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Free Printable Spell Book Cover and Potion Labels

Free Printable Spell Book Cover and Potion Labels - fast and easy Halloween decorations!

Time to cook up some spells this Halloween! We can’t do that without our spell book and potions, right? Use this free printable spell book cover and potion labels to complete your Halloween decorating – and cast a spell or two!

Grunt Labor is totally weirded out by my love for witches, ghosts and such. If I’m reading a book about any sort of spooky thing like that, I usually catch him rolling his eyes a time or two.

Luckily, he’s let me drag him through ghost tours in Savannah and Marie Laveau’s grave in New Orleans.

I have loved witches and ghosts ever since I can remember, even as a little kid. They’ve never scared me, only intrigued me.

This Halloween with my decorations, I really went for more authentic-like spooky decor, rather than cutesy stuff. I have a few cute things here and there, but I really upped the legit spooky factor this year – this spell book and potion vignette being one of those things…

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Spell Book Cover and Potion Labels Printable Files

P.S. I had a really bad lighting situation going on when I photographed this, so just overlook the graininess of some of these photos!

I took a little corner in our entryway and created this little Halloween nook. I bought “potion bottles” and then created the labels. I’m offering these labels as a free printable if you’re one of my email subscribers.

Potion Labels Free Printables

Why yes, that is real bat blood. Not Karo syrup mixed with red food coloring. 

And powdered werewolf bone. It doesn’t taste like flour at all.

That monster mash….oh my. It tastes slightly familiar though – maybe water mixed with green food coloring?

The snake venom. Very syrupy…perhaps with a little yellow coloring.

And the grave dirt. Who knew we had a grave right in our front flower bed?

You can also snag the Spells, Enchantments and Curses printable spell book cover for free as an email subscriber as well.

Spell Book Cover Free Printable

A girl who loves witches and spells as much as I do, needs a proper spell book, right? 😉

How to Get the Printable Potion Labels + Spell Book Cover

To get access to my Printable Library, which contains both the potion labels and the spell book cover, you’ll need to be a subscriber of Rain on a Tin Roof. If you aren’t already a subscriber, you can subscribe here now.

Printable Potion Labels and Spell Book Cover

Once you sign up and confirm your subscription, you’ll get a confirmation email. In that email are instructions for accessing the printable library to get these free printables and other free printables.

Already a subscriber? Look at the bottom of the last email you received from me. There, you should find instructions for accessing the printable library.

Tips for Printing the Potion Labels

Free Printable Potion Labels

There are actually three more surprise potion labels included on the printable that I didn’t use on my potion bottles, so there ya go!

I suggest printing the labels out on a piece of card stock, then just cut out around the labels.

I took a piece of jute twine, positioned it in a half circle behind the label, then hot-glued both ends to the back of the label to make it where I could hang the labels on the bottles.

Tips for Printing the Spell Book Cover

Free Printable Spell Book Cover

The spell book cover is designed to be printed out on a piece of 8 1/2″ x 14″ legal size paper. Also, mine printed out lighter than what the design shows, so just be aware of that.

The trick to the spell book cover is finding a book that it best fits around. Cut the cover out after you print it, then grab a few books and see which one fits the cover best. The book I used still shows some of the front cover’s edges and didn’t wrap entirely around the back of the book, but that didn’t matter since it doesn’t show. To hold the cover in place, I just put tape on the back of the cover and taped it to the book.

Happy Spell Casting!

Looking for more fun Halloween decorating ideas?

Simple DIY Halloween Decorations – all my favorite (and super easy!) Halloween decor ideas!

Easy DIY Dollar Tree Skull Candleholder– such a fun piece to make and one of my favorites!

DIY Skull Drink Stirrers in Five Minutes– super easy and super fun for parties!

Double Double Toil and Trouble Free Printable Halloween Art – fire burn and cauldron bubble! You must have this to complete your Halloween spell casting scene!

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Free Printable Spell Book Cover and Potion Labels





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Halloween Printables: Potions Book

Print out your very own Potions Book! Perfect for your Halloween Decor or Halloween Party. Free Halloween Printables.

Halloween Potion Book


As promised, I am sharing a fun Halloween Printable today! I have always wanted to have a Halloween Potions Book to be able to display as part of our Halloween Apothecary, which I like to pull out every year.  I had looked around for one but only found ones that didn’t really fit what I had been picturing in my mind…Does that ever happen to you?

I always like things that look authentic, rather than plastic-y, so I finally decided it was time to try to make my own.  I am really happy with how it turned out!

DIY Halloween Potion Book


The first thing I did was head to the Thrift Store.  My on a mission to find some OLD looking books with a black hard cover.  I was looking for the standard size book so that I could make a cover that would fit it easily with a regular sheet of printer paper.  I found THREE books that were perfect.  The edges of the book paper was turning yellow and there were a few stains and tears…perfect for portraying a centuries old Poisons & Potions Book!

Halloween Potion spell book


You can see the other two books in the pictures.  I made another Spells and Enchantment Book that I will also be sharing a printable for! Yay!!

