30 July 2012

How to Make Harry Potter Monopoly

The images below are just previews of what I'm talking about. If you're just here for the printable files, you can find them here. JUST DON'T SELL IT.

It's a lot of files, and they probably require some description.

"Spells" are Community Chest cards and I just printed them on thick yellow paper (because that's the old school Monopoly design). "Potions" are Chance and printed on thick orange paper. Both are standard US Letter size. The printable is designed to print front/back on a single sheet of paper, but you can just glue the two sides together.

All of the property cards are also designed to print front/back on a single sheet of paper, you just have to figure out which way to rotate the paper to get it to work. Or you can just glue the two sides together.  I printed them off on two sides of the same sheet of thicker paper, then covered both sides with Mod Podge to try to thicken it up more and also protect it.

The board has to be printed on larger paper, and even then you have to print two halves. The paper is 17x22. Cut along the black outer edge, and cut exactly on the white edge. I just Mod Podged it onto a Monopoly board that came in the cheapest set I could find. The two halves should line up with the split in the board. That was the trickiest part of the entire operation. You have to line up the edge and then evenly press on the rest of the board, with particular care in the fold. But, this was one of my first experiences with Mod Podge, so maybe it'll be a lot easier for Mod Podge experts out there.


Finally the box can be printed on two sheets of 17x22, one for the top, one for the bottom.

141 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for all these explanations and files!
    I'll try it as soon as I can find a cheap Monopoly Game!!!
    Thanks again!

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    1. They do sell blank boards (just a bit smaller than the normal sized ones.)

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    2. Where do they sell the blank boards?

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    3. Yes I am interested to know where they sell blank boards also. Thanks!

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    4. Found this cool Etsy listing for the bills https://www.etsy.com/listing/242543117/diy-harry-potter-monopoly-money?ref=shop_home_active_1

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    5. Ya does anyone know where to find cheap monopoly games

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    6. Savers/GoodWill and any second hand store. i got mine for 3$ and it is in REALLY good condition

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    7. YOU. ARE. AWESOME, Sir. Thank you thank you yay yay yay! :)

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  2. This is so awesome. Thank you for posting this and the wonderful work you did in setting it up.

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  3. (Said in Neville Longbottom's voice): Amazing! Amazing!

    Now just to find someone to make it for me. Cheers!

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  4. This is amazing, you're going to make my friend very happy as we can now build a Harry Potter Monopoly board for her. Just a quick question, what are you using for the players pieces?

    Great work on the board, and thank you for sharing your source files.

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  5. @Deno - So far we've just used the standard Monopoly pieces, but I want to eventually buy Harry Potter Scene It. I'm pretty sure that game has some Monopoly-like tokens.

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    1. when harry potter books first hit big, i bought a small box of harry potter "magic items"; one may either use the box as a tree decor, or the 6 individual items. i bet you could find one online somewhere. i'll do a quick search, & paste a url if i do find one! {yvw!!} ;-) 8-)

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    2. HERE IT IS!!

      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001MVZWKY/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=captmorg-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399349&creativeASIN=B001MVZWKY

      Only ONE left in stock, $44.00 ~ hurry & snatch it up!! i think i paid less than $10.00 for mine originally.

      There is also THIS:

      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001MY14F8/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=captmorg-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399349&creativeASIN=B001MY14F8

      If those are individual items, like the 6 in the one i have, then you would have even more great choices for game pieces!! Btw, i would do some more searching; SURELY you could find them for far less elsewhere!! {This 2nd one costs $64.00!!!!} :O

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    4. I made this for my boyfriend for Christmas and for the pieces I used dollhouse books that I covered in each of the book covers, so it's like playing as one of the books.

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    5. https://www.etsy.com/listing/234563368/set-of-harry-potter-books112-scalenew

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    6. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-of-4-Harry-Potter-Scene-It-Metal-Tokens-replacement-parts-crafts-/221956846699?hash=item33ada8b46b:g:cdcAAOSwBahVT5DP

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  6. I just used the money that came with the Monopoly. I didn't have time to design my own, and I hit a creative block trying to decide whether to call it galleons or something. Someday I'll design it and I'll post it.

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  7. Wish I had found this before i designed my own board! But I will borrow some ideas for the chance and community chest cards. Thanks for being so generous with your ideas.

