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46 Gifts For Anyone Who Has The Entire "Harry Potter" Series Memorized

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1. A Pensieve memory set in an ornate keepsake box they'll treasure forever and ever (no sorcerer's stone* required). Inside they'll find a deluxe 176-page journal with HP quotes scattered throughout, a Dumbledore wand pen, and two memory vials.

*Philosopher's stone, depending on where they live.

Promising review: "This is a beautiful set. I bought it for my daughter after she had seen it in a bookstore. She exclaimed out loud when she opened it on Christmas and immediately started writing in the journal." —Jenova VII

Get it from Amazon for $24.09 (originally $34.95).

2. A personalized music box so they can listen to the epic glory that is "Hedwig's Theme" whenever they darn well please. I get goosebumps by just humming it...

the music box with Harry Potter engraving

Promising review: "Absolutely adore this item!! My boyfriend got it for my birthday and it's so worth it and great for anyone who loves Harry Potter." —The Dinkins

Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

3. A Dobby figurine that one reviewer is using in lieu of Elf on the Shelf this year and in the words of Ron himself, ~brilliant~. This little guy has bendable limbs and can be comfortably placed in any nook or cranny throughout their home.,

Promising review: "We didn’t have an Elf on a Shelf, we had a Dobby on the Potty or where ever else we could think to put him! Love this little guy! Posable, cute, well-made." —Alicia M.

Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

4. Loose-leaf tea inspired by butter beer (it's actually a combo of leaf rooibos chai and butterscotch rooibos tea) because Hogsmeade is such a trek — this gift brings Madam Puddifoot's to them.

the butter beer tea in packaging
The Forest Witch / Etsy

Get it from The Forest Witch on Etsy for $8.03.

5. Or! If their birthday aligns around the holidays, a Happee Birthdae confetti cake version will certainly grant you title of best gift giver. This creamy orange pekoe loose-leaf tea even comes with rainbow sprinkles.

the tea with rainbow sprinkles in clear packaging
beccaslittleboutique / Etsy

Get it from beccaslittleboutique on Etsy for $10.80.

6. A magical cookbook that'll have them sipping on gin and (pumpkin) juice in no time. Picture recipes for treacle tarts, rock cakes, lemon tarts, Irish soda bread, kippers, and so much more that'll have them saying Great Hall, who?

the book

Get it from Amazon for $10.99, Bookshop for $18.35 (to support small booksellers), or check your local library.

7. Pencil topper figurines that can be used for writing instruments (*the exception being a quill*) and crochet hooks, as decor — one reviewer even used them to DIY ornaments for a tree that I imagine looks nothing short of magical.,

Promising review: "I ordered these for my children and they love them. They use them both as pencil toppers and as small figures for playing games. the quality was great and the features on the characters are very cute. Overall very satisfied with this purchase!" —Emily Macel

Get them from Amazon for $16.50+ (available in multiple sets and sizes).

8. Winged keys so gorgeous, I literally gasped when I first saw them (and I am sadly not exaggerating). These are the perfect stocking stuffers for HP-obsessed roommates prone to calling you at midnight because they have forgotten their key — yet again. *eye twitches*

the keys with colored wings attached to them
GeekeryImagined / Etsy

Promising review: "This item is gorgeous!! It’s a lovely start to my newly Harry-Potter-themed bathroom! The key is top quality, shiny and sturdy, and the wings, while fragile, aren’t too sensitive. I feel I could drop the key and the wings wouldn’t get bent up." —C.S. Kinnaird

Get them from GeekeryImagined on Etsy for $6.99+ (available in eight colors).

9. A chocolate frog mold for when they're too busy for a Honeydukes run but would like some chocolate treats. Encourage them to eat their creations ASAP — these have a tendency to jump away.,

Promising review: "I purchased this tray to make chocolate frogs for my son's Harry Potter birthday party as party favors. I was nervous that the chocolate would stick to the mold or that it would be difficult to extract the frogs from the mold once it's been set, but it was absolutely the most smooth process!! Once the chocolate set, I just placed the mold upside down on a cookie tray and all of the frogs fell out completely formed and with great detail. They were a huge hit at the party." —S. Young

Get it from Amazon for $8.38.

10. A chocolate frog card you can personalize with their name and photo! And unlike the regular old wizarding cards (so boring), their photo will actually last / not disappear after a mere few seconds.

the frog card
PheonixFelicis / Etsy

Get it from PheonixFelicis on Etsy for $5.56.

11. A Hogwarts Express snow globe because they rode it once at Universal Orlando and have not stopped talking about it ever since. To quote every mean girl in every teen film ever: "Take a picture, it'll last longer" except we're swapping pictures for snow globes.

the snow globe
Hot Topic

Get it from Hot Topic for $29.90.

