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A 2019 Holiday Gift Guide for SUPERNATURAL Fans

Wondering what to get the SUPERNATURAL fan in your life? Here’s a list of ideas to ensure that they have a Very SUPERNATURAL Holiday! 

This is the last holiday season before Supernatural comes to an end, so be sure to treat your SPN Family members extra special this year.

From independent fan artists’ brilliant work to officially licensed merchandise–there’s something out there for every Supernatural fan! So whether you’re stuck trying to find that stocking stuffer or something for the seventh night of Hanukkah, we’ve got you covered!

Below is a list of sellers to check out. To make things even easier, each listing includes a link (or links) to send you right to the Good Stuff. Happy hunting!


Con*Quest Journals is a fan-run business with a gorgeous array of officially licensed Supernatural products. They have a planner for 2020, a replication of John Winchester’s famous journal, a variety of other journals to collect fandom memories, and more!



Fangasm/Lynn Zubernis has co-written/edited several books about Supernatural. The most popular one is entitled Family Don’t End with Blood. Inside are stories written by the Supernatural cast and fans about how the show has changed their lives. (It’s highly recommended that you include a pack of tissues with this gift.) You can read our review of FDEWB here.



Little Pop Workshop makes customized Funko Pops along with other art showcasing the Pop design. Her Etsy has Pops, buttons, key chains, stickers, and an awesome coloring book (with another coming very soon). Liz also has a Redbubble where her art is featured on wide array of items such as apparel, phone cases, stationary, and home decor.



42 Nerdtastic Place celebrates fandom through scent. Each product is crafted in honor of a Supernatural character, theme, ship, line… They offer candles, lip balm, body/room spray, and more!


STANDS is a well-known supporter of the SPN Family. It’s a small business that partners with cast members to run merchandise campaigns in order to raise money for various charities. For the holiday season, many of their previous designs/items have returned and a few new ones–like teddy bears and phone wallets–have debuted. The biggest categories to select from are clothing items and charms.



Supernatural star (and rock star) Jensen Ackles and his buddy Steve Carlson released a music album this month. Yes, Ackles is just as talented in front of a mic as he is in front of a camera. Vol. 1 is available on vinyl and iTunes. There are also shirts and hats with the duo’s logo.



Jensen Ackles, Danneel Ackles, and Gino Graul (Danneel’s brother) are owners of the Family Business Beer Company, a brewery in Texas. While FBBC is literally a family business, its name is also a nod to one of Supernatural‘s most famous lines: “Saving people, hunting things–the family business.” From apparel to drinkware, there is plenty of merchandise to choose from. (Please note you must be 21 years of age or older to use the FBBC site.)



Misha, Vicki, and their kiddos, West and Maison, invite fans into their creative culinary minds just in time for the holidays. The Adventurous Eaters Club: Mastering the Art of Family Mealtime is a new cookbook celebrating healthy, whimsical ways to satisfy the appetites of everyone in the family.



Publisher Insight Editions released Supernatural: The Official Cookbook (Burgers, Pies, and Other Bites From the Road) a few weeks ago. Whether your SPN fan is a beginner or a talented chef, there’s a recipe for anyone who is a Winchester at heart.



Hot Topic is the official retailer of Supernatural merch! They have a wide selection of apparel. You can also find jewelry, bags, and much more on their site.



For the most generous gift-giver, there is the option of sending your Supernatural fan to a Creation Entertainment convention. He/She/They can experience a weekend of panels, autographs, and photo ops with the actors!


Please note that these shops are only a small footprint of the vast amount of Supernatural outlets out there. I selected to feature these few to offer you as much variety in types of merchandise as possible. To find and support other fan artists, please check out websites such as Etsy, Redbubble, CafePress, and Society6.

By Lara

20-something. TV addict. Reader. Writer.

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