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  8. Wow! I love your board! I am trying to make my own Harry Potter board for my own enjoyment and I was wondering if you were willing to share your design file? Was it done in Illustrator? I wanted to put some of my own favorite properties on in place of some of the others on the board =) Thanks for sharing your awesome design!

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    1. If you have Illustrator, you can open the PDF's and change them. I hear you could do it in Photoshop if you don't have Illustrator, but I haven't tried it

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  9. i'm making this myself and unable to print off the board, box bottom etc which is the crucial part of the process and was wondering if there was any special design programme i need to be able to print it? has anyone else had any problems with this? brilliant design, such a high standard thank you so much for designing it and making it available to all!

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    1. ME TOO!! I cant find paper big enough!

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    3. Go to this link, they have a program good enough for printing big images, I used for a board I made for one game and it work awesome.Good Luck :)
      http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/

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    4. I needed to go to a printing shop. They use poster paper.

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing this.

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  11. Amazing work!!!
    I love you for making it possible to have one.
    Thank you so much.

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  12. Can someone please give me a pdf file for money??? I am makign over a simpsons monopoly (It was cehaper but the money has charactors on it

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    1. You can find monopoloy's money pdf here : http://www.zieak.com/2008/08/19/print-your-own-monopoly-money/

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  13. Absolutely amazing, you should sell your design and ideas to the Monopoly game makers!!! Will play this with my friends on the weekend :)

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  14. You are an absolute legend for creating this and a saint for sharing it!! going to make a great birthday gift for my sis :)I loveeee this soooo much!! thank youuuu<3

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  15. Amazing! Thank you for posting this :-) As for the playing pieces, there's plenty of interesting things on Etsy. My favorites so far are miniature potion bottles and owls:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/150549682/miniature-potter-potion-bottles-for?ref=sr_gallery_35&ga_search_query=harry+potter+miniature&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=SE&ga_page=5&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=harry+potter+miniature

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/107651983/three-wise-owls?ref=sr_gallery_9&ga_search_query=harry+potter+miniature&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=SE&ga_page=16&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=harry+potter+miniature

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  16. I was looking into download your files for my own personal game usage, cuz it looks brilliant and I love Harry Potter, but it looks like your board images won't download...
    It looks fabulous though!

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  17. You are an absolute legend. My gf will love this. The fact that you have been so generous to make this available to everyone is amazing. I assume that to sell this would result in some Hasbro heavy's wanting to sue you, but man do you deserve to be paid for this! You're a talent.

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  18. Hi, thank you for your amazing work, i was looking for a potter monopoly and i'm so glad i find your website. I've spent almost 2 days to translate it (i'm french) and now i just have to print it ! Just a tip for you english readers : in France we have the tradition of the "galette des roi", a cake with a small porcelain figurine hidden in it : "la fève" ; search for "harry potter feve" on ebay (look worldwide) and you'll find some nice HP pieces to play with ;)
    I've found monopoly money pdf here : http://www.zieak.com/2008/08/19/print-your-own-monopoly-money
    Again, thank you designinteched for this awsome idea of boardgame - and for sharing it !

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    1. Ah une française!!! Alors je suis au tout début de la réalisation et je me pose quelques questions...si tu repasses par là, et que tu as 2 minutes, dis moi!

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    2. Hi! I'm dutch so I would love to translate it and then print it, how did you edit the designs? Merci beaucoup!

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  19. Thank you so much! I am definitely making one for my nieces...I just have to translate stuff to Finnish :D

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  20. Thank you for your so cool post,it is useful,i love it very much.please share with us more good articles.
    zoe sugg in harry potter

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  21. Thank you again. You are amazing to do this for free

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  22. Thank you for sharing all your hard work! It's truly amazing! I was wondering if you can share how you did the sides of the box (what kinds of images used, sizes, etc.). Thanks again for sharing your awesome creation.

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  24. It's absolutely amazing what you have done. I'm downloading the printables so I can play asap :D but I cannot download the board... is there a way you can upload the file again? It will make us very very happy.
    Thank you a lot!

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  25. I love it and I know a bride that will love it even more. I'm going to produce this as part of a gift to a Harry Potter themed wedding.

    Thank you for all the work you have put into this

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  26. I made this for the 8 year old I nanny for and he loves it!

