If you were getting ready for a wizarding world Christmas (we can but dream), what presents would you want to see underneath the tree? We’ve put together a few suggestions, depending on your preferences and personality traits.

If you’re known for being forgetful, your perfect gift would be… a Remembrall

Do you often get the unnerving sensation that you’ve forgotten something? Then you need to get your hands on a Remembrall. This wizarding world alternative to the far less exciting Muggle phone reminder would have the added bonus of also being a lot more festive, as the Remembrall glows as red as a reindeer’s nose when it wants to attract your attention. Useful and Christmassy. Sounds perfect.

If you like to keep up-to-date with the latest trends, you might expect… new dress robes

And no, we most definitely do not mean Ron Weasley’s infamous lace-trimmed maroon confection. Think smart, think elegant, think refined. You know, something you might wear to the Yule Ball, or a Slug Club party. That sort of thing. You’d look magic, we just know it.

If you prefer keeping warm and cosy, keep your fingers crossed for a… Weasley jumper

Perhaps you’re more of a relax-it’s-Christmas kind of person, in which case we think you’d fit right into the Weasley clan. You never know, perhaps you’d fit in so well you might actually receive your own lumpily-wrapped but highly unique hand-knitted Weasley jumper. You do like maroon, right?

If you’ve got a to-do list as long as your arm, you need… Hermione’s homework planner

Christmas admin getting you down? Maybe you just need a helping hand, which is surely what Hermione intended when she gifted Ron and Harry a magical diary full of not-at-all-irritating reminders. We’re sure you’d be much more grateful than Ron and Harry. After all, if you’re the one stuck organising Christmas, what on earth could be better than a nagging voice reminding you about everything you have left to do?

Harry holding a lantern up to look at the books in the Restricted Section of the Hogwarts Library. His Invisibility Cloak is close by.

If you’re a book-lover, you should expect… well, a bunch of wizarding books, obviously

Maybe the set Sirius and Lupin once bought Harry – Practical Defensive Magic and its Use Against the Dark Arts. Maybe the New Theory of Numerology book Harry once bought Hermione. Maybe Quidditch Through the Ages or even Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches. Whatever your new festive read, we’re sure it would beat a regular Muggle book.

If you love a board game, then… a bottle of Felix Felicis would come in very useful

Just imagine! One sip of Felix Felicis with your Christmas dinner and you could be sweeping the board at monopoly, winning every hand of cards, acing the family quiz. It might not be fun for anyone else but you’d be having a great time, wouldn’t you? Besides, someone has to win these things.

If you prefer a more challenging Christmas game, you should get… a Wizard Chess Set

We’re not sure how much help the old Felix Felicis would be if you were steering actual miniature troops around, as we presume even magical ivory chess pieces cannot be force-fed liquid luck. Anyway, chess is not a game of luck, but one of skill. And Wizard Chess would be a great way to put your skills to the test.

If you enjoy a festive tipple, you should hope for… some Butterbeer

This hugely versatile wizarding world beverage can be served warm or cold – which makes it pretty perfect for the Christmas and New Year period, if you ask us. As we all know, however, it’s pretty strong for House-Elves, which would be all the more reason to keep it to yourself.

If you’re a fan of plants, look out for… some Mimbulus mimbletonia under the tree

A rare plant with incredible defensive properties, we imagine Mimbulus mimbletonia would make an interesting addition to any collection. It would certainly be good for warding off predators – there’d be no chance of any birds or bees nibbling on a plant that looks like a small grey cactus, is covered in boils, and spurts out Stinksap when threatened.

If you like to indulge your sweet tooth, here’s hoping for some… magical sweets and treats

Mrs Weasley’s homemade fudge. Toothflossing Stringmints. Bertie Bott’s Every-Flavour Beans. Chocolate Frogs. Nut brittle. Everything Honeydukes ever made. Any one of these delicious items would be a welcome addition to a wizarding world Christmas stocking – and tis the season to indulge, right?