If you're looking to gift a "Harry Potter" fan, don't trust anything that wasn't written by one (or, in this case, a pair of them).We put together a list of gift ideas to suit every witch, wizard, and half-blood out therefrom baking supplies to patronus lamps.Need more gift ideas' Check out all of our holiday gift guides for 2019.It's hard to imagine someone not being a "Harry Potter" fan, save for You-Know-Who himself. But for that one slightly obsessed friend who has a Deathly Hallows tattoo, is a total wiz at "Harry Potter" trivia, and has re-read the books multiple times, the term "fan" probably doesn't even begin to cover it.If they have yet to receive their Hogwarts letter, the next best thing they could get might just be one of these gifts. We rounded up something fun for every type of muggle and wizard, from the ones who just love the movies (aka the muggles) to the die-hards who can tell you the answer to what you'd get if you added powdered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood (the wizards).The 5 best "Harry Potter" gifts:A pair of Vans sneakers themed by Hogwarts houseA Wizard Chess set that won't destroy itself every time you playA dainty Deathly Hallows bracelet or necklaceA glow-in-the-dark Marauder's Map throw-pillow caseA holographic notebook with a moving image from the homepage of the Daily ProphetShop more "Harry Potter" gift ideas:A pair of sneakers that'll protect your feet when you fall off your broomstick (or skateboard)Vans X Harry Potter sneakers, $72.99, at ZapposComing in different styles and colors for each of the houses (Slytherine's is a low top with a faux snakeskin finish, of course), along with more house-neutral pairs like a Marauder's Map print slip-on, Vans' "Harry Potter" line takes the Rock Cake for the best collab we've seen over the past few years. You can see all the other styles, like backpacks, sweatshirts, and T-shirts, here.A set of socks any house elf would love to receiveHarry Potter Ankle Socks Pack, $13.44, at AmazonI hope you'll be buying these for every house elf you know. S.P.E.W. thanks you for your generosity.An illustrated collection of the "Harry Potter" books to make reading them again feel like a new experienceHarry Potter The Illustrated Collection (Books 1-3), $64.99, at AmazonPerfect for Potterhead parents, this collection of illustrated books is a child's perfect introduction to the series. Parents can read aloud while children marvel at the gorgeous illustrations as they too fall in love with images of Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Buckbeak, and Dobby. But this boxed set isn't just for kids. It's the perfect gift for someone who would love to see their beloved universe interpreted in a new way in full color.A Hedwig jar for your Honeyduke sweetsHarry Potter Hedwig Cookie Jar, $69.95, at Williams SonomaPay homage to this true hero of the Second Wizarding War by giving her a prominent place in the home in the form of this cookie jar. It's the least we can do to honor her great sacrifice. And it's a great place to store the cookies they made with their new Harry Potter cookie cutters.A Wizard Chess set that won't destroy itself every time you playHarry Potter Wizard Chess Set, $36.99, at AmazonThis might be one instance where I prefer the muggle version to the wizard version. This Wizard Chess set doesn't come with the danger of bodily harm when bishop takes knight. It's also convenient for those of use who love to play chess, but just don't have the space in our cursed dungeon to keep the life-sized set.A lamp that lights up with the Lumos spellHarry Potter Deathly Hallows Lamp, $18.74, at TargetSometimes I mutter "Lumos" to myself when I turn my phone flashlight on. This lamp is a much cooler way to get the same effect, though you'll still have to press a button to turn it on.A set of cookie cutters for your favorite house elf who loves to bakeHarry Potter Cookie Cutter Set, $18.71, at Williams SonomaThese cookie cutters (or biscuit cutters if you're Professor McGonagall) let them bake up some of their favorite Potter icons like Hedwig, a Nimbus 3000, a Golden Snitch, and more. They'll want to treat their friends to some festive treats during their next "Harry Potter" marathon. As McGonagall says, "Have a biscuit, Potter!"Check out all of Williams Sonoma's "Harry Potter" items here.A Hogwarts PopSocket grip for muggle communication devicesHarry Potter Hogwarts PopSockets, available from PopSockets, $15Our smartphones might be the closest things we muggles have to magic wands. Think about it: We use them to communicate, have all the knowledge in the world at our fingertips, and even control other devices from afar. Treat their phone like the true magical tool it is by adding some Hogwarts flair with this PopSockets grip.A welcome mat that shows off your wizard prideHarry Potter Wizards