Are those pesky muggles getting you down? Then you deserve to treat yourself to some magical goodies. These are all handcrafted with wizardry by talented independent artisans. By supporting these small biz wizards, you can help prevent them from enslavement by boring day jobs. Hermione would seriously be proud of you!

Check out these awesome goods:

Hogwarts Engraved Wood and Leather Journal

Whenever you have a magical idea, this journal seems like the ideal spot to note it down, doesn’t it? By Ukranian husband and wife team, Olga and Roman Repikova of WoodCarv. They can also do your House Crest.

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Snitch Fidget Spinner

Maybe you can’t be a quidditch seeker, but you can play with this snitch whether flying on a broomstick or sitting at a desk. It’s crafted by 66 year old Florida man of CAPT KENNY™ in Daytona Beach, who says in his about page that he “flunked retirement.”

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Chocolate Frogs in a Variety of Flavor Choices

Whether you’ve just been attacked by a Dementor or merely beaten down by the daily grind, you deserve a chocolate treat, right? These frogs come in 10 different flavors including peanut butter, cheesecake, and pumpkin spice. From the Washington state kitchen of Renee Moore of Nerdy Noms.

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S.P.E.W. Pins

Show your support in the movement to free the house elf population as you knit a few hats with ear holes. Katherine of Caddy’s Drawers makes these pins in London. She notes in the listing: “No elves were oppressed in the making of this product.”

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The Wand Chooses the Wizard Handcarved Wood Wands

Isaac Atkinson of Salt Lake, Utah is the artisan of Osbornes Wand Shop. Here are some wands you might receive, but you cannot pick out your own wand, the wand must pick you. You will only see the wand that has chosen you when it arrives in the mail! The wand will choose you based on your answers to the questions on this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe9-LLRTFAg6T2YuSupNeRCTBYLuTD2dM9iYjBOu_dNZv0PJQ/viewform

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The Chamber of Secrets Hollow Book Safe

It’s a bit too small to hide a Basilisk (thankfully), but it’ll do just fine for keeping safe your stash of galleons. By Midwestern USA artisans John and Kara (that’s me, the author of this post!) Witham, husband and wife team of Secret Safe Books. Read my Etsy Featured Seller interview here: www.etsy.com/blog/en/2010/featured-seller-secretsafebooks/

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Deathly Hallows Lamp

What better way to light your chambers, right? This lamp has the symbol of the Deathly Hallows on both the front and back, and it has lightning bolts on the side which project Harry Potter’s famous scar on your walls. Made-to-order in Fullerton, California by Brian Gaut of Plasmatorium.

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Lumos and Nox Switchplate

This modern lightweight switchplate has a raised “Lumos” and “Nox” and has been painted with a patina effect to look like aged bronze. And yes, it comes with matching patina screws. Or, you can order it in your House colors. Derrick of Scicollectables is the brilliant mind behind this clever switchplate. He makes these in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

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Leatherbound Harry Potter Books

I’d seriously risk breaking into Gringotts just so I could get enough galleons for this amazing set. By German artisan Anna Kabs of Annabuchwunder. (psssst fantasy fans, she also does Tolkien ones).

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Flourish & Blotts Tote

Finally, a bag large enough for your entire library, yet magically appearing to be just a regular muggle tote bag. Barry D Bulsara of the UK hand-screen-prints these using water-based inks on fair trade eco-bags made of 100% unbleached natural cotton canvas.

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Auror and Order of the Phoenix Enamel Pins

Sally McAdam of Glasgow makes these fantastic pins so you can protect against the Dark Arts with style and flair. Her shop is called fairycakes. Of note: she has a cat named Harry!

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Alohomora Wood Engraved Key Holder

If you’re always misplacing your keys and your “Accio Keys!” spell keeps failing, this key-keeper should help you stay more organized. By NY artisan Ashley VanDenTop of AllyBoo’s Creations, it’s beautifully carved into maple hardwood with a keyhole slot in the back for easy hanging.

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The Marauder’s Map Phone Case Wallet

When you start texting and scrolling, do you solemnly swear you are up to no good? With the wallet portion of this case, you can manage all sorts of mischief. Michelle Wolett of Chick Lit Designs makes these in Arizona. Check out her Etsy Featured Seller interview here: http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/featured-seller-chick-lit-designs/phone%20case&ref=sr_gallery_5

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The Three Broomsticks Glass Etched Mug

Aahhh, nothing like enjoying a butterbeer at the end of a long day dealing with muggles. By artisan Scott Kenley of BGS Studios in Georgetown, Kentucky.

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Platform 9 3/4 King’s Cross Station Sign

Where would you hang this sign? Perhaps leading to the outdoors, a magical adventure waiting to happen? Made with resin with nickle silver powder embedded in it for an authentic metal appearance. By Quest Design Canada in Moonstone, Canada.

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