10 Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas

Stockings are always one of my favorite parts of Christmas morning, and this is largely because my mom is so skilled at filling them up with a mix of candy, beauty products and small items that are just for us. Before any gifts are opened, my family always goes through the stockings one by one. It is a tradition I have always enjoyed and a fun way to kickoff the Christmas Day festivities together.

Since we have FIVE days until Christmas, I thought I’d share ten stocking stuffer ideas that you can easily get when you are in a time crunch. All the hyperlinks below will take you to products on Amazon. This way if you don’t have time to get to the store, you can choose two-day shipping and get your stocking stuffers delivered to your door before Christmas.

 

  1. Headphones, $8 — Am I the only one who is always loosing these? These Panasonic ones also come in eight different colors.
  2. Sunglasses, $10 — These Ray Ban knock offs are a steal at $10. Of course you can get fancy ones too.
  3. Cell Phone Camera Lens Kit, $20 — If you know someone who loves taking photos with their phone, they’ll love trying out these different lenses.
  4. Leather Luggage Tags, $9 — Perfect for any jetsetter, this pretty blue color will standout nicely on any luggage.
  5. Slotted Turner, $6 — Perfect for the cook in your family, this KitchenAid one is such a pretty color to add to your kitchen utensils.
  6. Portable Phone Charger, $13 — This is a gift that’s perfect for someone who travels regularly, or that person who is regularly glued to their phone! The black one on Amazon is regularly $40 but it is majorly discounted to $13.
  7. Kitchen Towel, $13 — This pineapple print is a fun way to brighten up the kitchen and put a smile on your face.
  8. Initial Key Chain, $5-$10 — Initially Yours on Amazon has every letter of the alphabet, and each is about $8 (no idea why some letters are cheaper than others!).
  9. Hand Cream, 2 for $15 — Winter can really dry out our skin, so this is something that is sure to be used. I like to keep one of these in my purse and at my desk.
  10. Bath Sponge, 3 for $8 —  These are great for anyone, but especially for those who enjoy relaxing in the shower or tub.

These items are great for a range of ages and personalities. I also tried to select practical gifts that will likely be used and enjoyed. Gift cards are also a fun extra item to add into stockings. I’d love to hear if you have any go-to stocking stuffers or family traditions with your stockings.

Cheers!

SC

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15 Holiday Gifts from $11 to $50

Happy Monday friends!

I know there are a lot of gift guides and lists floating around the internet, but I often feel like those lists are out of my price range. Is it just me?! Personally, I think it is much easier to find a gift I’m proud of when I feel like the sky is the limit. But, when I’m trying to stay within a certain price range, especially when picking out gifts for friends, coworkers or a Secret Santa, it can be hard to find a gift that is thoughtful, unique AND in your budget. So, I’ve decided to share some gift ideas that won’t break your bank.

  1. Tinder Nightmares, $11
  2. Cateye Tortoiseshell Sunglasses, $12
  3. Geometric Frame, $13
  4. Plaid Scarf, $20
  5. Tile Mate, $25
  6. Drop Earrings, $25
  7. Saddle Handbag, $27
  8. Faux Fur Blanket, $28
  9. Smokey Layered Tassel Necklace, $30
  10. Wood Salad Bowl, $30
  11. Yoga Mat Tote Bag, $30
  12. Totes Awesome Reversible Bag, $32
  13. Cozy Sweater, $45
  14. TOMS Slippers, $49
  15. Leather iPhone Case, $50

You will probably notice that a lot of these items are already on sale, which is always a plus for me when picking out gifts. I’d just double check that the websites selling these items don’t have new promotions or discount codes to use. This time of year promotions can change every 24 hours for stores.

If you are looking for an extra-special gift for someone who has a lot of things already, tickets for an activity with a loved one like a concert, football game or cooking class can be a fun and different gift. Making or baking gifts is also an easy way to stay in budget as well. I’d love to hear if you have any go-to affordable gifts or if you end up getting any of the gifts on my list.

Good luck with all the holiday shopping. Cheers!

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