When my husband asks me what I would like for Christmas, I can’t often come up with big things for him to purchase. Stocking stuffers, though, are a whole different story. You don’t have to break the bank to get nice stocking stuffers that people can really use and enjoy. The following are items for under $15, but many are going to be way less than that!
Gift cards – think coffee shops, Amazon, department stores, iTunes. Gift cards work for most ANYONE. I personally love Amazon, but then I end up buying things for other people (like my kids.) But I also love Amazon gift cards for Kindle books. I have a serious Kindle problem and I’m more than happy to allow someone to help foot the bill.
EOS lip balm. Beauty and skin care products can be a great idea for that glamorous loved one in your life.
Hand sanitizer has always been a go-to stocking stuffer idea for me, especially if it’s a small travel size bottle. My daughter has a bottle attached to her backpack, I have some on my keys. Take it a step further and get a holder for the hand sanitizer! (My holder is a cat unicorn that lights up. It makes sanitizing way more fun!)
Chocolates – dark chocolate, milk chocolate. You can’t really go wrong. I live in a city with a few local chocolate shops and I’ve received (and given) chocolate truffles for Christmas before. If you don’t have access to local chocolate, buy your loved one her favorite chocolate and put it in her stocking. (Chocolate with caramel? Seriously. Can do no wrong.)
Name Bubbles labels! They offer a Holiday Labels Pack that is under $15. You can also use code TURKEY20 to save 20% off your order. I have Name Bubbles labels packs from summer and for back to school and we’ve used them on so many of the kids items. The iron-on labels work GREAT in masks (we’re still wearing masks in our schools.) When my kids switched from light jackets to winter coats a few weeks ago, I was able to grab a small label and tag their coats. I didn’t use the iron-on in the coats, and the labels have held on for weeks. Water bottles, lunch boxes and extra hoodies all have Name Bubbles labels on them and I now keep packs near the front door (for random items I forget to tag) and near my iron, for super easy access. Grab yours now and save 20% with the code TURKEY20!
A fun mask. I would be a bad Etsy seller if I didn’t mention my OWN SHOP. I make custom masks – for kids and adults – and my masks are priced at $15 or less. (And all of my masks are on sale now for less than $13.)
A magazine subscription. For $2 you can get a wide variety of magazine subscriptions using the code MAGDEAL. Are you kidding me right now? Blue Dolphin has People, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and even short subscriptions of Highlights and High Five (my kids favorite.)
What is your favorite stocking stuffer (to give or to receive)?