    I was able to download the board. When I clicked on the picture I got an error, but then at the bottom right there was an option to download and that worked. My problem was that the file was too big to print. I had a friend divide each file into 4ths and save as jpgs. Then I printed on my own printer. My board was not the same size as was mentioned in the blog, so I measured it, then divided it in half and then divided that by 4(since I had each file divided into 4ths). Then I inserted each file as a picture into Microsoft Word and used the format feature to choose the exact width and height to print. Then I modge podged it all onto the board. I used the Harry Potter Scene It tokens as playing pieces. Bought just the tokens on ebay for under $5. I also added the original car and boot(Weasley's car and portkey) so there are 6 pieces.

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    1. Is there any chance that you could upload the files that you got resized? I'm struggling so much to figure out how to reprint it! Or even e-mail them to me? Although I'm sure there are others who are struggling as well! :)

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    2. Do you have the ebay link that you used for the tokens?

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  27. Another possibility for the game pieces:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/161308213/miniature-book-collection-set-of-harry?ref=sr_gallery_27&ga_search_query=Harry+Potter+Miniatures&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_search_type=all

    Mini Harry Potter Books!

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  28. everything works, except the files for the board :_( Can you plz email it to hjemmekr@yahoo.dk ??? please <3

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  29. Great ! Is it possible to reload the files for the board ? Thank you very much !

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  30. This is really amazing. I would like to try and make one for my sister for x-mas gift, she's a big harry potter freak :P she got like 4 tattoos from HP and shit, but as the guy above me said, some of the printables doesnt seem to work any more :( is it possible to re-upload them or if not maybe i can get them sent to me by email? great job with this man!

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  31. This Seems to be soo good, but i cant open or see 4 files; both of the board-files and both box-files :'( Im really intrested in making one, and I really appreaciate any help i can get..
    So please if you can reupload them or you could also send me an email? ;D Cind regards from a big fan of the maker...

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    1. They're just too large to preview. Download them, and they work just fine :)

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  32. open the files in your google drive, from there you can download them as a zipped file. Once downloaded double click and then click the 'extract all' button and choose where you want to save them. This worked for me :)

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  33. the board's pdfs are not available can u help me???
    i so want to do this project

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  34. Hey! Thank you so much for all of your hard work! I am having issues opening the board and box pdfs. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  35. Guys, the board and box files all work. The previews don't show up because the files are so big, but if you just download them, they work great!

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  36. This is the best Monopoly ever! Thank you so much in name of HP fans!

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  37. Because of the comments as well as the emails I keep getting, I'm setting up an alternate share folder from SkyDrive. Hopefully it works better for those having difficulty with Google Drive. http://sdrv.ms/1fEK7FW

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  38. I cant seem to get the right size printing. Im printing on normal 11 x 8.5 letter paper. Anyone know how to set it up so it prints on multiple sheets and i can cut piece them together like a puzzle on the monopoly board?

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  39. or anyone know a cheap place to get it printed on at least 17x22 paper? thanks

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  40. I am having the same issue with printing the board and box cover. I tried taking it to Office Max to have printed on a large paper but they wouldn't do it for me. I am willing to print it in sections and just modge podge it together put not quite sure how to do that. I Saw a previous post listed where someone did the same thing - might try that. Otherwise - any suggestions on where else I could take it to print on 17X22 paper or how to print sections on 8.5 x 11?

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    1. Office depot printed them for me. Staples can as well.

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  41. Hello Harry Potter Fans! I just finished making this board and putting everything together, and I wanted to share with you the pieces that I got, and the money that I made using these templates.

    The money can be found here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1dE8dblXgPNcFc5MUdFTXdQRkk&usp=sharing

    Hotels I used: https://www.thegamecrafter.com/parts/castle-dark-blue
    Houses I used: https://www.thegamecrafter.com/parts/hovel-green

    The playing pieces I used were from Harry Potter Scene it. You can get these from Ebay, or if your lucky to find one in a goodwill/resale shop you can snatch the pieces from there, but they work perfectly!

    You can also go to your local game card shop to get dice that fit the theme as well. We got ours from gencon.

    I took the resources here and had them printed at Office Max. I didn't have any problems there, but I suggest that you have them cut them instead of cutting them yourself.. I made this mistake and regret it now. Anyway, the printing of everything (excluding the money because I could print it on paper at home) cost me about 45 dollars. (They were also having a sale on the 18x24 paper that day)

    I also got a new game board in the box from walmart for 5 bucks.

