As of the writing of this post, Christmas is only eight weeks away. I feel like this year has flown by! How are you doing with your Christmas shopping? Have you started yet? To help make things a little easier, I’ve put together a list of stocking stuffer ideas for everyone on your list.
This post has been reviewed and updated for the 2022 holiday season
I don’t know about you, but by the time I finish shopping for everyone’s under the tree gifts, my brain is DONE! Stocking stuffers end up being whatever I can find at the grocery store on the 23rd of December. But not this year. Everything about Christmas 2022 will be more intentional, even the stocking stuffers!
If you feel the pull to be more intentional this holiday season as well, Ruth from Acorns to Oaks has some great tips and a free printable planner to get us started on the right track.
Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Toddlers
Let’s start with the little ones. Toddlers are probably the easiest to shop for because they’re usually more entertained with the packaging anyway.
Instead of filling their stockings with little toys that will inevitably end up scattered all over the house and then end up forgotten with the dust bunny’s under the couch, let’s look at some things they actually need and a couple of fun little things too!
Serenity Kids puffs are a healthy on the go treat. These puffs are made with only whole food organic ingredients. My little one loves them!
We started using this Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel water bottle when my toddler turned 18 months old. He is two and a half and it’s still the only thing we use for him. It is made of stainless steel so it’s non-toxic, durable, it doesn’t spill and it fits perfectly in the car seat cup holder.
DōTERRA kids oil collection. If you’re a natural minded mama you will love using these child safe oils on your little one. My two favorites are Stronger for immune support when they’re sick, and Calmer to help them sleep better at night. You can buy just one or the whole set of seven.
Plastic free bamboo toothbrush.
Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Kids
I’ve never met a kid who didn’t like flashlights.
This wrist watch has all the bells and whistles we parents used to love in the 90’s.
encourage screen free play with a game of Jacks.
Non-toxic hair chalk.
Ideas For Teen Girls
Personalized charm bracelet.
Scrunchies are back in.
Paraben free makeup remover wipes.
Non-toxic nail polish.
Ideas For Her
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Every woman would love a silk pillow case. The silk reduces knotted hair and hair loss.
Small label maker. I would love to get this in my stocking! Hope the hubby reads this LOL.
Update on the label maker...my husband did see this and I did receive a label maker in my stocking. I love it even more than I thought, it’s so useful!
All natural tallow lip balm for those dry winter days.
Cozy minimalist home. I really enjoyed reading this book.
Ideas For Him
This multi tool pen set is pretty cool. It’s an LED light, touch screen stylus, ruler, level, bottle opener, Phillips screwdriver, flathead, and ball point pen all in one!
Multi-tool pen update…I gave this to my husband and step dad and they both really liked it, my stepdad especially, he LOVES finding useful gadgets like this.
A good pair of work gloves.
Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Grandparents
Their favorite fresh fruit. My mother in law always liked oranges in her stocking.
Yearly Christmas ornament.
Personalized coupon booklet from all the kids and grandkids. Grandparents will love this one!
Personalized mug with all grandkids name on it.
Necessities Stocking Stuffers For Everyone
If you prefer to be little more practical, These are things we all need.
- Body wash
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I’m curious…. Do you wrap the gifts in the stockings?
What other fun things have you filled stockings with in the past? Leave your response in the comment section so we can all see and get even more ideas to fill our family’s stockings this year!
I hope you’re having a peaceful and joyful holiday season friend.
From my home to yours, Merry Christmas.