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    38 Stocking Stuffers For Anyone Obsessed With Harry Potter

    Gifts just as good (if not better than) a Nimbus 2000.

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    1. 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+

    2. Illustrated post cards featuring Snape in a series of puns that, to be completely honest, he probably would have hated. It's something he would've confiscated from Ron, you know what I mean?


    Get a set of seven from Katie Abey Design on Etsy for $4.62.

    3. Dishwasher-safe silicone cookie stamps 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.


    This set comes with one wooden handle and five interchangeable stamps with Ravenclaw, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, and Hogwarts crests.

    Promising review: "So much fun! I made these for a HP-themed party and everyone thought I was one of those creative Pinterest-y people after seeing these!" —Breanne

    Get a set of five from Amazon for $9.95.

    4. 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.

    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 $17.49 (originally $29.99).

    5. Lightning bolt studs everyone will be asking them about. "Did you, too, have a face-off with Voldemort?"


    Get it from Amazon for $11.99 (available in 15 colors).

    6. A magical cookbook that'll have them sipping on gin and (pumpkin) juice in no time. They hate pumpkin juice? FINE! This also contains recipes for treacle tarts, rock cakes, kippers, and more.


    Promising review: "I LOVE THIS. I'm no master chef, but this cookbook might change that: I might even become a master wizard chef! Anyways, the recipes are phenomenal. The book has a bunch of cute references, and my younger siblings go crazy whenever I make something from this book. I most recently made the meat and potato pies, which can be found on page 44." —Tigerlily

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    7. An acrylic ornament you can personalize with the name of your favorite muggle! This is perfect for hanging on a tree, dropping in a stocking, or attaching to the bow of a wrapped present. (Psst, this ornament is available in all four houses.)


    Promising review: "This is the first Christmas that me and my fiancé are spending together. We are both Gryfinndors, so this was perfect. I had both our names put on it, ordered this on a Sunday, and I got an email four hours later saying that it was shipped. This looks fantastic and I couldn't be more pleased!" —Ryan B.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    8. A slouchy beanie so they can don some Quidditch house pride whilst also keeping their muggle noggin warm.


    Promising review: "I LOVE IT!! This is a relatively large beanie and is totally awesome in my opinion. The knitting is soft and the Slytherin patch is legit. Now all I have to do is represent House Slytherin in front of all these Muggles..." —Dave

    Get it from Amazon for $16.95 (available in nine colors and styles).

    9. Ceramic coasters featuring some fantastic HP-inspired designs (including the Deathly Hallows *swoon*) to protect their table from permanent wine glass, coffee mug, and gillywater stains.


    Promising review: "These are beautiful, heavy coasters and the colors were vibrant and impressive. Excellent gift idea!" —blondie

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $19.99.

    10. 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.

    11. Harry Potter coloring books filled with gorgeous illustrations they'll want to rip out and hang in a fancy frame (which is great, because every page deserves to be on display throughout their home). / Via @harrypottercoloringbook

    Each coloring book focuses on different ~aspects~ of the wizarding world, including magical creatures, magical artifacts, and magical places.

    Promising review: "This coloring book is made of super high-quality paper and gold embellishments that make this more grown-up. There are color pictures towards the end that you can use for reference if you need to. I counted 82 coloring pages and 16 color pages, although I may be off by a page or two. There is a good variety of pattern coloring and portrait coloring. Overall, I am so impressed and this is the perfect gift for any Potter-heads you know." —Tara

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+

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


    Get them from Amazon for $7.99 (available in six colors).

    13. A chocolate frog mold for when they're too busy for a Honeydukes run but want some froggy treats ASAP.,

    Promising review: "I'm not a baker, I'm not crafty, and I've never made anything with a mold before. When my friend wanted to throw a Harry Potter-themed party, I bought this mold and agreed to make chocolate frogs. They came out perfectly! I simply melted chocolate chips, poured it in the mold, and froze it until the frogs were solid." —Surreptrixus

    Get it from Amazon for $9.02.

