Dec 15, 2014

Last Minute Stocking Stuffers (Mega List)!


Believe it or not, there are only 9 days left until Christmas! Let the panic set in!

Everyone has mostly bought all of their major gifts, but one thing that tends to be finally remembered on Christmas Eve is the stocking. I have known some people who have just filled with candy and fruit and called it a day. Not exactly the stocking stuffer the recipient was hoping for. So in case you have forgotten a couple of stocking stuffers (or even last minute White Elephant gifts), I have created a mega list for you!

Ready?


  • Gift cards
  • Toothbrushes
  • Tools (Like screwdrivers or measuring tape.)
  • Fishing stuff (Like hooks or lures.)
  • Poster (It'll stick out of the stocking but it fits! Trust me.)
  • DVDs
  • T-shirts (Roll them up!)
  • Beauty (Like makeup, nail polish, hair accessories, lotion, etc.)
  • Socks
  • Handheld electronic games
  • Small toys (Single dolls and Barbies as well.)
  • Bottle opener
  • Novelty band aids
  • Pen/pencil sets
  • Phone/tablet cases
  • Wallets
  • Money
  • Candy
  • Small puzzle book (Like the kind you would find at Dollar General by the cashier.)
  • Playing cards (Bicycle has come out with some great designs!)
  • Jewelry
  • Small photo frames
  • Pocket calendars
  • Earbuds (Or headphones, if they will fit.)
  • Flashlights
  • Fun keychains
  • Small books
  • Magnetic travel game
  • USB flash drive
  • Memory cards
  • Specialty tea/coffee
  • Wall stickers/decals
  • Pet toys & treats
  • As Seen On TV products
  • Small candles 
  • Craft supplies
  • Religious items
  • Crayons
  • Small coloring books
  • Lottery scratch-offs (Remember- only adults 18+ can redeem them!)
  • Small gag gifts (Make sure they are age appropriate.)
  • Small puzzle (They can be found at Dollar Tree.)
  • Tablet/mobile phone accessories
  • Small photo albums
  • Personalized/handmade Christmas ornaments
  • Hats/scarves/gloves
  • Underwear (I know plenty of people who still do that!)
Here are a few tips:

Make sure that it will fit in the stocking. 

If you are getting a heavy stocking stuffer, make sure that the stocking will hold it. You don't want the stocking to come crashing down before Christmas morning. It wouldn't be fun for someone to open their stocking only to realize that their gift had been broken in the crash. 

2 comments:

  1. Great list.
    I still like getting socks in my stocking. I go to Dollar Tree for most of my stuffers.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  2. Great list. I always include toothbrushes and other toiletry items in stockings.

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