12. A pop-up advent calendar that contains 25 keepsakes ornaments (ranging from Hermione's time turner to house crests) they can use to decorate the 13-inch tree in the middle. A mini booklet with behind-the-scenes facts is included. Excuse me whilst I cry at the magic.

reviewer photo of the Christmas tree decorated with paper ornaments

Promising review: "Um I love every single thing about this advent calendar and if I thought they made different editions of it with new fun ornaments from the book series, I’d buy a new one every single year! It comes with a guide to show you the ornaments you’ll be uncovering every day, but I chose to keep it a surprise and I’m glad I did! It was so cute and so much fun opening a different ornament every day leading up to Christmas, I highly recommend!" —MamaBird

Get it from Amazon for $27.99.

13. A Who Is It? game in which each player picks up a card — the objective is to ask their opponent yes or no questions until they've narrowed down which character they've got in their hand. Hack: ask "Does your character say 'Potter' in a disgusted tone?" to immediately clear Malfoy as a possibility.


Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

14. A teeny tiny Felix Felicis liquid vial that brings a whole new meaning to the ~lucky charm~ phrase. You can get the vial on its lonesome or opt for the necklace version; either way, 10/10 recommend giving this to a best friend pre- major Quidditch tournament.

the small gold vial
narnitorn / Etsy

Promising review: "I added the chain myself, but the charm is absolutely adorable!! It’s well made and it came so nicely packed and in a timely manner, even now with the pandemic. I absolutely love it!!" —cardboardimp

Get it from narnitorn on Etsy for $7.96.

15. Playing cards featuring gorgeous HP-inspired illustrations: the Sorting Hat, Hedwig, and Scabbers. **takes deep breath** There's also Fawkes, the Nimbus 2000, a Hungarian horntail dragon, the Knight Bus, and so much more!


Promising review: "This is such a great card set! There is a different Potter item on each card, but the cards are clear enough to use while playing conventional card games. I purchased two sets: one to play with, and the other to keep sealed as a collectible set." —Michelle

Get it from Amazon for $6.75+

16. A bracelet set purchased at a shop in Diagon Alley (READ: NOT "diagonilly"). This set includes an adjustable bangle with the Deathly Hallows symbol, as well as a stretchy bracelet emblazoned with the word *sniffle* always.

reviewer wearing the bracelet set

Promising review: "I bought these for my sister for Christmas as she is a HUGE Harry Potter fan and she loves them! They are super cute, great quality, and for the price definitely worth it. I was a little hesitant to buy them because I was concerned about quality but they are awesome, and perfect for anyone obsessed with HP!" —Savannah Heigl

Get a set of five from Amazon for $14.99.

17. A crewneck sweatshirt that pays homage to their favorite eatery and the only place they UberEats from: The Leaky Cauldron.

model wearing white sweatshirt that says the Leaky Cauldron in black
TrendsApparelStudio / Etsy

Get it from TrendsApparelStudio on Etsy for $25+ (available in sizes S-2X and in nine colors).

18. A vinyl decal capable of transforming your bathroom into one that Moaning Myrtle would want to haunt. Plus, it provides an express route to your job — which is with the Ministry of Magic, of course.

reviewer photo of the decal

Promising review: "This is so brilliant! It makes me smile every time I see it, and it never fails to make my guests laugh." —Rachael Litzenburg

Get it from World Factory Design on Amazon Handmade for $9.95.

19. Bertie Bott’s beans available in a wide array of delicious, not-at-all-disgusting flavors. Banana! Blueberry! Black Pepper! Booger!

reviewer holding the jelly beans

Promising review: "These are petty self-explanatory if you've seen the movies or read the books. Some are yummy, some are awful! Highly entertaining for kiddos and adults alike." —J. Riskin

Get a pack of two from Amazon for $6.44.

20. A Quidditch set that makes a more exciting gift than say — oh, I don't know — a Nimbus 2000. This comes with a quaffle, two bludgers, a snitch, and a Quidditch poster for anyone who aspires to be the next Viktor Krum.

reviewer photo of the set

Promising review: "I love this quidditch set! My husband bought me these to display on my desk at work. The quality is outstanding. The trunk is made of thick cardboard and has beautiful designs painted on it. There is even a lock and a key for it! It's a upscale collectible for a small price and a great gift for any HP fan." —Kari

Get it from Amazon for $26.96.

21. A personalized necklace complete with a custom card *and* a gorgeous rose gold chain (lightning bolt pendant included, of course) destined to become their favorite new accessory.

the lightning bolt necklace on a white card with a quote that says "Emma"
PorkyPenguinGifts / Etsy

Get it from PorkyPenguinGifts on Etsy for $33.54.

