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- If you’re looking to gift a “Harry Potter” fan, don’t trust anything that wasn’t written by one.
- We’ve compiled 31 gift ideas for the witches and wizards in your life, from jewelry to an Invisibility Cloak.
- Need more gift ideas? Check out all of our gift guides here.
Fans of the “Harry Potter” series love to show it, from their Deathly Hallows tattoos to their Quidditch-themed home decor. Thankfully, there’s plenty of Wizarding World merchandise out there perfect for fans of all types, from Gryffindors to Hufflepuffs. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite Potterhead gifts to help you find the right one.
From the people who just love the movies (aka the muggles) to the die-hards who can tell you the answer to what you’d get if you added powdered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood (the wizards), you can find a gift for every fan, below.
31 of the best ‘Harry Potter’ gift ideas:
Makeup brushes for Hogwarts students of every house
Potter Makeup Brush Set, available at Amazon, $13
These Hogwarts house-themed makeup brushes will bring a little magic to their wielder’s next look. Each five-piece set features an assortment of brushes perfect for doing your eyeshadow or liner.
A necklace for your special someone
Alex and Ani
Harry Potter “After All This Time” Slider Necklace, available at Alex and Ani, $74
Alex and Ani’s slider necklace keeps it simple with two charms on the same loop, making it an easy addition to any look. Perfect for Snape fans, this one will remind your giftee of just how much you care.
A spirited crewneck for representing your house
Harry Potter Retro Varsity Crewneck, available at BoxLunch, $49
Nothing says school spirit like this sweater’s retro varsity design. If you know where the Sorting Hat placed your giftee, this BoxLunch-exclusive design is available for every Hogwarts house: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw.
Adorable bandana bibs for the little witches and wizards
Harry Potter Infant Bandana Bib Set, available at BoxLunch, $17
This gift is perfect for any Potter-loving parent and their baby. The set features three whimsically illustrated bib designs that will look cute, and help mop up any face messes along the way.
A crafty shaker bottle
Harry Potter Blender Bottle, available at Amazon, $15.50
Use this Harry Potter shaker bottle to magically craft the smoothest protein shakes or smoothies. It holds up to 28 ounces and comes with a blender ball to whisk the ingredients.
An eye-catching pair of golden snitch earrings
Harry Potter Golden Snitch Stud Earrings, available at Pandora, $65
These Golden Snitch stud earrings are as captivating as they are a catch off the field. Snag these 14K gold-plated pair along with other Harry Potter-inspired charms from the Pandora Collection.
A loyal stuffed animal companion
Hedwig with Hogwarts Acceptance Letter, available at Build-a-Bear, $38
Surprise them with their own custom Hogwarts acceptance letter personally delivered by Hedwig. This Hedwig Build-a-Bear is an adorable furry friend to keep next to them at night.
A casserole dish for the ‘You-Know-Who’ in your life
Le Creuset x Harry Potter Lord Voldemort Casserole Dish, available at Williams Sonoma, $140
Not every “Harry Potter” fan is rooting for the protagonist. For those with a soft spot for ol’ Voldy, this all-black casserole dish features the Dark Mark and the Elder Wand. Use its dark power to transform uncooked casseroles into piping hot dinners, just like magic.
A set of the Golden Snitch ice molds
Harry Potter Snitch Ice Balls set, available at Williams Sonoma, $21.95
If your drinks aren’t staying cold for long enough, these spellbinding Golden Snitch ice balls do the trick. These oversized ice molds melt slowly so you can enjoy your drink for longer, unlike other muggle ice trays.
A monogrammed velvet travel case
Pottery Barn Teen
Harry Potter Velvet Train Case, available at Pottery Barn Teen, $79
Stash your travel necessities in this plush train case that makes each trip a magical experience. Even if the destination isn’t Hogwarts, this travel case shows off your Hogwarts house with pride and you can stylize it with your name.
This Expecto Patronum pillow cover that will give you magical dreams
Pottery Barn Teen
Harry Potter Expecto Patronum Pillow Cover, available at Pottery Barn Teen, $54.50
Keep your bedroom safe from Dementors with this Expecto Patronum pillow cover. Your happy memories will send you off to sweet dreams of Hogwarts and charms class. And if you want to keep muggles unaware of your magical inclinations, the pillow cover reverses to solid blue.
