What was that I forgot?
So the gifts are bought and wrapped and placed beautifully under the twinkling lights of your Christmas tree. Cookies for Santa have been left, and the children are sleeping all snuggled in their bed. Oh No! What about those stockings hung by the Chimney with Care? What do you put in those? Did you forget about that? Often the stockings are the last item we think about, and can sometimes be the hardest to fill. So what do you do when you have NO idea what to put in there? I’ve provided a few ideas for Stocking Stuffers to help ease your pain. I also would like to suggest that you go stroll through your local dollar store or dollar tree and check out all the fun gadgets and small items they sell to add to your stocking stuffers list. I think that if you use your imagination, you will have NO problem filling those stockings with the best stuffers ever (some are a bit pricier, so just ignore those if they are over your budget)!
Some ideas for Stocking Stuffers
Arts & Crafts Supplies
Bandaids (colored, characters)
Batteries (especially electronics lovers or gameboy lovers)
Boxer Shorts (Girls Like These Too and they roll up well)
Business Card Holder
Cell phone accessories
Coffee (flavored or specialty)
Donation to favorite charity
electric pencil sharpener
Jar of (favorite item)
Kitchen Gadgets (egg timer, baster, etc)
LipStick and LipGloss
Music (online subscription: iTunes, etc)
Packets of Hot Cocoa or other fun drinks
Radio (personal size)
Shoelaces (Wild, Funky, Specialty)
Stamp Pad with Stamps
Straws (silly, fun, festive, decorative)
Tea (variety pack)
To get even MORE great ideas, look at November 28th, post. The gift basket contents can be made into stocking stuffers as well!