    14. A ruled pocket notebook they'll want to bring along en route to school. Why not jot down some pieces they'd like featured in The Quibbler whilst riding the Hogwarts Express?

    Get it from Amazon for $12.84.

    15. A 100% Out of Print cotton tee with the kind of mantra that I would consider having tattooed on my forehead. In a bright, bold font. / Via @outofprint

    Promising review: "This is a great quality shirt and suuuper soft. I’m very happy with my purchase. I went up a size for a comfier fit." —Christine

    Get it from Amazon for $20+ (available in sizes XS-3X and in nine colors)

    16. A drawing guide technically designed for kids, but who are we kidding? We're all children here. This will take their hand and guide them toward the path of creativity and artistic ability, teaching them how to draw all of the main characters in the Harry Potter universe.


    Get it from Amazon for $6.66.

    17. A silicone mold to infuse their ice (or chocolate!) game with some much-needed magic. Dining in The Great Hall? Eh, their own kitchen is probably better now.


    Promising review: "I'm so freaking happy with this! Gonna order more ASAP. The molds look SO much better in person, and I plan on using them for some handmade soaps for Christmas." —Alicia Marie

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 (originally $19.95).

    18. An iPhone + Android photo printer with the ability to ✨ bring your photo to life ✨. Prepare for change, muggles. Your newspapers will never be the same. / Via @lifeprintphoto

    This pocket-sized gadget can be used in conjunction with the LifePrint app. On that app, you record a short video of yourself, send it to the app on your phone via bluetooth/USB, and BAM! The photo will begin to print.

    To make the image move, open your app and view the printed photo through your phone! You'll be able to record the photo moving + connect it directly with your Instagram account.

    PLUS! The app comes with an editing suite filled with fun stickers and filters (Luna Lovegood glasses, anyone?), and the photos themselves come with a sticky back meaning you can slap 'em onto anything.

    Get it from Amazon for $79.99 (available in two colors).

    19. A snowy owl plush because I don't think their school dormitory would allow for a real one. It's a cruel, cruel world us muggles are living in.


    Promising review: "My nine-year-old sister is Harry Potter-obsessed and this fit right in with her collection of HP stuff. The owl is a good size (not too large, not too small) and is extremely soft." —Jessica Pearce

    Get it from Amazon for $11.95.

    20. A Hogwarts library book set complete with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle the Bard. / Via @thegraveroses

    If you prefer not getting this set, then you're in luck! Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle the Bard can all be purchased individually.

    Promising review: "If you're an HP fan then this is a must-have. This collection really helps round out the HP universe by giving more detail to books and stories that were only mentioned in the original stories. My children LOVE the Tales of Beetle the Bard. The books themselves look beautiful in the little set box on the shelf next to the rest of the HP books, too." —Jesse Vollmer

    Get it from Amazon for $15.74.

    21. 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.

    Get a set of five from Amazon for $14.99.

    22. A cotton canvas pouch complete with an extension charm, meaning you'll be able to fit their entire life (and then some) inside.


    Get it from Amazon for $12.

    23. A Hallmark ornament that will add a dose of magic to their tree this year. In fact, they'll be tempted to replace their star with this little dude which...totally understandable. I would do the same.


    Promising review: "Bought this on a whim to add some fun to my xmas tree this year. Love this little dude! Super cute, feels sturdy. Definitely recommend." —Rach

    Get it from Amazon for $6.29 (available in 12 styles).

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

    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.

    25. A wizarding world movie scrapbook with removable posters, stickers, and behind-the-scenes tidbits of information about dark wizards and ALL the noble ones who tried to stop 'em. Dumbledore’s Army, have room for one more?

    Promising review: "I got this for a friend after purchasing one myself. Love love love! This is definitely a great addition to my collection of HP stuff. It has a lot of little scrapbook items like the DA list, and the wanted poster of Sirius. You can take them out to frame or leave them in. It’s also got information tidbits on the actors and series. I just wish I could give this more stars!" —Bella

    Get it from Amazon for $14.60.

