hufflepuffery

Hand-carved wands and magical gifts

Pullman, Washington | 99 Sales

hufflepuffery

Hand-carved wands and magical gifts

Pullman, Washington 99 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (9)

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Announcement    COMING SOON ♦ Hogwarts acceptance letters ♦ Greeting cards & gifts for Father's Day ♦

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Last updated on May 14, 2019

COMING SOON ♦ Hogwarts acceptance letters ♦ Greeting cards & gifts for Father's Day ♦

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(9)
  • Melyssa on May 20, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    I had been searching for so long for a cherry wand and nothing was ever quite right. They were either too short, too long, or just didn’t feel like the one. I finally found this beautiful wand, which is not only the exact size and core as my chosen wand, but it also comes from a fellow Hufflepuff (some say coincidence, I say magic)! Even my Slytherin boyfriend was impressed, so I think it’s safe to say that Hufflepuffery can and should be recommended to everyone!

  • mcmbriz on May 1, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    Very easy to use and it c9mes out great!

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  • Jessica Pierce on Apr 30, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    This letter made a great party favor for my daughter's birthday! The kids were thrilled to receive their own, personalized Hogwarts letters!

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About

Imagination and magic for you

Hi, there! I'm Ing--the wandmaker and the one who started the Hufflepuffery shop.

My family of four has always loved fantasy and imaginative storytelling (Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, anime, superheroes, roleplaying games, etc.) and we all enjoy creative, artistic, and craft-related pursuits.

Life is better when there's imagination and magic in it--which is why we are making all these Hufflepuffery things for you.

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Shop members

  • Ing

    Owner, Maker, Marketer

    I'm a fantasy nerd and tabletop roleplaying gamer from way back. I started carving wands years ago, when my son wanted help making one. Recently I've been learning graphic design and making the printables you'll also see in the shop.

  • Malinda

    Owner, Customer Service

    I've always been interested in crafts, games, and creating things. I have taught scrapbooking classes and designed my own home decorations. I love creative coloring with Copic markers. And I foster kittens for the local Humane Society.

  • Olivia

    Designer

    Olivia is our artist. She's the creator of our cute Hufflepuffery mascot in the shop banner.

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Last updated on Jan 25, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

We can customize and personalize some of our products. Check the individual listing to see if customization or personalization are available.

I'm currently unable to customize or personalize wands (however, the certificate that comes with each wand *is* personalizable; put a request in the Note to Seller during checkout).

Care instructions

If your wand gets wet, wipe it dry. If it gets dirty, clean it with a damp cloth (you can add a drop of soap to the cloth for more cleaning power). Any polish or cleaner that's okay to use on wood furniture should be okay to use on your wand.

Don't leave your wand outdoors or immerse it in water. Don't use solvents or abrasive cleaners, as they'll damage the finish.

Wands are durable, meant to be handled and used--but remember that even though they’re magic, they're still just small sticks of wood, and can be broken if misused or accidentally sat on or stepped on.

What are your wands made of?

I make my wands from solid wood. Some of them may include embellishments such as beading wire, leather, or string/fiber.

The wood is sustainably sourced from pruning, deadfalls, and reclaimed wood. Much of it comes from trees on our family's property.

I carve every wand 100% by hand--no turning on a lathe, no spindle sanders or belt sanders, no machinery at all. Just knives, files, and sandpaper. Because I work with actual tree branches (instead of dowels or prepared blanks), you will often see knots and natural variations in the wood. I like to work with the natural shape of the branch as much as possible.

They are finished with a coat of durable urethane varnish that stands up to frequent handling and should last for many years.