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Hogwarts School Id Card: the Surefire Way to Not Buy Booze and Not Get in Bars

by Lambert Varias
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Harry Potter may not be in the spotlight these days, what with the vampires of Twilight, the Na’vi of Avatar, and the choir members of Glee. But I’m sure a lot of people still re-read J.K. Rowling’s books, and a lot of kids still like to pretend that they’re going to train to become wizards when they grow up. The Hogwarts School ID is a nice and affordable gift for those hardcore Potter fans. It has four themes, one for each of the Hogwarts’ Houses.

Hogwarts school ID 1

The ID card measures 3.65 in x 2.3 in. You can customize the number and types of information that will appear on it, and you’ll get a preview of what your ID will look like before it’s actually printed.

Hogwarts school ID 2

You can order your very own Hogwarts school ID at  ElectrikPinkPirate’s Etsy shop for only $7 (USD). The ID will be made as soon as your payment is received. Of course if you’re skilled in the arts of Photoshop (or even Word) then you can easily make your own version. Just don’t tell ElectrikPinkPirate.

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