Top 10 Stocking Stuffers
Good things come in small packages, that’s why sometimes opening your stocking can be just as exciting as opening up the presents under the tree. You never know what might be in there! Let’s take a look at our faves in the Top 10 Stocking Stuffers, it’ll make you hope Santa thinks you’ve been good!
There’s a reason we hang big socks over the fireplace at Christmas. Everyone needs socks! Especially during the winter.
The great thing about getting a magazine is once all the unwrapping and gift-giving is done, you can curl up and enjoy some fluffy reading on Christmas Day.
Miniature chess, Snakes and Ladders, small puzzles or even a Rubik’s Cube are great things to get so you can pass the time between unwrapping gifts and having dinner.
No.7: A Special Ornament
Receiving an ornament reminds you that you get to do this all again next year, and you can place it on your tree right away and enjoy it all day long.
No.6: A Gift Card
It doesn’t matter where it’s from, Gift Cards are so small that you almost never see them, so when it falls out of your stocking Christmas Day, it’s always a pleasant surprise (from music to restaurants, it’s usually pretty useful.)
No.5: Erasers and pencils
Okay, we know that school’s out for the holidays, but it's still fun to get funky erasers in different shapes and special holiday pencils in your stocking.
Some sparkly seasonal earrings or a silver necklace are some of the best accessories a girl can get (and best of all, they’re small enough that you’ll never know ‘til you open them up!).
No.3: Candy and Chocolate
Candy canes and chocolate are Christmas stocking must-haves, and give you that sugar-kick while its snowing outside. Our fave is the Terry’s Chocolate Orange!
What better surprise than to get tickets in your stocking, whether it’s a band you want to see or tickets to go and see a movie on Christmas Day (because let’s face it, once your done with presents the day can go pretty slowly!).
Oranges are one of the longest running Christmas gift traditions, and centuries ago were considered a major luxury for North Americans (they were so special many people only ate them during the holidays). Sneaking a citrus into a stocking is a wonderful way to keep up the winter tradition.
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