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Stocking Stuffers for Anyone in the Family

December 6, 2017

This time of year is my absolute favorite.  I love the fashion trends, gift giving, cooking, and of course, all of the decorations.  One of my favorite things on Christmas morning is dumping my stocking to see my stocking stuffers.  I know every year I will have mini Fannie May chocolate Santas.  I eat almost all of them as I open my gifts and I am not afraid to admit that (oops).  My stocking is always a great surprise.

I never get anything in it that I asked for, but instead cute nic-naks and gift cards.  Sometimes there is a pretty holiday Essie nail polish and I can’t complain about that either.
My sister normally has a filled stocking too but we always have a twist.  If I get a pink EOS chapstick, she will get a blue one.  So, we try to open out stockings at the same time so we don’t ruin any surprises.  We usually get some gift cards too.  These are always great because we are in college.  They do kinda drive my Mom crazy because Sarah and I don’t necessarily like the same places.  (sorry Mom)
Since stockings can sometimes be hard to think about for a number of reasons, like finding items that are small, you don’t want to spend too much on it. You want these things to be useful and not a waste. I have decided to include a stocking sufferings gift guide!  You can shop all of the items below.

Stocking Stuffers Guide for Her

Stocking Stuffers Guide for Him

Many of these items are things that I have received or I think would work great as a stocking stuffers.  Comment below and tell me some of your favorite things to get in your stocking! Do you have items that you find in your stocking every year?  If you have siblings, do you always get the same thing?

 

2 Comments

  • Julie Harrigan

    December 6, 2017 at 4:13 am

    I love giving small, unexpected things like a 6’ charging cord for your phone, a Lumee or even a bunch of random $10 gift cards! Great post, Meg. ❤️

  • Classically Clad

    December 6, 2017 at 5:01 am

    I said this post was inspired from years of great stocking stuffers 🙂

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