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    1. Also these dice are awesome: http://www.shapeways.com/model/279993/deathly-hallows-d6.html?li=search-results&materialId=6

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    2. First off - OMG this is soo totally awesome. The time and energy put into this is unbelievable. These templates will help me to make some pretty epic Christmas gifts. After reading through all the ideas and tips and tricks, I have some different thoughts about the money - I think I may be able to create coin shaped money for Galleons Sickles and Knuts, and if I succeed I will definitely share my findings with everyone. And Cindy, kudos on finding the dice and thinking of using the castle and hovel pieces from the Disney Monopoly. They will fit in perfectly!!

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    3. Thank you so much for designing the monopoly money!! It really makes the game complete!

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  42. The board and box files are not opening anymore :( Any help or suggestions please?

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  43. Yes, PLEASE re-upload the printables so I can at least try to have my own... I promise i will even write your name under the board

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    1. click to view file, If you're using Goggle chrome, there will be a download option. These files are too big to view but CAN be downloaded. :)

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  44. So, I recently found this on pinterest and made it for a family member for a Christmas gift. I used modge podge for the board and box. And, decided to try spray adhesive for the property cards. I wish I had used the spray for the board & box as well. It worked SO much better! The modge podge is too wet.... It wrinkles the paper...

    Also, the 2 sided printing is almost perfect for the spell & potions cards. The lines are offset by just a few hairs. I attempted to print 2 sides on the property cards - I did the first page only. Total bust. The front/back of the cards have to be in the exact same position for them to print correctly. i.e. - The top cards on page one back is portkey - floo - broomstick - Hogwarts express. Page one front you have them listed in reverse order... Hogwarts express, broomstick, floo, portkey... Change up the order so they are the exact same from left to right and top to bottom, Two-sided printing would be perfect. :)

    The spray adhesive worked really well for those cards, tho. :)

    Thanks for your hard work. I cannot wait for Christmas morning! :)

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    1. what did you use to spray the mod podge and which stores are they available in and for how much?

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    2. Thank you for your suggestion about spray adhesive instead of modge podge! I will look into that.

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    3. I am assuming you printed on normal paper and then used spray adhesive. But did you seal it with Modge Podge or something similar after?

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  45. No need to reload any files. The board and box files are too large to open and other users don't realize they need to only download. :)

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  46. For some reason it won't open the board pdf's. Any suggestions?

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  47. For those frustrated at trying to get to the files, this worked for me!
    I tried both IE and Google Chrome, but couldn't save the files to my PC with either. There is no "print to file" option any longer either, I guess (Win7 64-bit). Both opened the files with a black background behind the picture.
    The board and box files no longer seemed to exist, and I didn't want to print the others just yet. I wanted to save them, but could only open them on-line and print at that time :-(
    I tried right-clicking and left clicking in both browsers. Neither worked. Then, in Google Chrome, at the very bottom right (outside the frame, sort of) is a blue box that says "open" and beside it, a down -arrow that actually downloaded the PDFs! On the larger ones there were warnings, but I downloaded anyway and now have the files. Hooray!

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  48. So, I wanna print this out, but I'm translating it to Portuguese because not all of the people I'd play this with know English. I'm covering up the English in photoshop and placing the translation on top... but, when I save it (saving it as pdf, just like the originals here), the quality isn't as good... the letters get kinda smudged... I'm far (very far) from being a photoshop expert (I'm actually surprised that I managed to do this much), so does someone have any tips or any idea what I might be doing wrong? Aside from that, it looks pretty good.
    Thank you for sharing this!!! You're an angel!!!

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    1. Boa tarde, você traduziu ele todo para português? Se puder me mande pf obrigada :*

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  49. Hi. Sorry if this has been mentioned previously, but could someone tell me which texture is used on the board? I would like to apply it to the cards as well. Thank you.

    Also, just got excited as I remembered I have HP scene it, which I never play, that has awesome game pieces I can use!

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  51. Hi. Im so excited about putting this together, but can you tell me what paper or background you used for the property cards? I noticed that in the finished product, the property cards matched the board, but in the pdf's it's just on plain white paper. Thanks.

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  52. Hey I have a question or a problem. I wanted to see the printable files but the first four are not available for me :/ what can I do about that?

