Just in case you missed it, yesterday I came in hot with a gift guide for couples. Today it’s all about stockings. Hopefully you’re set and they’re hanging from the mantel, but if you’re still on the hunt make sure to checkout my shopping guide HERE.
Even as a kid I always loved opening up my stocking. It was usually filled with sweet treats, practical items [like a toothbrush or socks] and fun toys/gadgets. Last year, I finally got the hubby to fill my stocking. It filled my heart when I found wool socks. It’s the simple things in life that get me! Plus, I have super cold feet and he hates it 🙂
Either way I love stocking stuffers and think I complied a decent list of items that you’ll love and won’t break the bank!
Burt’s Bees [$10.30] – I love all things Burt’s Bees. Don’t you? They ofter a variety of items to choose from. Living in a cooler dryer climate I’m currently loving the Burt’s Bees Tips N Toes Hands & Feet Kit. Check out all there holiday options HERE.
Antler Bottle Opener [on sale $9.99] – This bottler opener not only makes a great stocker stuffer, but it would be a nice hostess gift.
iPhone Case [on sale $13.99] – For the blogger, tween or iPhone loving person. I’m loving the two tone rose and gold cover. If only I had a iPhone 6.
Kate Spade Earrings [on sale $25] – If you only buy one thing from this list, buy these! Hello, $25 for Kate Spade Earrings. Available in 11 colors!
Lara Bar [$2] – Instead of candy fill stockings with healthy options like protein bars.
Monogrammed Garland Ring Dish [$6.95] – A cute little dish to hold your rings/jewelry.
Ombré Hair Ties [$18/10pk] – Hands down my favorite hair ties!!
Snow Joke Coin Pouch [$6] – Just a cute little pouch for coins. However, I would probably use it for earrings/rings while traveling.
Essie Nail polish [$8] – I love a good red! This is just a fun item.
Gift Cards – Maybe you’re filling a small stocking. Throw a $10-20 gift card in it with a few small items, like the Kate Spade Earrings, Snow Joke Pouch, nail polish and call it a day.
Do you have an stocking stuffer traditions?