Christmastime at Hogwarts was indisputably the best at the magical school of witchcraft and wizardry.
While all of the other students went home to be with their families, oftentimes Harry, Ron, and Hermione would stick behind to roam the halls and search for clues. Now you can deck your own halls with Harry Potter–themed ornaments for a Christmas that's almost as stunning as the Great Hall in Hogwarts.
Some of the most popular gifts selling on Amazon are Harry Potter related. These ornaments of some of the iconic characters are definitely the cutest products for the holidays. Plus, there's an advent calendar featuring little Funko Pop! Harry Potter dolls to countdown the 24 days leading up to Christmas.
Who needs chocolate, wine, or cheese advent calendars to celebrate the holidays when you can have a Harry Potter one. Filled with mini Funko Pop! dolls, it includes characters from the Yule Ball in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Twenty-four figurines will help you count down to Christmas Day.
The boy who lived looks all-too adorable as this ornament hanging from a Christmas tree. Harry Potter is wearing his Gryffindor scarf, has his signature lightning bolt scar, and his iconic big, round glasses.
Hermione wasn't always the strongest flyer, but here she is whizzing away on your Christmas tree. Stepping into a Harry Potter–themed decorated house during the holidays would be impressive to anyone in the fandom. It would take dedication to find enough Harry Potter–themed ornaments to decorate an entire tree.
Ron's bright red hair will be easy to spot under the Christmas lights. The Weasley brother is a big fan of Quidditch, and while he wasn't as good as Harry on a broom, he could get by. The middle child is sporting his school robes but during Christmas, he'd have a monogrammed sweater from his mother.
Another iconic emblem from the movies is the sorting hat. While this one is too small to make any decisions about the fate of your Hogwarts House, it is just right for a Christmas tree. The wrinkles in the hat make out a face that looks like it's scowling in the middle.
Before Dobby was set free by being gifted a sock, he was the house elf to the Malfoy household. This figurine looks like a cross between a pig and the house elf, but is still cute enough to deserve a spot on anyone's tree.
Anyone who has Harry Potter hanging on their tree needs his best pal Hedwig. The brave owl sacrificed her life for her owner in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One. Now she can live on forever during the holiday season as a trinket under the mistletoe.
Beware of putting this Niffler on the tree; it might steal every other shiny ornament hanging beside it. In Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Newt Scamander searches for his lost Niffler through the streets of New York City. In the film, it gobbles up any shiny bauble and stores them in its pouch.
To show your true Hogwarts pride, this ornament features the Hogwarts crest. All four Houses –– Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw –– are present on the four corners. Plus, the crest has each of the house's symbols: a lion, a snake, a badger, and an eagle.
This mystery grab bag would make for a great stocking stuffer at a cheap price. One of these six Hallmark ornaments is in an undisclosed bag, which will make for a fun surprise on Christmas morning. Uncover either Snape, Dumbledore, Voldemort, Harry, Ron, or Hermione ornaments.
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