Welcome Door Mat, $11.90, at AmazonUnfortunately science hasn't figured out a way to allow muggles to apparate yet, so we have to settle for walking, which means dirty shoes are always a danger. Keep that "No-Maj" dirt off their clean floors with this doormat that clearly states their preferred company.A Golden Snitch clock that's not hard to findHarry Potter Golden Snitch Clock, $34.99, at Pottery BarnThere's a "Snitch in time" joke somewhere in here...A house scarf to keep you warm when you venture out to HogsmeadeHarry Potter Scarf, $17.95, at AmazonThis scarf is a classic. It's almost an exact replica of the ones the characters wear in the films, and it's one of the basic pieces of Harry Potter memorabilia every fan should own. They can represent their house or remain neutral with a Hogwarts crest version if they just can't come to terms with the fact that they're a Hufflepuff when they've always insisted they were a Slytherin.A build-it-yourself Hogwarts LEGO set that muggles will have to do by handHarry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall LEGO Set, $99.95, at AmazonKids will love this Lego set that lets them build Hogwarts and recreate iconic scenes from the books and films. Plus it features the whole gang from Harry, Ron, and Hermione all the way to Nearly Headless Nick, Professor Quirrell, and the Basilisk. It's rated for ages 9 to 14, which is just the right age for them to be reading the books for the first time. This is a great pairing for someone just discovering the world of Harry Potter.A Time Turner clock that actually spinsHarry Potter Time-Turner Clock, $39.99, at Pottery BarnIt may not be able to take them back in time or help them be in two places at once, but this time-turner clock will help them stay on top of their appointments. Its functional hourglass on the back can even time study breaks. Don't be late for divination class!Harry Potter Daily Prophet PajamasHarry Potter Daily Prophet Pajamas, from $47.99, at PB TeenNow you can read the Sunday paper without even getting out of bed to pick it upunfortunately, though, the pictures don't move."Harry Potter"-themed jewelry too dainty to ever become HorcruxesHarry Potter Deathly Hallows Adjustable Necklace, $39, at Alex and AniIf they prefer their fandom to take a subtler form, this Deathly Hallows necklace is a great choice. It's essentially a more delicate and elegant version of the necklace Xenophilius Lovegood wears to Bill and Fleur's wedding. It comes in both silver and gold and it's adjustable so they can perfectly position it as a choker. Might we suggest wearing it to the next Yule Ball'Check out all of Alex and Ani's other "Harry Potter"-themed jewelry here.A kitchen towel to show your house or school prideHarry Potter Hogwarts Towel, $11.96, at Williams SonomaPotion bubbled over again' Clean it up quickly with this Hogwarts crest tea towel before Snape sees you, or before it eats a hole in the table! What are you brewing, exactly'You can get house towels for Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin as well.A sentimental lamp that projects Snape's patronusHarry Potter Snape's Patronus Lamp, $24.99, at AmazonAlways. Just a single word has become one of the most famous lines in the entire Harry Potter series. It's an encapsulation of Severus Snape's entire story arc and a profession of unconditional and everlasting love that rocked readers everywhere. What better way to provide a reminder of that love than in the form of light'A notebook with a moving image that looks like a cutout from the Daily ProphetHarry Potter Lenticular Movement Notebook, $12, at AmazonThis notebook with Harry's wanted poster on the cover is a great place to keep a journal that's not possessed by the soul of the Dark Lord. Horcrux free, guaranteed! Plus, the lenticular photo moves when the notebook is shifted back and forth, giving it an extra magical air.A jewelry holder they won't need to go under water to openHarry Potter Golden Egg Necklace Holder, available from Pottery Barn, $77.99They can keep their necklaces tangle-free and hidden from any nargles who might try to swipe them in this golden egg jewelry box. Thankfully, they won't have to submerge this one underwater to get it open, much to the disappointment of Moaning Myrtle.A cookbook that imagines recipes for everything from Pumpkin Juice to Acid PopsUnofficial Harry Potter Cookbook, $10.95, at AmazonForget the magic, I was always envious of the food in the Harry Potter universe! This cookbook lets them recreate some of the gang's favorite meals, drinks, and sweet treats. It's got all the classics like butterbeer and pumpkin pasties, classic British desserts like treacle tarts, and some deep cuts from the HP universe like lemon drops, the password to Dumbledore's office in "The Chamber of Secrets," and Kreacher's french onion soup from "The Deathly