*Updated for 2020. Originally published in 2018.
Can you believe Christmas is only two weeks away?! Have you gotten you holiday shopping done yet? I’ve gotten most of mine done but there’s always a few things I pick up last minute. One of those things is stocking stuffers!
I’m not one of those people that believes that just because an item is small and can fit in a stocking that it’s appropriate for a stocking stuffer gift. Some of those items can be really expensive! So I’ve found several small gifts that are under $15 (most are even cheaper than that) so you don’t have to break the bank in order to fill the stocking.
Stocking Stuffers Under $15
I think these are HILARIOUS gift ideas. This will be sure to give the recipient a chuckle or two. I was gifted a few of these products by the brand and I love them. These are also functional and actually smell great. Plus they come in really cute gift packaging. I’m planning on giving these to a few people. Their Holiday Gifts this year are hilarious and I really want to give them to somebody!
I know that I always need new socks! I love to get a few pairs around Christmas time. J.Crew always has cute options.
3) Mini Candles:
P.F. Candle Co. no longer sells the mini candles but one of my other favorite candle companies does! Brooklyn Candle Studio has travel size candles that are perfect for a stocking!
This is an multi-purpose balm that is super easy to carry around. You can use it on your lips, hands, cuticles, or anywhere else that needs some T.L.C. Plus, I LOVE the light rose scent!
These super cute bracelets are ethically handmade and benefit artisans around the world!
6) Sugarfina Sweets:
I LOVE Sugarfina gummies but they also have yummy chocolate candies. During the holidays they offer the cutest holiday themed treats!
I’m a huge fan of L’Occitane hand lotions and they make the cutest gift sets as well! This ornament stocking stuffer contains a mini hand cream, shower gel, and shimmer lotion.
I’m obsessed with Burt’s Bees lip balm. I have about 5 of them throughout the house and bags just so I’m never without one.
Growing up, my parents usually stuffed my stockings with candy, a toothbrush, socks, an orange (don’t ask me why), and one item that was a little nicer that was probably around $10-15. So our stocking definitely didn’t cost a lot of money. What were your stockings like growing up?