The Spells and Enchantments Book can be downloaded here:

Spells and Enchantment Book Cover

Halloween Potions


The Potions Book is really easy to make and literally just takes minutes to make.


1.  Print on  Regular White Paper (the front and back book covers).

2.  Cut around the book cover with scissors.

3.  Place the front cover on the front of your book and make sure you have enough paper to go around the back spine of your book so there is some overlap onto the back of the book.

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4.  Then fold the front cover around the front of the book.

5.  Take the back cover and glue it onto the folded portion of the front cover on the backside of the book.

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6.  Wrap the back of the book cover around the bottom flap of the book.

*I crumpled the book cover just a bit and added a couple of tiny tears to give the Potions Book a weathered look too.

That is it!! Easiest project ever!!!

Halloween Potion Book


I found the crow at the Dollar Store and knew he had to be a part of our Halloween Apothecary!  You can keep the bottles each year and then pull them out and add colored water or the fun and creepy insects which I have also found at the Dollar Store.  I was super excited to find some rubber earth worms from the Dollar Store as well this year!  The Love Potion #9 printable was from a Valentine’s Day post that I shared a while ago, but also can work for your Halloween Apothecary.

Halloween Potions book

I found some eyeball gumballs here on Amazon.  I will be sharing a post with another Halloween project using these same eyeball gum balls at a later time too…so stay tuned for that!

Potion Book

This spider is so cute…well…if spiders can be cute.  I made this by simply painting a flat round rock black and then gluing some bent bobby pin legs to the bottom of the spider!

Halloween Potion Book


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Halloween Potion Book

Did you see the Halloween Potion Ingredients that I shared yesterday? These would be a fun addition to your Halloween Decor as well!  Check them out!

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Accio (Summoning Charm)
Pronunciation: /ˈækioʊ/ ak-ee-oh -

Description: This charm summons an object to the caster, potentially over a significant distance.[4] Its opposite is the Banishing Charm.

(Age Line Spell)
Description: Creates a thin, shimmering line that can only be passed by people of a set age. Aging potions are useless against age lines. Incantation unknown. As
demonstrated by Fred and George Weasley, attempting to use an aging potion and stepping over the line appears to work, but moments later they are seen with grey hair and beards. It is unknown whether the ageing potion causes this alongside the age line spell.

Pronunciation: /ˌɑːɡwəˈmɛnti/ ah-gwə-men-tee
Description: Produces a jet of water from the caster's wand.

Pronunciation: /əˌloʊhəˈmɔərə/ ə-loh-hə-mohr-ə
Description: Used to open and/or unlock doors,[5] but doors can be bewitched so that this spell has no effect.

Pronunciation: /əˈnæpniːoʊ/ ə-nap-nee-oh
Description: Clears the target's airway, if blocked.

(Anti-Cheating Spell)
Description: Cast on parchment or quills to prevent the writer from cheating whilst writing answers.

(Anti-Disapparition Jinx)
Description: Used to prevent Disapparition and/or Apparition in an area for a period. Presumably can be used to prevent an enemy from entering a defended area, or used to trap an enemy in an area.

Pronunciation: /ˌæpəˈriːsiəm/ ap-ə-ree-see-əm
Description: This spell makes invisible ink appear.

Avada Kedavra (Killing Curse)
Pronunciation: /əˈvɑːdə kəˈdɑːvrə/ ə-vah-də kə-dah-vrə
Description: Causes instant, painless death to whomever the curse hits. There is no countercurse or method of blocking this spell; however, if someone sacrifices their life for someone else, the person who was saved will not encounter any adverse effects of any curses by the specific attacker (e.g. when Lily Potter sacrificed her life for Harry Potter at Voldemort's hands, Harry became immune to curses cast by Voldemort). One of the three Unforgivable Curses.
Survivors: Only two people in the history of the magical world are known to have survived the killing curse - Harry Potter and Voldemort; the latter was only saved by his horcruxes. Harry was hit twice directly. Phoenixes can also survive a killing curse. They burst into flame as they would do in old age and are reborn from the ashes. This occurred in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

Pronunciation: /ˈeɪvᵻs/ ay-vis
Description: This charm creates a flock of birds from the caster's wand. When coupled with Oppugno, it can be used offensively.
Seen/mentioned: Shown in Goblet of Fire, cast by Mr Ollivander to test Viktor Krum's wand.[GF Ch.18] In Half-Blood Prince, it is cast by Hermione, followed by Oppugno which causes the birds to attack Ron.[HBP Ch.14]



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Pwede rin kayo mag suggests ng spells na gusto niyong ipost.

And just follow Me, Dahil magpo-post din ako ng ADVANCED MAKING POTIONS BOOK.

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Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions

Tap into the magic all around you with Witchcraft, an illustrated guide to ancient potions, spells, chants, rituals, and incantations from around the world.