Hallows," the best Harry's ever had. Plus it tells you exactly where in the books to find the references to each food.A jar of Bertie Bott's Beans that... don't all taste good.Harry Potter Bertie Bott's Beans, $14.95, at Williams SonomaBertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans are perhaps the most famous sweet to come out of the Harry Potter universe, and the flavor roulette is half the fun. Will they get tutti frutti or vomit' They won't know until they try. Plus, the glass jar that remains after they've eaten all the beans is the perfect place to store their powdered root of asphodel for potions class.A blanket to curl up with when your day's mischief has finally been managedHarry Potter Marauder's Map Tapestry Throw Blanket, $28.75, at AmazonOnce their mischief has been managed, they'll love getting cozy with this Marauder's Map throw blanket to rest up for their next adventure. It's perfect for just lounging around or for movie marathons on the couch. Accio, popcorn!A disappearing Marauder's Map pillow case that magically appears with the right lightHarry Potter Marauder's Map Pillow Cover, $24.99-$34.99, at PB TeenTurn on your black light to reveal the Marauder's Map, printed on the front and back of this decorative pillow cover. Just don't carry it around your house or dormmuggles might get suspicious.A spinning toy that any seeker will want to fidget withHarry Potter Golden Snitch Fidget Spinner, $11.98, at AmazonThis Golden Snitch shaped fidget spinner will help them take out some of their boredom between Quidditch practice. Its wings spin so fast they become only a blur, just like the real thing. Good thing this one doesn't fly or they may never catch it. If anyone else insists on sharing the Snitch spinner, be sure to remind them that Snitches have flesh memories and this one only works for them.A Potter pillow that's basically a 'somnium' hex incarnateHarry Potter Throw Pillow Black/Gold, $16.99, at TargetThis sequin throw pillow has enough pizzazz to spruce up even the dreariest cupboard under the stairs. The black and silver color scheme ensures it'll match with every type of decor and add some magic to their space.A magical mug that reveals the Marauder's Map with hot liquidHarry Potter Morphing Mugs, $14.99, at AmazonTo a muggle, this is just a black coffee mug. But witches and wizards know that once it's full of hot frothy butterbeer, it comes to life to reveal the Marauder's Map. If butterbeer's not their thing, any hot beverage will dolike coffee. Coffee's magic, right' And once they finish their drink, the mug will transform back to black. Mischief Managed.If you want something more classic, you can opt for these mugs that heat change from black to the original covers of the "Harry Potter" books.A velvet case that's fit for their potionsHarry Potter Velvet Train Case, $49.99, at Pottery Barn TeenThese Hogwarts house-themed dopp kits are perfect for packing potion supplies or skin care products for trips to Hogwartsor any muggle travel destination. Plus, you can add a monogram so your traveller won't accidentally mix up their Train Case with that of a fellow Hufflepuff. Though that would be a nice way to make a new friend.Snacks for the train ride to HogwartsHarry Potter Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, $24.95, at Williams SonomaGive the gift of these Harry Potter Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, since a certain student has the tendency to buy up the entire contents of the Honeydukes Trolley on the Hogwarts Express. This way, they won't be without a snack on their magical journey. Plus they can share with friends, no matter what house they've been sorted into.A swaddle set for the Potter-loving parentHarry Potter Invisibility Cloak, $68.95, at AmazonEvery kid who's ever known of Harry's Invisibility Cloak has wanted one of their own. Now they can pair this movie-accurate cloak with an app that actually makes you disappear. Channel your inner Weasley and record your mischief as you float around undetected. Just watch out for Mr. Filch.A swaddle set for the Potter-loving parentHarry Potter 47" classic swaddle set, $59.95, at Aden + AnaisStart their love of the magical world of witchcraft and wizardry young with this set of three swaddle blankets with Harry Potter motifs. These cozy and comforting cloths keep your young witch or wizard safely asleep with gentle patterns won't get in the way of their slumber.Looking for more gift ideas' We've got you covered.Our master list of every gift guide you'll ever need50 creative gift ideas under $2550 thoughtful gift ideas under $5076 clever gift ideas under $10044 cool stocking stuffers on Amazon26 affordable tech gifts under $2551 thoughtful gifts for her, all under $5065 cool gifts for him on Amazon17 cool gift ideas for the music lover Click here to read full news..