Harry Potter Cookie Cutters You Need RN

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Though Christmas is now behind us, there's absolutely no reason to cease with the season's greatest activity: cookie-baking. I can't really think of a downside to keeping the cookies coming all yearlong. The smell of them working their magic in the oven is worth the modicum of work. I like all cookies, but personally I think it's a minor tragedy that Christmas sugar cookies seem to be reserved for December. What could be more fun than painstakingly punching out discs of dough and then bedazzling said-discs of dough with icing and sprinkles? The answer? Punching out and bedazzling cookies inspired by everyone's favorite boy wizard.

These Harry Potter cookie cutters may seem Christmasy, but don't let yourself be constrained by the season. Who wouldn't want a plate of Hogwarts gingerbread munchies on any old Monday? And, frankly, cookie cutters are the perfect thing to keep on hand, especially if you're someone who loves A) baking and B) decorating gifts. Cookie cutters are just so darn cute when they're looped through ribbon and sitting on top of a present. They're easy favors, lightweight and practical. And, of course, they suggest an activity--making and decorating cookies--that can be easily accomplished while binge-watching your favorite J.K. Rowling creations.

Harry Potter Kawaii Cookie Cutter

Kawaii Cookie Cutter, $6, Etsy

Pretty much as cute as it comes!

Dark Mark Harry Potter Cookie Cutter

Dark Mark Harry Potter Cookie Cutter, $8, Etsy

The mark of the Dark Lord Voldemort bakes up super clear with this cutter that would work on cookie dough or fondant, cake bosses.

Hogwarts Coat Of Arms Cookie Cutter

Hogwarts Coat of Arms Cookie Cutter, $9, Etsy

The school of witchcraft and wizardry has never looked tastier!

Slytherin Cookie Cutter

Slytherin Cookie Cutter, $7, Etsy

You know how it goes:

"Or perhaps in Slytherin,
You'll make your real friends,
Those cunning folk use any means,
To achieve their ends."

9¾ Cookie Cutter

Harry Potter inspired 9 3/4 cookie cutter, $7, Etsy

Despite Muggle Vernon Dursley's skepticism, everyone knows that Platform 9¾ was the first way to get to Hogwarts from King's Cross Station in London.

Lightning Bolt 5" Cookie Cutter

Lightning Bolt 5" Cookie Cutter Harry Potter Chargers, $6, Amazon

Even the Muggles will like this classic design.

Gryffindor Harry Potter Cookie Cutter

Gryffindor Harry Potter Cookie Cutter, $8, Etsy

Make Nearly Headless Nick proud.

Deathly Hallows Logo Harry Potter Cookie Cutters

"There is nothing Dark about the Hallows — at least, not in that crude sense. One simply uses the symbol to reveal oneself to other believers, in the hope that they might help one with the Quest."

—Xenophilius Lovegood, about the Deathly Hallows

Deathly Hallows Logo Harry Potter Cookie Cutters, $6, Etsy