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    1. They are just to big to preview. You can download them to your computer though and you'll be able to view them just fine :)

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    2. what do you mean by 'download' them, can someone give me step by step instructions

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  53. Your work is just incredibly wonderful! I found it as i was looking for ideas to help me making my own HP Monopoly.
    I'd like to use your board, but how can i do to erase the name of the properties (in English) to write it in french (i'm French)? If someone could tell me, it would be really very nice!

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    1. I'm doing the same (into Portuguese). I use photoshop. Use the Clone Stamp tool over the writing in English and write it in French over it.

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  55. loved it!!!! I wanted to repin the Harry Potter Monopoly image I saw and took me a while to find the real source!
    thanks!

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  56. this is awesome!! thank you sooo much!! I know what I am making my sister!! :)

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  57. thank you SOOO much for sharing all your hard work!!!!!!!!!!!! my best friend and I are huge HP fans so we are going to love it! and if you ever decide to mass-produce/sell them yourself, I guarantee you will have a huge following!
    cheers!

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  58. has anyone tried to open & print this in Australia? I am having trouble opening the pdf's in a program that I can print.
    Thanks

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  59. You sir, are an absolute diamond, the design work in this is absolutely amazing and you're awesome for sharing this with everyone! On behalf of my best friend who will be receiving this as a birthday present, Thank you!!

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  60. Wonderful design. Where did you print the files? FedEx won't allow me to print due to the copyright material (Monopoly guy, HP font).

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  61. Thank you so much, this is great!!!

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  63. I am sure you have almost completely given up on reading or replying to the comments on this feed. While this amazing project of yours may be one of the reasons you've become an overnight celebrity in Potterverse bringing much traffic to your blog and G+ page, it is with good reason. You work is astounding, and that's phrasing it mildly. There are many imitations out there of people sell these(despite copyright infringement), and yet yours is still the best created. Your fame for such is quite earned.

    I would however, like to request on the slightest possibility that you will read, and even slighter possibility that you'll reply (since this feed shows no reply from you in almost two years) if you wouldn't mind sharing the AI (illustrator) files for these with me. I honestly love everything about your design and do not wish to alter it, but would like to use it to build currency from while maintaining continuity through the game. There are many awesome icons and images you've most likely created, that I would love to implement into currency for the game. While others on the web have created such (most likely because you haven't taken on that project) I would like to keep everything consistent with your design and creation.

    One of your "Potion" Cards says "Pay poor tax of 255 sickles, or 15 galleons." It would be awesome if I could use your files to incorporate that into the currency and even change "Pass GO collect $200" into said currency. I understand that you my not want to release your work, which is why I assume (despite the many requests for PDF formats) you made it into PDF's. I can assure you that anything I am able to make from it, will never be sold or distributed, it is for my own personal project, and if you'd like I could even send you what I create from it for your wife's version.

    I would greatly appreciate your consideration, and again you have done what nobody else has been able to do. And have taken it to a level envious of the creators of the original game. You're fame from it is well deserved. Please reach out with a reply, my email is KAmico@cfl.rr.com. Thank you again for all your hard work.

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  64. This is absolutely amazing!!! Thank you for your generosity in sharing the files. I cannot wait to find a game board or two and turn them into Potter Monopoly!!!

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  65. I have been wanting to download these files and create a game for my son for a while. I finally get to downloading it to create it for him for Christmas and.... I can't download the box or board files! All the other ones work and downloaded just fine, but... I would love the board. I will try them on my parents computer when I get there for the holidays but... If you could email them to me that would be great. I appreciate you creating such a beautiful board! Seriosuly... amazing... mrs.sherbert@gmail.com

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  66. I've seen many ideas like this on Pinterest, but have never been able to find a real link. Thank you VERY much for your hard work and generosity to share all of these files for Harry Potter fans everywhere!

    Looking forward to beginning the crafting!

    ~for those who are interested, Ebay has many HP Scene It tokens available that other commenters have suggested for game pieces.

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  67. I just Mod Podged it onto a Monopoly board that came in the cheapest set I could find. ... pharrypotter.blogspot.de

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  68. Thanks very much for these designs! They are so well done. I used Harry Potter themed clip/key charms from eBay as player pieces.

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  69. Are there supposed to be cards for the "Ministry of Magic Tax" and "Gringotts Banking Fee" spaces on the board? I don't see any in all the pdf files. Other that that I have all the printing, cutting, and gluing finished and I am ready to play the game. Thanks for all your work.

