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8 Wonderful Legend of Zelda Zelda Christmas Gift Ideas

With the Legend of Zelda being one of the most popular gaming franchises of all time, most of us have a Zelda fan in our lives who we might be looking for Christmas gifts for. Or, perhaps you are a Zelda fan prone to a little self-gifting (I don’t judge).

Either way, I’ve scoured the internet to find some Zelda Christmas gift ideas that will hopefully inspire you.

The Legend of Zelda Hyrule 3D Map Art

This hand-crafted 3D art piece looks absolutely stunning.  What else is there to say?  Just look at it:

It’s based on the Hyrule map from Legend of Zelda – A Link to the Past on the Super Nintendo, and it’s guaranteed to take pride of place in any Zelda collection.

The Legend of Zelda Lantern

This Lantern can light up any dungeon and ward off most Poes and domesticated Skulltulas. Apparently.

This Zelda lantern is hand-sketched, laser-cut and has 19 colours, which can fade into each other or flash like your own personal Link disco.

Look this beautiful work of art:

Whatever the quest, the Zelda fan in your life will need a light to guide their way. Let it be this one.

The Legend of Zelda Key Hanger

It’s dangerous to go alone…take this, uh, front door key. So, y’know, you can let yourself back in after you go to the store. There have been a few of these online over the years, but this is by far the nicest one I have seen.

The entire image was digitally redrawn for the clearest image and closest colours possible – this is not a blown-up screen capture. The image is printed on UV Coated, full-colour vinyl for durability and ease in cleaning. The plaque is handmade from reclaimed, irregular and second-use wood.  And it is awesome.

The Legend of Zelda Link Candle Holder

This beautiful tea light holder looks great in normal light, but even more stunning with a lit tea light flickering within.

I love that these are handmade with polymer clay; no two tea lights will be the same, but each will be just a beautiful as the one that came before. I love it.

Link and Zelda Photo Frame

This falls into the category of simple, but effective.  A photo frame with pixelated Link and Zelda made from Hama beads, which just works so well.

This picture frame has the charm that the SNES games had; it just goes to show that sometimes the simple ideas are the best.  And this is something that you could make yourself, if you are that way inclined.

The Legend of Zelda Lap Desk

I found this completely homemade wood burned and stained Zelda lap desk for less than £30, which has to go down as a bargain.  Unfortunately for me, I left it in my cart for a few days and it found its way to another Zelda fan instead.  Life.

Just look at it:

It looks so good I’d have been tempted to forego the cushion and stick it on my wall. WANT.

The Legend of Zelda Shot Glass Set

Even if the Zelda fan in your life isn’t a big drinker (or old enough to drink, for that matter), these shot glasses would look incredible as decorative pieces.

Those who actually plan on using these regularly (you barbarian) will be glad to hear that the pictures aren’t drawn, they’re etched. This means the pictures won’t fade after a few uses, which is a huge bonus.

Heart Container Enamel Pin Badge

Sometimes the simplest and most understated things are the best. I truly adore this Heart Container badge; it’s subtle enough to wear daily, but not too in your face. Perfect.

Are you a Zelda fan? If so, which of these gifts would you love to have sitting under the tree on Christmas day?

Written by John

I'm a 36-year-old gamer, clinging onto the gamepad despite real life responsibilities trying to pull me kicking and screaming away. You can follow me on Twitter: @johnlevelsup.

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