In the Harry Potter series of books, every student at Hogwart’s School of Wizardry and Witchcraft gets “sorted” into a house. Each house’s members are known for having certain traits. Potter fans have embraced these houses, and many of them (myself included!) love to show pride to the house that they feel reflects their personality. (Want to you know your house? Take the quiz on Pottermore!)
Hufflepuffs are know for being loyal, patient, and hardworking. The house colors are black and canary yellow, and the house mascot is the badger. My middle son is a Hufflepuff, so this house holds a special place in my heart!
These gifts are perfect for the Hufflepuff in your life — or even for you, if this is the house you call “home.”
9 Hufflepuff Gifts for Harry Potter Fans
Hufflepuff Pajamas — These close-fit cotton pajamas are perfect for the little Hufflepuffs in your life. I’ve already purchased these to give to my middle son on Christmas Eve!
Hufflepuff Pen and Stand — This gorgeous, high-quality pen comes with a heavy stand in the shape of a badger, the Hufflepuff house mascot. This is perfect for grown-up Hufflepuffs to keep at their desk or office.
Hufflepuff Patch Knit Scarf — I adore this knit scarf, which features the Hufflepuff colors and the Hufflepuff house crest.
Hufflepuff Journal — Insight’s journals are absolutely gorgeous, and this Hufflepuff journal is no exception. It’s a hardcover journal with lined pages, and is pocket-sized, which is perfect for kids.
Hufflepuff Socks — I love argyle print and Harry Potter, so these argyle Hufflepuff socks were an obvious choice for the list. The print is yellow and gray with a Hufflepuff crest at the top.
Hufflepuff Backpack — I adore the print on this Hufflepuff backpack. It’s great for kids, but I’d happily carry it as an adult!
Hufflepuff Shirt — There are lots of Hufflepuff shirts out there, but I love the style of this raglan t-shirt. Sizing on this shirt is Juniors, so it’s perfect for tweens and teens.
Hufflepuff Bracelet — The style of this Hufflepuff bracelet is called an “arm party,” and I love all the different elements and how they stack. Best of all, you can separate out each bracelet and wear them individually.