22. A Trans pride Hogwarts and book sticker because it's true: the magic truly belongs to *all* of us. You! You! You! Your neighbor! Your best friend's sibling! The acquaintance you don't really know, but still inexplicably follow on Instagram! The person you were friends with in pre-school but have since lost touch with! And you!

artthatsticksCO / Etsy, BlairandBooks / Etsy

Get the first sticker from artthatsticksCO on Etsy for $2.99; Get the second sticker from BlairandBooks on Etsy for $2.75.

23. A tapestry backdrop capable of transforming their Ikea-furnished living room into the renowned Hogwarts library itself. Note: Restricted section not included.

the book-inspired tapestry hanging behind a couch

Promising review: "I love everything about this bookshelf wall tapestry. It’s very durable — sometimes my pillows will tug on it a bit, especially when I’m sleeping, it doesn’t tear off or anything. The design is gorgeous and very clear, as well. I’m adding HP touches to my room and this was absolutely perfect." —Socorro Cardenas

Get it from Amazon for $17.51 (available in two sizes).

24. A Snape-inspired heat-changing mug to add a tear, or two, or several to their morning coffee routine. Always. *begins to sob*

the mug with before and after photos in which it's black when cold but reveals an image when hot

Promising review: "If I could give this mug more stars, I would. My daughter and I are both Harry Potter fans, and we love Snape in particular. This is perhaps the best design on a heat-changing mug (of which we have a few) I've seen yet. We both love it, and I'm glad I selected it as a birthday gift for her." —Kevin White

Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in 11 styles).

25. A doormat that would not be condoned by one Arthur Weasley, who is fascinated by muggles and curious as to what the function of a rubber duck is. I'm personally not a muggle and therefore not sure, but feel free to sound off in the comments if you are A: a muggle and B: know the answer.

the mat with text "Wizards Welcome (Muggles Tolerated)"

Get it from BoxLunch for $29.90.

26. Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Diagon Alley and Beyond, a book featuring intricate pop-ups and stunning illustrations so they can feel as if they've just bought a novel from Flourish and Botts and are about to make a quick pit stop at the Gringotts ATM.

the book
Insight Editions

Get it from Amazon for $43.50, Target for $75, Bookshop for $69 (to support local booksellers), or check your local library.

27. A midnight blue pillow cover so they can feel like they're taking a snooze in the Gryffindor dormitory even if they are *le tear* not.

the blue velvet pillow with gold tassels and Hogwarts etched onto it
Pottery Barn

Get it from Pottery Barn for $39.50.

28. Uno cards that provide the perfect consolation game for anyone who straight-up sucks at Wizard's Chess. And unless their name is Ron Weasley, it's likely they fall into this category.


Promising review: "People love playing UNO, and they love Harry Potter. Mix them together and heads might explode with excitement. Well that didn't happen, but fierce games of UNO have. As fierce as can be with kids, which can be cutthroat. Anyways, I'm rambling! The cards have nice pictures, hold up pretty well, and is a lot of fun. This review is over. Expelliarmus!" —Jared McFarland

Get it from Amazon for $5.99.

29. An Herbology tee for the person who thinks dogs are cute, sure — but despite the need for earmuffs, it's a mandrake they'd really like to keep as a pet.

the white tee with Herbology printed on it

Get it from HannaMatata on Etsy for $15.40+ (available in sizes 6M-5XL and in multiple styles and four colors).

30. A Gringotts Bank coin collection that includes a galleon, sickle, and knut they'll want to bring along on their next Diagon Alley shopping spree — one never knows when their debit card will malfunction and they'll need cold hard coins.

reviewer photo of the coin collection

Promising review: "I have so much Noble Collection Harry Potter merchandise it's almost crazy. Every one of their products, including this one, are true master replicas. Every detail on the coins is perfect; they are heavy metal, not cheap plastic. The case opens on hinges so you can take the coins out and flip them to the other side." —Kaylee

Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

31. A Lego building set so they can remake the only home they'd care about on Zillow: Hagrid's Hut. This includes 496 pieces to help them save Buckbeak and ~rebuild~ the iconic scene in The Prisoner of Azkaban.

Promising review: "I love this scene from the movie so got this for my son. It's really charming — the fireplace lights up, you get many characters, and the little touches are adorable. My 12-year-old was able to put it together by himself. He really loves it. Said it was one of his favorite sets ever (and he has the Millennium Falcon)." —Jen

Get it from Amazon for $47.99 (originally $59.99).

32. A 2021 boxed calendar packed with difficult trivia questions, fun behind-the-scenes facts, and vibrant images from the movies that turn every morning into a ~magical~ one.

the calendar

Get it from Amazon for $14.39.

33. A personalized teaspoon that's available in a gift box which means *phew* you won't have to worry about tape, wrapping paper, scissors, and all the stress that trio causes.

the purple spoon with engraved text that says "yer a wizard Joel"
SammyMeGifts / Etsy

Get it from SammyMeGifts on Etsy for $13.99+ (available in eight colors and three styles).

