*Updated for 2019
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.
These are my absolute favorite candles! And the mini size is so cute and the perfect size for a stocking stuffer! I actually love the Spruce scent – especially since I don’t have a real tree. But ALL of the P.F. Candle scents are amazing. You can’t go wrong!
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. These Reindeer Sparkle Pops make a festive and delicious gift!
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?