These Harry Potter baubles are here to make your Christmas complete

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    Words by Jadie Troy-Pryde

    This month, Harry Potter fever is at an all time high. Not only are we blessed enough to get Harry Potter stamps (they truly are a thing of beauty), but we also get to create our own cocktails with actual magic at this Harry Potter bar (and you get your own interactive wand).

    And as if that wasn’t enough, Primark has announced that their Harry Potter baubles are back so that Christmas 2018 really will be that bit more magical.

    When you see how cute they are, you’ll completely forget that you never received your Hogwarts acceptance letter.

    (Sorry for the reminder.)

    This year, we’re being treated to some of the fan faves from 2017 as well as a whole new range of Christmas tree decorations, and we dare you to try not to buy them.

    Fancy some of the characters in mini bauble form? You can choose from Harry Potter himself, Ron, Hermione, Hagrid, Hedwig… and if you can’t choose, fear not. They come in packs of two, and will set you back a mere five pounds.

    harry potter baubles

    Primark

    If the characters don’t quite tie in with your very sophisticated Christmas decor theme, then maybe you’ll be tempted by the classy snitch and broomstick baubles.

    harry potter baubles

    And if you want something more traditional, there are lots of options – from a Deathly Hallows themed bauble, to a glittery platform 9 and 3/4 number, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

    Plus, there are house baubles.

    harry potter baubles

    Primark

    Oh, and did we mention that you can also get HP socks as part of a magical duo pack?

    With everything in the range costing five pounds or less, we advise that you start stocking up immediately.

    Who doesn’t want a Christmas tree dripping in all things Harry Potter?

    Apparate to Primark, please.

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