Looking for some witch gifts? I’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find the ultimate list of witch gifts. Yule is rapidly approaching. Winter Solstice is typically on December 21st or 22nd, on the darkest day of the year (fewest hours of sunlight). There’s nothing like a little gift to brighten someone’s day. Or maybe you are looking for a Samhain present for the witch in your life. You’ve come to the right place.

Where can I buy Gifts for Wiccans?

Before we get into specific witch gifts, I thought I’d give you some general guidelines, if you don’t see anything you like listed here.

If you don’t have a local metaphysical store, I highly recommend Etsy. It’s a fantastic place to get high-quality, handmade witchy supplies.

Another great place to check is the Witches Moon Market. They carry everything from incense, to ritual oils, to handcrafted altar items. I’ve never been disappointed with anything I’ve ordered from them.

 

Cauldron Mug, $14.95 Amazon

 

So, I bought this one for myself and I use it every single day. It’s perfect for a little coffee magic in the morning. Not to mention, it’s so freaking cute. This mug is microwave and dishwasher safe.

Everyday Witch Tarot, $23, Amazon

This is one of my favorite tarot decks. It’s whimsical. I love the conical witch hats, and the little cats everywhere are just too cute. This is a fantastic beginner’s tarot deck, or even for a seasoned tarot reader who wants to add a little charm to their readings. Some decks are suited to particular types of questions (career, love, self development). This deck is excellent for general use. I’ve used it with a variety of queries, and it has done a terrific job.

There is also an accompanying oracle deck. And there’s a set of mini tarot cards as well.

Ritual Oils, $7.25, Amazon

I love using oils in my witchy practice. I anoint myself, candles, crystals, petitions. You name it. Art of the Root has a wide variety of oils. I’ve bought a handful of them (Road Opener, Cut and Clear, Jezebel Oil, and more) and I’m impressed with the quality. My personal favorite is lodestone oil, because it has so many uses. Basically, it attracts something to you that you are seeking. This could be love, opportunities, money, a job. It has a lot of practical applications.

Cast Iron Cauldron, $17, Amazon

I use my little cauldron as an incense burner. And I do mean, little. It’s the perfect size to hold one charcoal disk. I fill it with black sand, place a disk on top, and then use some resins and herbs. It looks incredibly witchy. I have it set up on my altar and I use it every time I’m performing a ritual. I absolutely love it.

Wheel of the Year Handmade Incense, $12, Etsy

I love using incense in magic and hand-dipped incense is amazing. I love divinescensations’ Wheel of the Year incense. Altogether, it’s 80 sticks of incense, one scent for each of the sabbats. These can be used to cleanse your space, or set the scene for a witchy ritual. Plus, they smell amazing. I have personally tried their incense and my favorite is Firewood, which smells like a campfire.

Beginner Crystal Kit, $10.95, Etsy

Worldincense store has a collection of rough crystals, which is perfect for the beginner witch. The set includes some of my favorite crystals: amazonite, amethyst, black tourmaline, blue apatite, carnelian, citrine, clear quartz, green aventurine, rose quartz, and sodalite. Amazonite, green aventurine, and citrine are excellent choices for prosperity magic. Carnelian and rose quartz work well for love spells. Black tourmaline is protective. Blue apatite is amazing for willpower. And clear quartz will magnify any magical working. So, this set covers all the bases.

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Witchy Subscription Box, $29 – $78, Cratejoy

Some of these boxes can be ordered for just one month and then cancelled. Or you could give a gift that lasts all year. Keep in mind, you have to order a box a month in advance. So, if you are ordering a Samhain present, you would need to place an order in September. You can cancel the subscription at any time.

My personal favorites are the Witches Moon Boxes. I’ve have reviewed all three of them on the site. Build your apothecary with  The Witches Roots ($29). The Witches Moon box ($54) is a ritual kit. And the Witches Bounty ($78) is a sacred adornment box. You can check all three of them out on Cratejoy here.

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Apothecary Kit, $8.99, Etsy

Tallgrass Apothecary has a wide selection of botanicals to choose from. One of these herbal kits is a great way to start building an apothecary. Herbs, resins, and flowers can be used in a wide variety of spells and rituals.

Basic Smudge Kit, $14.95, Etsy

Smudging, or smoke cleansing, is a great way to reset your own personal energy, or the energy in a space. This kit, from WorldIncenseStore comes with a white sage bundle and a gorgeous abalone shell.

The Book of Blessings and Rituals, $9,99, Amazon

This is a fantastic book if you are looking to incorporate rituals into your life. I have taken some of these ideas and tweaked them to suit my own personal spiritual practice. There are ideas for each of the sabbats, as well as multicultural pagan practices.  If you are looking for more witchy book recommendations, check out my list of resources here.

Sage Goddess Perfume Sampler, $6.50, Etsy

These make an excellent stocking stuffer. You get to try out three different fragrances. These perfumes are both magical and functional. Two of my favorite perfumes are Quartz and Wolf. Both are very clean scents, which is my preference. But there are many different types of fragrances to choose from and each of them has a different magical purpose.

These are my favorite witch gifts. And I highly recommend each and every one of them. Do you have any other recommendations? Let me know in the comments!