding books.
You may purchase venomous viper skin or tarantula legs for your DIY potions.
Or you can save yourself time with the purchase of pre-dried herbs and pre-made potions.
We know that Professor Snape would not approve, but you’re not in Hogwarts anymore…
These are great conveniences to purchase while in Diagon Alley.
At Scale and Bone, one can purchase the latest design of brooms and skulls from the relatively-recently-deceased.
Dragon eggs are a rare find, but for the right price, you could go home with one.
In the Lobby, you are sure to be greeted by black crows and the lady in brown who haunts the mirror.
Fortunes can be read by Professor Trelawney’s of Hogwarts cousin, Augustus. He is the great-great grandson of a genuine Seer, Cassandra Trelawney and for an “astronomical-price” will tell you your future.
Professor Snape’s required list of reading materials and other potion books are always in stock.
Front and center of our main display you are able to see the skeletal hand that grabbed Harry Potter and drug him into the waters of the horcrux cave…of course Harry survived. He was rescued by Albus Dumbledore.
These are just a few of the treasures, oddities, and services offered at Scale and Bone in Diagon Alley. Don’t forget to visit next time you are in town.
And please be sure to make a withdrawal at Gringots bank before you stop in.
Thanks, Chantel for the darling and creative Diagon Alley Display!!
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