Our family loves all things Harry Potter. When the kids were younger, I read aloud the entire series to them, voices included. Reading time was perhaps the only time of day when the kids were all quiet, engrossed in the drama on the pages of those books.
We’ve been to Harry Potter World at Universal Studios, where we were all charmed by the atmosphere, butterbeer, and the general wizarding world feel of the place. And it seems like a spell that never wears off. My kids (yes, even the older teens) still ask for Harry Potter stuff at Christmas. So I wanted to put together a list of items I’ve found for us muggles.
“I mark the hours, every one, Nor have I yet outrun the Sun. My use a value, unto you, Are gauged by what you have to do.” – Would you like to go back in time? Then Hermione’s Time Turner necklace is just about right.
For a true Harry Potter fan, this is the ultimate gift! – The snitch looks pretty cool in its floating, illuminated state. Touch lamp turns off and on, which is best done with a wand, using the spells “Lumos” and “Nox.” It is very cool looking when lit.
Antique feel from “the Wizarding World” – Reviews said that it was uncomfortable for a blanket recommending it to be used as a rug or hang on the wall. So it’s meant to be a tapestry or a decorative piece. It will do a great job to add color to the futon, and to show your love for Harry Potter.
Wanna know how to make a Knickerbocker Glory? Then this cookbook is for you. – It’s incredibly fun and whimsical to read through, and the actual pages themselves are made to look as if they are from a tattered spellbook. Chapter titles include: “Good Food with Bad Relatives,” “Treats from the Train,” “Recipes from Giant and an Elf,” “The Favorite Cook’s Dishes,” “Holiday Fare,” and others. 😀
How about a family game of Clue for Christmas day? Harry Potter style, of course! – There are lots of fun “Hogwarts” twists on the original game to be enjoyed: house points, changing staircases (secret passages), Dark Mark cards and Help cards.
Hogwarts is my home – And of course, no Harry Potter list would be complete without a set of books. Or you could buy one book per year if you’re the torturing type. Each chapter at the top has an illustration. Bought this for me to pass down to my kids & hopefully their kids because I know Harry Potter will be a lifetime classic!
Make you very excited for every month! – This milestone blanket is the cutest way to measure the muggle’s growth! Great quality, soft good material that didn’t shed upon washing. Much cheaper than Etsy.
Buy this to add to the “Harry Potter” costume wardrobe – Novelty socks are back in, so my daughter tells me, and these are perfect for the ordinary muggle. The pattern is delicately stitched; the socks are relatively thick and stretchy, not too tight and not too loose. They work perfectly!
How about a little Gryffindor outfit for your little one? – It is so soft and even after many washes, it is still like new!
The fabric is a little rough but the print is clear and clean – I love using quotes from books to decorate my home in fun ways. These pillows fit the bill perfectly.
I would love all or any of these. Except maybe the baby milestone blanket. I’m not in that stage of life anymore (or yet).
Which gift is your favorite? 😀