A Harry Potter Holiday Gift Guide

Although I have the word “holiday” in the title, I’m sure any Potterhead would welcome these gifts at absolutely any time. Let’s get into it!

Collectible Quidditch Set: Whether they’re a fan of the Holyhead Harpies or the Ballycastle Bats, any Quidditch-lover would be happy to receive this set.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Magical Characters and Places Coloring Book: I’ll admit, I’m still not over the adult coloring book craze. This particular one focuses on the human characters and includes gorgeous art deco patterns to color as well.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay: A collection of the books of Harry Potter’s wizarding world is arguably incomplete without a copy of this most recent addition.

Giggle Water CandleI can’t be the only one that is absolutely crazy about the idea of giggle water, right? Since it doesn’t actually exist, this candle may be the next best thing.

Golden Snitch Earrings: These delicate and beautiful earrings are a somewhat subtle way to have some Harry Potter in your day.

Niffler Enamel Pin: I hear the kids these days like enamel pins, and really, who doesn’t adore a Niffler?

Hogwarts House Candle Set: A great gift for a white elephant, where you can’t be sure of the house of the receiver.

Hogwarts Crest Comforter: Who says that bedding needs to be boring?

Grim Tea Cup and Saucer: For that Harry Potter lover who is also just a little bit spooky.

Gryffindor Cozy Slippers: Just because you are comfy doesn’t mean that you can’t show off your love for Gryffindor house.

Hufflepuff Pom Pom Beanie: Show your Hufflepuff the love they deserve with this beanie that expresses their badger pride.

Harry Potter Bookends: If you are reading this you certainly know someone who can use these bookends (even if that someone is you).

Marauder’s Map Color-changing Mug: Some people say that there is such a thing as too many mugs. I don’t want to know any of those people.

Ravenclaw Robe: Your Ravenclaw will love this cozy and functional gift.

Slytherin Cardigan: Dress it up or dress it down, anyone in House Slytherin would rock this cardigan.

Harry Potter Symbols Hooded Cardigan: For those Harry Potter fans who want to show their love for the Boy Who Lived.

Ron Weasley Tea Bag Tidy: This saucer to hold your spent tea bag is way too punny.

Harry Potter Wooden Cooking Spoons: I’m always a fan of functional gifts, and who doesn’t have opportunity to use a wooden spoon?

Hogwarts House Glass Mugs: Yes, I know, more mugs. But these are glass and so very pretty! And most everyone uses mugs so it’s another great gift.

Horcrux Bookmark Set: I really should have hidden my credit card from myself before making this list. How cool is this bookmark set?!

Marauder’s Map Wine Glass: Because we don’t drink wine out of mugs, silly! Unless we have to. We’re not that picky. But this wine glass is pretty great.

Kitchen Stand Mixer Decals: I did not know this was a thing that was missing from my life because I did not know it existed. Now my stand mixer just looks sad and naked. Friends don’t let friends have sad stand mixers.

Lumos/Nox Light Switch Plate: When you want to give something unique, but still on theme.

Marauder’s Map Umbrella: A fun gift that can brighten any rainy day.

Harry Potter Shot Glasses: For the friend or relative who loves to do some potion-making of their own.

Swish & Flick Enamel Pin: A simple way for the Potterhead in your life to keep the magic with them wherever they go.

Customized Yer’ A Wizard Mug: Last mug, I promise. But this one is customizable!

J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Loot Crate: Now, this gift won’t arrive until January if you order now but you can choose to have it sent once or a recurring subscription. Each box has 5 – 7 exclusive and officially licensed items, which remain a surprise until the box arrives.


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Patricia Elzie-Tuttle: A self-proclaimed information junkie, Patricia has a Masters in Library and Information Science and has volunteered hundreds of hours as a sex educator. Her hobbies include baking, sewing, archery, poorly playing the ukulele, cosplay, Mid-Century Modern aesthetic & pinup style, going to Disneyland, tiki bars, home brewing her own ciders, and giving advice about sex and dating. Her literary interests include comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, erotica, pop non-fiction about food, pop science, fairy tales, YA, and LGBTQ. Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia now resides in Pasadena, CA where she raises money for science. Patricia is a Slytherin and you can read about her shenanigans at her blog, the Knee Sock Chronicles. Twitter: @theinfophile