This is the fourth and final installment of my Holiday Gift Guides 2015. You can find my previous posts here, here and here I hope you found these guides helpful when shopping for your loved ones this holiday season.
This guide is dedicated to my favorite part of gift giving - stocking stuffers!
Cord Taco I first heard about these when Tina posted about them on her blog. I have plans to purchase this soon, but I just keep forgetting!
Gift cards I know this one sounds like a no-brainer, but I really think gift cards are a great idea as stocking stuffers. It's fun to buy a bunch of $5 and $10 gift cards to your love ones' favorite coffee shop, restaurant, gas station or even nail salon. Any extra help counts, especially right after the holidays!
Phone case I don't know about you, but I like to swap out my phone case from time to time. Depending on my mood or the season, I like to choose a case that matches it. I really like the idea of a personalized case like this one.
Travel board games This probably could have gone in my Travel Nut post, too but I think it fits well in the stocking stuffer category. Board games help pass the time during a flight or while you're waiting to board. This, this and this are some fun options.
Coloring books Apparently, adult (and I don't mean 18+) coloring books are all the rage. I guess it makes sense as I always enjoyed coloring as a child. I am sure it helps relieve stress and is just plain fun! Pair a coloring book with some colored pencils, or a pack of crayons - is the smell of crayons nostalgic for anyone else?
Toiletries Another no-brainer, right? I just remember toiletries being my favorite part of the stocking. Every year, Santa would stuff my stocking with practical items such as deodorant or saline solution and I loved it. These are items you need and are never really fun to buy, which I think makes them great stocking stuffers. As I got older, Santa started adding lotions and perfumes from Victoria's Secret. Does anyone else remember Tranquil Breezes? I think items like these add a nice touch.
- Nail polish, emery boards, polish remover
- Favorite mints and candy
- Cough drops and travel tissues
- Hair accessories such as headbands, elastics or a brush
- Fun socks
- A pretty ornament for the tree
What are your favorite stocking stuffers?
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