A set of socks any house elf would love to receive
Harry Potter Ankle Socks Pack, available at Amazon, $12.95
I hope you’ll be buying these for every house elf you know. S.P.E.W. thanks you for your generosity.
An illustrated collection of the ‘Harry Potter’ books to make reading them again feel like a new experience
Harry Potter The Illustrated Collection (Books 1-3), available at Amazon, $77.29
Perfect for Potterhead parents, this collection of illustrated books is a child’s perfect introduction to the series. Parents can read aloud while children marvel at the gorgeous illustrations as they too fall in love with images of Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Buckbeak, and Dobby. But this boxed set isn’t just for kids. It’s the perfect gift for someone who would love to see their beloved universe interpreted in a new way in full color.
A Hedwig jar for your Honeyduke’s sweets
Harry Potter Hedwig Cookie Jar, available at Williams Sonoma, $69.95
Pay homage to this true hero of the Second Wizarding War by giving her a prominent place in the home in the form of this cookie jar. It’s the least we can do to honor her great sacrifice. And it’s a great place to store the cookies they made with their new Harry Potter cookie cutters.
A Wizard Chess set that won’t destroy itself every time you play
The Noble Collection
Harry Potter Wizard Chess Set, available at Amazon, $49
This might be one instance where I prefer the muggle version to the wizard version. This Wizard Chess set doesn’t come with the danger of bodily harm when bishop takes knight. It’s also convenient for those of use who love to play chess, but just don’t have the space in our cursed dungeon to keep the life-sized set.
A set of cookie cutters for your favorite house elf who loves to bake
Harry Potter Cookie Cutter Set, available at Williams Sonoma, $29.95
These cookie cutters (or biscuit cutters if you’re Professor McGonagall) let them bake up some of their favorite Potter icons like Hedwig, a Nimbus 3000, a Golden Snitch, and more. They’ll want to treat their friends to some festive treats during their next “Harry Potter” marathon. As McGonagall says, “Have a biscuit, Potter!”
Check out all of Williams Sonoma’s “Harry Potter” items here.
A Hogwarts PopSocket grip for muggle communication devices
Harry Potter Hogwarts PopSockets, available at PopSockets, from $15
Our smartphones might be the closest things we muggles have to magic wands. Think about it: We use them to communicate, have all the knowledge in the world at our fingertips, and even control other devices from afar. Treat their phone like the true magical tool it is by adding some Hogwarts flair with this PopSockets grip.
A Golden Snitch clock that’s not hard to find
Harry Potter Golden Snitch Clock, available at Pottery Barn, $49
There’s a “Snitch in time” joke somewhere in here…
A house scarf to keep you warm when you venture out to Hogsmeade
Harry Potter Scarf, available at Amazon, $24.99
This scarf is a classic. It’s almost an exact replica of the ones the characters wear in the films, and it’s one of the basic pieces of Harry Potter memorabilia every fan should own. They can represent their house or remain neutral with a Hogwarts crest version if they just can’t come to terms with the fact that they’re a Hufflepuff when they’ve always insisted they were a Slytherin.
A build-it-yourself Hogwarts Lego set that muggles will have to do by hand
Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall Lego Set, available at Walmart, $165
Kids will love this Lego set that lets them build Hogwarts and recreate iconic scenes from the books and films. Plus it features the whole gang from Harry, Ron, and Hermione all the way to Nearly Headless Nick, Professor Quirrell, and the Basilisk. It’s rated for ages 9 to 14, which is just the right age for them to be reading the books for the first time. This is a great pairing for someone just discovering the world of Harry Potter.
A Time Turner clock that actually spins
Harry Potter Time-Turner Clock, available at Pottery Barn, $79
It may not be able to take them back in time or help them be in two places at once, but this time-turner clock will help them stay on top of their appointments. Its functional hourglass on the back can even time study breaks. Don’t be late for divination class!
