Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

If you’re looking for a few last minute stocking stuffers for your kids this no-fail list will help you out.  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  Some of the items mentioned below were given to me, and some links are affiliate links but all the products here because I truly recommend them.
Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Kids

  1. Who doesn’t love candy?  I’d wager to guess that most kids do.  These Honey Gummy Bears are made with few and simple ingredients.  Nothing artificial, non -GMO, no high fructose corn syrup or gluten either.
  2. These Honey Gummy Bears are just as good as the ones above but they’re sour!  They’re my favorite go to gummy snack!  You can purchase both of these at LovelyCandyCo.com.
  3. Bandages.  My kids love bandages so I try to include a package  in their stocking every year.  These Shopkins bandages will be a hit with my daughter this year!
  4. This Princess Rapunzel Light is sure to light up any girl’s life.  I can almost guarantee the Belle one I got for my daughter will be her favorite gift at Christmas and all year long.  It looks good in the day and lit up at night.  It has a timer so it will go off on it’s own.  You can find more Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Hasbro, WB, Nick, and Universal branded lights here at Shop.3DLightFX.com.
  5. I was always given a toothbrush in my stocking growing up and I’m passing on that tradition to my kids.  BrushBuddies.com has a variety of fun character toothbrushes to choose from.
  6. Dark Chocolate Honey Truffles with Raspberry.  Enough said, right?  They just sound amazing…and they are!  Truly delicious and I love that they aren’t full of nasty ingredients.  These are also from LovelyCandyCo.com.  These would make a great stocking stuffer for adults too!
  7. Pocket Tissues are also another household staple that isn’t too fun on it’s own.  Sure, the kids need to have them in their backpack and I always have a supply in my purse but these adorable ones will be fun to carry around.
  8. Mini Thomas the trains.  My son loves these and carries them with him everywhere.  They’re super cute and inexpensive too!  You can find them individually at local stores but this super hero pack is from Amazon.
  9. Last but not least, Thomas tissues.  Tissues are a necessity this time of year but if your little one is really little they may just enjoy playing with a box of tissues.  They’ll be amazed that they appear one after another after another.  When they’re done, they can play with the mountain of tissues and enjoy a Thomas themed box.

Number 3, 5, 7, & 9 are all from BrushBuddies.com.  If you use promo code BB1730 you’ll save 30% off the retail price of anything in their store.

 

I hope I gave you some ideas on usable gifts your kids will enjoy and won’t end up at the bottom of the toy bin the next week.  If you have a must-buy stocking stuffer idea that you buy every year I’d love to hear about it.  Leave me a comment below!

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Ashley is very happily married and the mother to a beautiful little girl and handsome little boy. She is the main voice behind Embracing Homemaking.

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