24 November 2015

Christmas Gift Guide for Harry Potter Fans

Thought I'd turn my hand to a Christmas Guide today, and there's no better place to start than Harry Potter. A Christmas post in November? Deny it all you want but we're just over a month away to C-day and I like to be prepared. There's the bonus that if you are currently Christmas shopping you can get yourself adorable things from across the water and it will still make it in time to be wrapped and under the tree before Santa visits. I'm combining my love for online shopping with everyone's favourite wizard and browsing for a little something something for myself too.

The first three I'm going to put on my list don't have a photograph attached but they should definitely not be ignored. If you can wait until 2017, purchasing the Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (from £120 for Part 1 & 2) would be a great choice that would make you the number one present giver in the land. If you love someone but just not that much, there's always the Gift Ticket to the Warner Brothers Studio Tour (£33 each not including delivery). And then there's that third tier of friendship where a nice Harry Potter Mystery Box (currently on sale from £12.50 from The Wily Fox) would be a nice treat and not damage the bank.

If you didn't see already, there is an Illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (£25 online at Waterstones or click and collect from your nearest store) that is making it's way on to everyone's Christmas list if they don't purchase it there and then for being so beautiful. Another fun gift is the Harry Potter Colouring Book (£7.49 online at Waterstones or click and collect from your nearest store). 

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Hardback)Harry Potter Colouring Book (Paperback)

And you can't buy a book without a bookmark, so here's a Set of 5 Harry Potter Bookmarks (£6.07 not including shipping from HomeDecorDrawing) for that one person you like 5 times as much as anyone else or you can give them one and I suppose we'll just have to keep the other four for ourselves. 

Set of 5 Harry Potter bookmarks, unique bookmark, inspirational bookmark, paper bookmark, Harry Potter quotes

For our drinking buddies, whether it be tea or something stronger: I'm Quite the Catch Mug (£8.82 plus shipping from PerkMeUps) or the Harry Potter Shot Glasses (£14.00 plus shipping from ZetaDesign)

Harry Potter Mug - I'm Quite a Catch - Coffee Mug - Harry Potter Movie Gift - Golden SnitchHarry Potter shot glasses

Obviously, I'm still obsessed with Pop Vinyl Figures. With new Harry Potter ones recently revealed (including Dobby, Sirius, Luna and Draco - ALL of them are great, okay?) now is a great time to stock up on the first wave. Harry Potter / Albus Dumbledore Pop Vinyl Figures (many more to choose from, currently £8.99 on Forbidden Planet)

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It's cold and it's Christmas so get them a jumper! Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Muggle Jumper (£15.61 not including shipping Bride Bikini) and a nice matching Gryffindor  / Slytherin / Ravenclaw / Hufflepuff Authentic Scarf (£26.95 each plus delivery) will make cold walks outside a little more magical.



For that friend who is obsessed with interior design and making their home as cosy as possible, the I Solemnly Swear I'm Up To No Good Print (from £5.00 plus shipping from Elsie and Nell) and Don't Let The Muggles Get You Down Pillow (£10.18 plus shipping from Lessssismoreee) would definitely improve their muggle homestead. 

I Solemnly Swear That I Am Up To No Good - Harry Potter - Typographic Art Print - A4 A5 - Funny InspirationalDeathly hallows Harry Potter Pillow Cover Handmade pillow Harry potter Throw Pillow cover cotton canvas pillow cover Pillow Cover Gift



And for lovers of stationary, you can go big with the Harry Potter Deluxe Stationary Kit (£25 at Waterstones) or go small with the A5 Spell Book Notebook (£5.99 plus shipping from Badger Prints UK) and both will make a potterhead happy. 

Harry Potter Hogwarts Deluxe Stationery Kit: Hogwarts Deluxe Stationery Kit (Kit)A5 Spell Book Notebook / Journal Ideal Christmas Gift or Stationery for Fans of Harry Potter,  Magic Spells and Fantasy

This is a Christmas Guide, sure, it has also doubled to my actual Christmas list. I wasn't asked to put this together and no one requested to be on this post. I just woke up this morning and really fancied browsing some Harry Potter things and thought I'd share my favourites.

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18 comments:

  1. Amazing guide! I'd like to receive every single item in this post!

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    1. DO IT <3 I know I will, but will probably wait for actual Christmas spending money if I don't receive them as gifts :p

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  2. I would love to have that stationery kit, and I definitely wouldn't mind having that sweater either! The illustrated Philosopher's Stone book is the first thing on my wishlist, and I'll probably get it for myself, if no one else does ;) You've found some wonderful things here, thanks for sharing.

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    1. I got the illustrated version as soon as it came out (a present from me to me), I can't wait for the other 6! The stationary kit is absolutely wonderful, one that I will buy at some point down the line :)

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  3. Oh. My. God. This is incredible! I'm a huge Harry Potter fan and half of these I didn't know existed! I need the illustrated edition of Harry Potter for sure! I wish I could see photos of the inside of the stationary kit though gah! Have you got tickets to the cursed child?

    Also - as a Harry Potter fan you might enjoy this Harry Potter Haul of mine!

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    1. I haven't got tickets for the Cursed Child yet, I do plan to go eventually but I can't really purchase tickets till after Christmas anyway :)

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  4. Such a great guide - I want everything on this list! :D

    Also, I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award - you can see the nomination here: http://www.theliterarychic.com/2015/11/25/versatile-blogger-award/

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    1. I'm just going to buy everything on this list I don't have after Christmas. I just have too. Thank you for the nomination :)

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  5. SO want that stationary kit! And I snagged the illustrated HP for my kiddo for Christmas...though it's equally as much for me. :D

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    1. In my head I'm buying the illustrated versions to read to my kids when I have them too, I've always wanted to read Harry Potter to them <3

      The stationary kit is exquisite!

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  6. I just started reading the books for like a gazillionth time. Don't know why I love reading them especially in the winter, maybe because it makes it even more magical.
    And absolute favourite for the filthy muggle jumper! :D

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    1. I want that jumper so bad! I really need to read them again, my last reading was way too long ago!

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    1. Too little money to buy them all for myself ;)

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  8. Aww the colouring book looks great! I might get it (or Sherlock's). I am searching for Snape's Funko atm... the shop where I usually get my pops does not have him! O.o :(

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    1. The Sherlock one looks amazing too - if I had time to colour in I'd get that, the HP and the Tolkien one. I hope you find you're Snape!

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  9. OMGGGGGG I WANT EVERYTHING!!! :D :D

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