“Harry Potter”-themed jewelry too dainty to ever become Horcruxes
Alex and Ani
Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Adjustable Bracelet, available at Alex and Ani, $69
If they prefer their fandom to take a subtler form, this Deathly Hallows bracelet is a great choice. It’s essentially a more delicate and elegant version of the necklace Xenophilius Lovegood wears to Bill and Fleur’s wedding. It comes in both silver and gold and it’s adjustable so they can perfectly position it as they see fit. Might we suggest wearing it to the next Yule Ball?
Check out all of Alex and Ani’s other “Harry Potter”-themed jewelry here.
A jewelry holder they won’t need to go under water to open
Pottery Barn Teen
Harry Potter Quidditch Hoops Jewelry Holder, available from Pottery Barn Teen, $129
They can keep their jewelry tangle-free and hidden from any nargles who might try to swipe them with this Quidditch inspired jewelry holder.
A cookbook that imagines recipes for everything from Pumpkin Juice to Acid Pops
Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook, available at Amazon, $9.99
Forget the magic, I was always envious of the food in the Harry Potter universe! This cookbook lets them recreate some of the gang’s favorite meals, drinks, and sweet treats. It’s got all the classics like butterbeer and pumpkin pasties, classic British desserts like treacle tarts, and some deep cuts from the HP universe like lemon drops, the password to Dumbledore’s office in “The Chamber of Secrets,” and Kreacher’s french onion soup from “The Deathly Hallows,” the best Harry’s ever had. Plus it tells you exactly where in the books to find the references to each food.
A jar of Bertie Bott’s Beans that… don’t all taste good.
Harry Potter Bertie Bott’s Beans 6 Pack, available at Amazon, $11.95
Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans are perhaps the most famous sweet to come out of the Harry Potter universe, and the flavor roulette is half the fun. Will they get tutti frutti or vomit? They won’t know until they try.
A blanket to curl up with when your day’s mischief has finally been managed
Harry Potter Marauder’s Map Tapestry Throw Blanket, available at Amazon, $23.51
Once their mischief has been managed, they’ll love getting cozy with this Marauder’s Map throw blanket to rest up for their next adventure. It’s perfect for just lounging around or for movie marathons on the couch. Accio, popcorn!
A disappearing Marauder’s Map pillow case that magically appears with the right light
Harry Potter Marauder’s Map Pillow Cover, available at PB Teen, from $54.50
Turn on your black light to reveal the Marauder’s Map, printed on the front and back of this decorative pillow cover. Just don’t carry it around your house or dorm — muggles might get suspicious.
A spinning toy that any seeker will want to fidget with
Golden Snitch Fidget Spinner, available at Amazon, $11.99
Every Harry Potter fan gets the chance to finally catch the Golden Snitch with this identical fidget spinner. The iridescent toy keeps them occupied and entertained with each spin.
A magical mug that reveals the Marauder’s Map with hot liquid
Harry Potter Morphing Mugs, available at Amazon, $19.99
To a muggle, this is just a black coffee mug. But witches and wizards know that once it’s full of hot frothy butterbeer, it comes to life to reveal the Marauder’s Map. If butterbeer’s not their thing, any hot beverage will do — like coffee. Coffee’s magic, right? And once they finish their drink, the mug will transform back to black. Mischief Managed.
If you want something more classic, you can opt for these mugs that heat change from black to the original covers of the “Harry Potter” books.
An invisibility cloak
Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak, available at Amazon, $71.46
Every kid who’s ever known of Harry’s Invisibility Cloak has wanted one of their own. Now they can pair this movie-accurate cloak with an app that actually makes you disappear. Channel your inner Weasley and record your mischief as you float around undetected. Just watch out for Mr. Filch.
A swaddle set for the Potter-loving parent
Aiden + Anais
Aden + Anais Harry Potter 47″ Classic Swaddle Set, available at Bed Bath & Beyond, $47.99
Start their love of the magical world of witchcraft and wizardry young with this set of four swaddle blankets with Harry Potter motifs. These cozy and comforting cloths keep your young witch or wizard safely asleep with gentle patterns won’t get in the way of their slumber.
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