Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket | Designs By Miss Mandee

Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

Looking for a unique way to get into the “back to school spirit?” I’ve got just the ticket (get it?). You got your letter, you’ve loaded up on supplies, and now all you need is your Platform 9 3/4 train ticket for the Hogwarts Express, and you’ll be on your way!

Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

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I’m just having too much fun with the Harry Potter designs lately! And it’s great to hear that you guys are enjoying them as well. With this design, I had an especially good time picking out the font for “Hogwarts Express” (it’s Castile – Display Font in case you were wondering) along with designing all the little swirly details.

Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

Not only would these tickets be cute for “back to school,” but they would also make fun invitations for a Harry Potter themed party! Simply print them off and add the details to the backside of the ticket. Or, if you’ve taken a trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios lately, these tickets would make a great addition to your scrapbook.

Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

I use a Cricut Explore to do my die cut designs, and I absolutely love it! For tips on creating fun paper cuts like this one, see the FAQ section on my website. Also, be sure to check out the other awesome Harry Potter freebies available on my blog!

Enjoy your Platform 9 3/4 train ticket! I hope your trip to Hogwarts is smooth, comfortable, and largely uneventful.

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Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

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2 Comments

2 Comments on Platform 9 3/4 Train Ticket

  1. Sue Reeve
    October 10, 2018 at 1:22 pm (1 week ago)

    I have downloaded the Harry Potter train ticket, but the SVG file only seems to have the back and not the printed part of the ticket. I use design space for Cricut and the only image I can find is a PDF which will not load into design space. I have tried to convert it to a JPEG, but then it doesn’t fit properly over the back.
    Can you help

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    • Mandee
      October 11, 2018 at 8:55 am (1 week ago)

      Hi Sue,

      Yes, I only included the back of the ticket as an SVG file and not the printed front part for two reasons: (1) there are so many steps involved in setting up print-then-cut files that I typically avoid providing them on my site, and (2) these ones are too large to do print-then-cut properly with a Cricut machine. So, unfortunately, the only way to make these is to do a little old fashioned hand cutting.

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