Learn how to form a spirit circle with coven members, what instruments you need for your craft, special conjurations for each day of the week, and hundreds of crafty spells and potions that will allow you to:
  • Banish headaches
  • Keep your home safe
  • Envision your future spouse
  • Win riches
  • Communicate with animals
  • Conceive a child
  • Summon the dead
  • Make it snow
  • Separate lovers
  • Know your future
  • And more!

Spells are conveniently organized by purpose: safekeeping spells, healing spells and potions, spells against enemies, counter-spells, luck and fortune spells, love and matchmaking spells, weather and earth spells, spells to cast on animals, power spells, and communing with the dead.

With stunning linoleum-cut illustrations by artist Melissa West that bring the magic of the past to life, this comprehensive compendium is also a delightful page-turner that’s full of unexpected treasures. Place it in a sacred place in your home—and make sure no enemies find it to access its inestimable powers!

The Mystical Handbook series from Wellfleet takes you on a magical journey through the wonderful world of spellcraft and spellcasting. Explore a new practice with each volume and learn how to incorporate spells, rituals, blessings, and cleansings into your daily routine. These portable companions feature beautiful foil-detail covers and color-saturated interiors on a premium paper blend.

Other books in the series include: Love Spells, Moon Magic, Moon Magic Journal, Knot Magic, Superstitions, House Magic, Herbal Magic, Book of Shadows, and Goddess Magic.

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Book potion spell

Book of Potions

2013 video game

Book of Potions (or Wonderbook: Book of Potions) is an augmented reality video game developed by London Studio in conjunction with J. K. Rowling and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment as a companion to the Harry Potter series and as a follow-up to the Wonderbook's debut title, Book of Spells. It was released in Europe on 15 November 2013[2] and North America on 12 November 2013, alongside Diggs Nightcrawler and Walking with Dinosaurs.[1]


The Book of Potions was written somewhen in the 16th century by Zygmunt Budge, an exceptionally talented potioneer who, after leaving Hogwarts at the age of 14, moved to the Outer Hebridean island of Hermetray where he lived alone, continuing his potioneering studies.[2]

Approximately 500 years after his death, a Hogwarts student somehow comes into possession of the Book of Potions, finding that some of Zygmunt's personality lives on within its pages. Under his tutelage, the student begins their ascent to potioneering mastery. After successfully brewing an introductory boil-curing potion for Zygmunt's house elf, the student finds that they have somehow been entered into the Wizarding Schools Potions Championship, a septennial contest between students from magic schools across the globe.

With Zygmunt's help, the student brews various potions to overcome the obstacles standing between them and the Golden Cauldron, which, after brewing and imbibing Zygmunt's self-proclaimed finest work, Felix Felicis, they successfully obtain. Having done so, the student earns the right to use the cauldron to brew a new potion all their own. After finding some exceptionally rare ingredients, the student brews a potion which is revealed to be the "Potion of All Potential", which enables its drinker to reach their highest capability.

Zygmunt initially comes off as warped and slightly mad, thinking of little but the Golden Cauldron, but, as the student's potioneering skills improve, he finds himself warming to them, eventually revealing exactly why he left Hogwarts: as a student, Zygmunt asked the headmaster if he could enter the Wizarding Schools Potions Championship despite being three years below the minimum age for entry, but he was denied, being told that it was too dangerous. Unable to accept this, Zygmunt immediately left the school in protest, which disabled him from entering the Championship even once he had come of age.

Once the student wins the golden cauldron, Zygmunt's spirit finds itself at peace, and he congratulates them wholeheartedly for both obtaining it and brewing the Potion of All Potential. Saying that he'll no longer cause trouble for anyone else, he leaves the student to meet their "adoring public".


Book of Potions is almost identical to Book of Spells in terms of gameplay; the PlayStation Eye renders the book and its effects while the PlayStation Move controller acts as a wand, as well as other instruments, such as a knife for chopping ingredients and a spoon for stirring the contents of a cauldron.

Like its predecessor, the game begins with the player choosing one of the four Hogwarts houses and one of three wands. Alternatively, if the player has a Pottermore account, they can log into it through the game and the choices will be made automatically to reflect those made on the Pottermore website.

The game consists of seven chapters, each focussing on a particular potion. Each chapter follows roughly the same structure: an introduction to the potion and its effect(s), gathering ingredients, brewing the potion, a short story related to the potion (which features some multiple-choice fill-in-the-blank interactivity), and, finally, using the potion to advance in the Wizarding Schools Potion Championship.

Finding certain hidden creatures during the gathering of ingredients will unlock those ingredients in the Concoctions mode, where the player can freely experiment and create custom potions by combining up to four of any of their gathered ingredients.


In a joint review with Walking with Dinosaurs, Telegraph writer Andy Robertson (who also reviewed Diggs Nightcrawler) gave the game a positive review, noting the increased interaction with the Wonderbook itself compared to Book of Spells, as well as clearer signposting helping to make progression easier and more instinctive.[3]


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DIY: Spellbooks \u0026 Potionbooks for Halloween

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