Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Stocking Stuffers

I love stuffing stockings!  What a fun challenge to find little gifts that won't break the budget nor become plastic flotsam underfoot.  I like to add some sweet treats, like fruit snacks, tangerines, granola bars, fruit squeezers, and a couple pieces of chocolate.  St. Nicholas likes to deliver the Nugget's stocking earlier in December, but sometimes it's hard to resist and Santa ends up filling it again for Christmas morning.  Here's some new ideas for you!

Ages 0-1
Personalized baby spoon

Ages 1-3
Jingle bracelet
Flower hair clips or a Newsie cap
Bingo daubers filled with washable paint

Ages 4-6
Slide whistle
Window markers
Wooden top

1 comment:

  1. Fun ideas! I'm always looking for stocking stuffers (for kids, adults and animals!) Yes, we have stockings for the animals...hehe.

    When we were little, we each had two stockings. In one we'd get fruit and later in life toiletries (deodorants, colognes, etc.). In the other we'd get sweets, treats and small things (coloring books, etc.)

    Merry Christmas!