Blogmas Day 3: Ultimate Stocking Stuffers

Welcome to blogmas day three! Let’s talk about stocking stuffers for every budget. Opening a stocking on Christmas day has always been one of my favorite things, I guess mostly because it happens first! So type in your email to the right so you won’t miss a single day of blogmas, and subscribe here so you won’t miss a single day of vlogmas, and let’s get started!

Under $10

This is a no-brainer, but CANDY! Chances are, if you’re taking the time to curate a stocking for someone, you’re pretty in tune with the candy they like. Get a jump start on this so you don’t miss out on all the cute Christmas packaging! Some of my favorites are Nerd Rope, chocolate coins, and holiday Pez dispensers!


Crumb Catcher Mini Vacuum– For kids and adults alike, this thing is great! Use it at your desk, in your kitchen, wherever! We have several around the house and they are great for cleaning up small messes and not dragging out the actual vacuum.

Flint Mini Lint Roller– Kyle grabbed me one of these for Christmas several years ago and it is used often! It’s the perfect size for office or travel, and you don’t waste any adhesive sheets, since it’s retractable!

Mini Candles from BBW– Mini candles are such a cute way to gift. They’re also practical when you want to get a trial run before you commit to a scent in a giant three wick candle.

Charge Cords– Whether you’re rocking Apple or Android, extra charge cords are always nice to have, especially in a longer length. I find the AmazonBasics cords to be of even better quality than Apple. But, if extras are just a novelty, go on the hunt for something more colorful than your standard white cable.

ChapStick Limited Edition Candy Cane– Every year, I stock up on these. They are limited to the holidays, and the absolute best chapstick ever.


Under $20

Cabin Socks– Game. Changers. The first thing I do when I get home everyday is put on sweatpants and cabin socks, year round. Choose from a variety of prints and colors, and right now they’re BOGO FREE! (These also come in Men’s)

Mini Games– I’ve always liked receiving tiny card/electronic/puzzle games in my stocking. It’s fun and quirky to throw in a Rubix cube, a Magic 8 Ball, or something like that. This year, I’m intrigued by Cat Stax.

Skin Care– A stocking is a wonderful place to throw in some winter skin essentials! I always love getting hand creams and facial moisturizers to combat the brutal winter months. A few of my favorites are Hempz Milk & Honey Creme for hands and feet, and FAB Coconut Skin Smoothie Priming Moisturizer for face.


Under $40

Amope Perfect Pedi– This was actually one of the coolest stocking stuffers I’ve ever received. Pedicures are super expensive, and this is an easy, at-home way to achieve baby smooth feet without the hit to your bank account.

Alex and Ani Bracelets– I’ve been really obsessed with these the past few years, and usually my mother in law will pack one of these into each of our stockings. They are well priced, quality pieces, and look good dressed up or down! Here’s a super cute Ugly Christmas Sweater Bangle I’ve got my eye on this year.

Gift Cards– To here, there, anywhere, and in any amount. Gift cards are a great way to pack some punch into a stocking. I’m a huge fan of Kroger, Itunes, Amazon, and Ulta gift cards!

These are just a few ideas for stocking stuffers, although guaranteed we’d all be just as happy with a single box of Oreos in there! What are your favorite goodies to find in your stocking?

xoxo Snow Miser!



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