    Linda

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  70. This is so AWESOME sir! Thank you so much for putting this up here. I never feel so cool playing Monopoly, until this version came along!

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  71. I made these bills for the Harry Potter Monopoly: https://www.etsy.com/listing/242543117/diy-harry-potter-monopoly-money?ref=shop_home_active_1

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  73. what boards are folks using? 1980s, 90s, newer? I'm trying to figure out which board best fits the file size. thanks!

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  74. What is the size of the box printable?

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  75. This is really awesome! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  76. I really want to make this so I can play it with my son who loves Harry Potter! I have an old Monoply game board. How can I download this? I want to make it for his Christmas present.

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  77. Has anyone made this who can explane how to do?
    What paper to print on and what size exc.

    I'm really bad at this kind of stuff but i really want this game!
    If, you can and want to help me pls email me on Rasmus_johansson@live.com

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  78. Ok, so I know it been forever since you posted this, but I can only find a place to print in 16x20 and 18x22. Does the size of the print change with the paper size? What would your suggestion be? This is the last step to completing this project. I hope to hear back soon. Thanks so much for making this available to the public!

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  79. Thanks!!! You just made my morning!! My brother is going to love this for Christmas!!

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  81. Thank you so much for doing this! I made it for my wife for Christmas, and she absolutely loved it! ive vlogged the experience here if you wanted to watch it :)

    https://youtu.be/3uo5vJUDENs

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  82. Just to let you know, someone is now selling your design as working sets on ebay and claiming it as their work :(
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/151961851697

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    1. Yikes. And they're charging $200. They didn't even customize the money or pieces. I doubt anyone will buy it anyway.

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  83. Am I missing something? I feel that there are more print outs than the images on this page but I'm not seeing what to click on. It's probably quite obvious and will end up with me feeling pretty silly but please help. Thanks!

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  84. Are you selling this??

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  85. Thank you very much, for all of these explanations :) i did my own, following your advice.
    You did a big big big job, and a great one, I would like to thank you for sharing everything,
    So,now I have my own, thank you again.

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  86. Hi I'm wanting to make this with my grandsons over the school holidays and just wondering if it is still available as a pdf download? My email is wildsage@dcsi.net.au if its at all possible that I could make a copy for the boys. thank you kindly,Glynnis

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  87. Hi ! I'm loving the job you do on this version of a Harry Potter's Monopoly. I wondered with which software you made it. Is it Adode Illustrator or something like that ? I'd like to offer it to my sister for her birthday, or Christmas if I don't have enough time. But I'm french and I'd like to traduce theses files and changing something on PDFs is hard. Please let me know ! Noiram

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  89. what is the link to make this that has everything you need to print out

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  90. Thank you so much for this! I longed for a Harry Potter Monopoly to come out and it never did. Thank you again for taking the time and to do this and make it available for everyone to enjoy!

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  91. Hello! thank you for the files! But whow can I print the property cards whith the same background than the gameboard?! (has I've seen in the pictures of the game)not in white...

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  92. Can I ask, where can I found a game money for print or (if it exists) rules. Thank for answer and sorry for my english. :)

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  93. I'm sorry but I need to know how to print the board the same size as the template, but with the paper size 8.5 in by 11 in. I'm ok with cutting it and printing on many different pieces of paper, which I would do, but I don't know how. If someone could leave links or tell me how to do this, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Also, no hate on the name it just popped up and I don't have any of the accounts to comment as.

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  94. Is there rules anywhere? Or is it the same as monopoly?

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  95. I ordered token-sized items from a place called metal miniatures. He has a huge online catalog and I picked items related to the Harry Potter theme - a wizard, a snake etc. All for $2 or less each and his turnaround from time of order was really quick! http://metalminis.com/

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  96. Thank you for the downloads my son is a huge HP fan and I am going to tackle this project for his birthday. He is huge Monopoly fan also. If I get stuck on making this may I come back and ask questions on the how to do something??

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  97. Thank you so much for sharing this! If I can get this put together, it will be my oldest grandsons Christmas present. Ok, get 2 put together because one has to stay at my house lol. Did you buy a monopoly game to get the money or what did you use?

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  98. This is so awesome! Thank you. My granddaughter is going to be so surprised this Christmas.

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