Krampus, the legendary beast who dates back to Pagan times made his way out of the Southern German Alpine region, and has become a worldwide phenomenon. Stories of this frightening monster once used to threaten German and Austrian children into behaving. Now, Hollywood has discovered the half goat and half demon, with dark fur, large horns and sharp teeth, as well as claws for hands, as perfect nightmare fodder. Misbehave, and you won’t be getting gifts from St Nicholas, you’ll be dragged off with Krampus on December 5th, Krampus Night! Know anyone who is more naughty than nice? One of these Krampus Gift Ideas could be the perfect thing.
Learn more about Krampus Here–> Krampus in German Folklore
Krampus Gift Ideas
Krampus Advent Calendar
Count down the days until Christmas with Krampus and all of his “friends”. This advent calendar is filled with old legendary figures from European lore. Looking for MORE Krampus Advent Calendars? Check here
Krampus Stamps are a fun way to decorate those Christmas Card envelopes… sealed with a Krampus
Krampus Grooming Products
Make sure you look and smell your best for Krampus with these personal grooming products… soap, beard oil, and more…
KRAMPUS – Spiced Woods Beard Oil & Conditioner for Dry Skin, 1 oz.Krampus Beard Grooming Gift BoxKRAMPUS, Gruss Vom Krampus, Devil of Christmas Krampus, SOAPKRAMPUS soap, Glycerin Peppermint Scented Soap, Unisex Shave Soap
Krampus in the Corner
You’ve heard of the Elf on the Shelf? Now there’s Krampus in the Corner! (Seriously, how threatening can a little Elf be?) All is explained by the story book… and you have a choice of a Krampus Doll, a “sew it yourself” Krampus Doll, and a GIANT Krampus! All are pretty much guaranteed to keep people in line.
Bring a little darkness to your tree…
“He is a much darker and ancient spirit- he left me alive with this bell to remind me of what can happen when all hope is lost” ©Screen Gems 2015 Krampus
Krampus Wall Art
Decorated with Krampus year round with Krampus Prints and Wall Art
Krampus Story Books
Goodnight Krampus, and step aside Elf on the Shelf… here’s Krampus in the Corner!
from: Things From Another World
Krampus Coloring and Activity Books
Coloring is meant to be soothing….
Krampus Geeky Tiki Mug
Drink a Dark and Stormy from a Krampus Mug
Krampus Tote Bag
No one says Krampus can’t be eco-friendly. Use these bags for Christmas Shopping, or while rounding up bad kids.
Sip your cocoa from a Krampus Mug!
Krampus Tee Shirts
Krampus T shirts come in all sizes, and a load of colors. Check them out here…
Krampus Face Masks
perfect for 2020
Ugly (and possibly itchy)… Perfect for the Ugly Christmas Sweater parties!
Perfect for Holiday Parties! Goes with just about ANY Rare Dirndl…
Krampus Paper Doll
This last minute DIY is a great stocking stuffer!
Krampus Stickers and Pins
Stick Krampus on your laptop or lapel with these fun stickers and pins. Then take Krampus everywhere!
For the ULTIMATE Krampus Experience!
A trip to the German Alps?
Two Night Tour: Krampus Customs and Christmas Markets in Berchtesgaden – $726.21
Krampus originates from centuries of Pagan festivals and is by far the most unique Christmas celebration ever experienced. This two night trip to Berchtesgaden is the only way to truly experience this ancient tradition which is coupled with an amazing Christmas Market, Schnapps factory tour, salt mine tour, and plenty more.
Salem Christmas Krampus Tour for Adults – $25.00
The Salem Krampus Tour is the one and only original tour of its kind here in Salem. Enjoy this wickedly irreverent Yuletide battery operated candlelit tour that is led by Kenneth as Krampus and explores the Solstice celebrations of Europe, folklore and Christmas. This walking tour celebrates the sinister depths of today’s X-Mass that are primitive, shadowy and raw. Greet the season with the forest dwelling, horned God of the Witches, but please leave the children at home. Join Kenneth as Krampus as you step through downtown Salem on lonesome winter nights as he leads you on a fun but macabre story telling tour that will change the way you enjoy the season. Dressing up is encouraged. Bring your own drums, bells, switches, and noise makers if you wish.This tour is not for children! Offered in December. from: Viator