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


    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).

    27. A FunKo POP action figure for their cubicle space. If they ever feel bored with your 9-5, all they'll have to do is remember that — FINGERS CROSSED! — their Hogwarts acceptance letter should be arriving by owl...any minute now...


    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    28. A key ring that's near impossible to catch. Besides being super fast, it plays a mean game of hide and seek.

    Promising review: "This product is AMAZING! If you're looking for a well made and durable snitch for you HP collection, this is totally worth it. It's bigger than I thought which was a nice surprise. The wings rotate and are fairly sturdy." —Gretchski

    Get it from Amazon for $6.95.

    29. An enamel pin perfect for the bibliophiles of your friend group. You know, the pals most likely to break into the restricted section of the library. / Via @outofprint

    Promising review: "Great quality and super cute! Everyone compliments this pin whenever I wear it. Plus, it stays pinned securely on my lab coat and shipping was super fast." —Sherri D'Alessio

    Get it from Amazon for $10 (available in 15 styles).

    30. A wand pen and bookmark set they'll want in their backpack whilst preparing for their next O.W.L exam. What will they write with? How will they hold their place in that divination textbook?


    Promising review: "My nephew lost his mind when he got this from me. He wanted a wand but they are expensive, and this was a great substitute. He was thrilled! Bonus points that he can even write with it!" —Robin Currie

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

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

    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.

    32. A Marauder's Map replica they'll want to pack in their carry-on before boarding the Hogwarts Express, folks. Want to sneak off campus at any point? This piece of parchment paper is here to HELP.

    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 $24.99.

    33. Pajama pants sure to ~slytherin~ to your personal shopping cart. These bottoms are so cozy, Voldemort may have worn these in lieu of his billowing black robe.


    Promising review: "I had purchased these for my roommate as a Christmas gift so that when we had our HP marathons, we could be comfy but still represent our respective houses. She absolutely loved them!" —Emily17

    Get it from Amazon for $18.97+ (available in sizes XS-XXL and in two colors).

    34. An illustrated book that acts as a guide to the secret twists + turns that make up Hogwarts Castle. PLUS! This comes with a an invisible ink pen in shape of a WAND, people!


    The wand pen hybrid also acts as a flashlight, that way the invisible ink can be revealed.

    Promising review: "I love this guide book to Hogwarts. The pages are gorgeously illustrated and the text is a lot of fun. We were surprised at how well the invisible ink works! It's not like what you're used to--it's really like magic! Contains lots of fun tidbits about the films and activities to make your own Marauder's Map / Gryffindor tower password. I really like the Room of Requirement page. It breaks down some of the set pieces you can actually see in the room." —Hannah P.

    Get it from Amazon for $8.29.

    35. A lined journal they can hypothetically store a horcrux in. Do I recommend it? Probably not. But it's ultimately up to them! / Via @thenoblecollection

    Not a Gryffindor? No worries! This journal is available in all four houses.

    Promising review: "I was expecting something a But this journal is very well made! The pages look great, and the design on the front and back feels nice to the touch. Plus, the Gryffindor emblem feels sturdy and I don't feel like it'll break." —Tyger Lee

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95.

    36. Spectrespecs you'll get for free with the most current issue of The Quibbler. These bad boys will have them seeing wrackspurts in no time!

    Promising review: "These glasses are very realistic and authentic-looking. They are NOT made of cheap plastic or flimsy material. I used these for Halloween and will continue to wear them whenever I can. If you're on the fence, don't be. Go for it!" —Lunaloo

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95.

    37. 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!

    Get it from Amazon for $21.24.

    38. A quill set that includes a feather dip pen, black ink, a holder, and six nibs — because Google docs simply cannot compete with the feel of feather pen against paper, am I right?


    Promising review: "The set is gorgeous! I gave it to a friend and she loved it, too. The owl feather is patterned really nicely, the points are super precise, and I'm thinking of getting a set for myself." —Kathleen M. Zamanjahromi

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    You @ yourself for being such a good giver:

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