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Harry Potter Themed Braille Designs

Harry Potter themed braille art designs are a fun way to tie together a popular book series with braille skills.

Cartoon of Harry Potter with his wand and owl next to him.

Harry Potter Glasses with Scar braille art directions:

  • Line one: Space 3 times, OU contraction
  • Line two: Letter S, letter C, WH contraction, hyphen, letter S, letter C, WH Contraction
  • Line three: GH contraction, hyphen, AR contraction, letter C, GH contraction, hyphen, AR contraction
Harry Potter glasses and scar braille design

Harry Potter Golden Snitch braille art directions:

  • Line one: 5 spaces, DOT 4, ‘GG’ contraction, ‘GG’ contraction, space 7 times, ‘GG’ contraction, ‘GG’ contraction, dot 1
  • Line two: 7 spaces, letter C, letter G, question mark, letter S, letter C, WH contraction, WAS contraction, letter G, letter C
  • Line three: 10 spaces, GH contraction, hyphen, AR contraction
Snitch braille design

Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Symbol braille art directions:

  • Line one: Space 8 times, ‘GG’ contraction
  • Line two: Space 7 times, ST contraction, full cell, CH contraction
  • Line three: Space 6 times, ST contraction, letter S, full cell, WH contraction, CH contraction
  • Line four: Space 5 times, ST contraction, space, GH contraction, full cell, AR contraction, space, CH contraction
  • Line five: Space 4 times, ING contraction, 3 hyphens, full cell, 3 hyphens, letter U
Deathly Hollows symbol braille design

Directions to Harry Potter Braille Designs

Creating Braille Art with a Perkins Brailler

Learn how to make your own braille designs! These are a fun way to promote braille literacy, create accessible greeting cards, and motivate students who are blind or visually impaired.

Harry Potter themed braille art design title with a cartoon picture of Harry Potter holding a wand and his owl next to him.
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