34. A wizard-inspired alley book nook for the bibliophile who has more books in their room than...just about anything else. Excuse me while I ~swish and flick~ my credit card from across the room so I can go ahead and purchase this for myself. BRB.

the book nook
3DPrintingbyChris / Etsy

Get it from 3DPrintingbyChris on Etsy for $165.

35. A hip flask specifically made for polyjuice potion, which I'm hoping they didn't steal from Snape's stash because that is grounds for expulsion and is that really worth it?!?!?!

the flask

Promising review: "So clever and the perfect gift for a Potter fan! It got a good laugh and it’s functional." —Catalina

Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

36. A Marauder's Map replica so they can walk throughout their apartment and know — before opening their bedroom door — if their roommate's annoying boyfriend is in the bathroom. Yet again. Taking a very long shower.

Promising review: "This muggle was quite impressed with this map! The paper has a nice texture and weight to it with 'stains,' and it opens up to show many treasures and details to read." —Jennifer N Evans

Get it from Amazon for $29.50.

37. A Hogwarts Express set going ~choo choo~ straight to my shopping cart and underneath their Christmas tree. This includes the train (two C batteries not included) and two track pieces, all three of which are super intricate and detailed.

the red Howarts Express train

Promising review: "Absolutely stunning, can’t wait to put it out at Christmas with rest of village." —Darren Labigalini

Get it from Amazon for $84.82 (originally $140).

38. Cotton socks currently running a special promotion! All proceeds will be donated to S.P.E.W. (Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare).

A reviewer's pair of socks; one says "Master has given Dobby a sock" and the other "Dobby is FREE", both in the Harry Potter font

Promising review: "Great design, thick and comfy socks, great colors. Hasn't faded or shrunk or come apart after multiple washes." —Jeanie Knox

Get them from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in four colors).

39. A ~birthdae~ cake pop-up card crafted by Hagrid himself. Words and all.


Promising review: "I got this for my wife for her birthday (we are both avid Potter fans). This is an incredible pop-up style card and is amazing quality. I would definitely recommend." —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

40. An enamel pin so they can represent their favorite treat with pride: Peppermint toads taste better than regular chocolate frogs and they said what they said.

the blue enamel pin with the peppermint toad design
MagicalTiffany / Etsy

Get it from MagicalTiffany on Etsy for $11.85.

41. A piano sheet music book so that they can replicate the soundtrack of the entire film series. Look at them go! Professor Flitwick would be so proud!

reviewer photo of sheet from music book

Promising review: "Incredibly well transcribed music. Songs are relatively easy to learn, fun to play, and sound just like the tracks from the score (or as close as they can being just solo piano.) If you have a keyboard that can sound like different instruments it's especially fun, as you can make the songs sound even closer to the originals." —Sam

Get it from Amazon for $23.24.

42. House crest cookie cutters perfect for their next Harry Potter movie marathon. All they'll have to do is lay out some pre-made cookie dough, give it a couple of stamps, pour themselves a glass of wine while said dough bakes, and voila! It now looks like they catered.

the house crest cookie cutters

Get it from Williams-Sonoma for $19.95 (originally $9.95).

43. A super comfy pullover hoodie so that every passerby knows where their Alma Mater is. "Didn't get your acceptance letter? Can't relate." —whoever receives this as a gift.

reviewer wearing the gray hoodie

Promising review: "I LOVE how comfortable this hoodie is. Not too baggy or too tight at all." —Faith

Get it from Amazon for $35.99 (available in sizes S-XXL).

44. A mint- or vanilla-scented bath bomb that acts as an aquatic sorting hat. That's right! They just drop this into their tub to find out which house they belong in: blue for Ravenclaw, red for Gryffindor, green for Slytherin, yellow for Hufflepuff.

the white bath bomb

This bath bomb is made with a mixture of Epsom salt, coconut oil, and essential oils to soften your skin as you soak.

Promising review: "This was a great bath bomb! I loved the surprise of finding out what house I had been sorted into (Ravenclaw) The bath bomb had a pleasant smell and made my skin nice and soft, too. I’ll be buying these again to give to friends for gifts." —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $12.95.

45. Harry Potter: The Illustrated Collection boxed set containing the first three books of the beloved series. The books are gorgeously illustrated which makes them perfect gift for new readers *and* massive Potter fans alike.,

Get it from Amazon for $62.98 (originally $120).

46. An engraved pencil set for when their quill and ink duo aren't readily available. Standardized testing + these writing utensils = almost FUN!?

the pencils
Amazon Handmade

Promising review: "My son freaked out when he got these! They cane quickly and are high quality." —Boy Mama

Get a pack of seven at Define Design 11 on Amazon Handmade for $15.

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