101 Stocking Stuffer ideas

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      These can be for your loved ones & even main gifts, also for your friends!
      If you have any more ideas, send them my way please!

      101 stocking stuffer ideas

      1. Chocolate – any kind will do!

      2. Mandarin oranges or exotic fruit such as star fruit

      3. Lottery tickets

      4. Lipstick – buy a wild shade of red

      5. Cozy mittens or gloves

      6. Personalized or Christmas print coffee mug or tea cup

      7. Tire gauge

      8. Picture frames – buy a plain wooden frame and wrap it with Christmas wrap,
      glue on Christmas ornaments, paint on holly leaves or apply Christmas stickers.

      9. Silly Putty – fun for any age!

      10. Baseball, golfball, rubber ball….

      11. Night light

      12. Christmas ornament – home-made or store-bought

      13. Unique kitchen gadget like an egg slicer, grapefruit spoon, garlic press,

      14. Deck of cards – search for one with unusual artwork

      15. Hair accessories

      16. A book or magazine

      17. Magnifying glass

      18. Gum or penny candy – buy the stuff that takes you back to when you were a

      19. Pot pourri – create your own easy sachet by placing pot pourri in a lace
      handkerchied, gather the kerchief and tie with a silk ribbon

      20. Novelty shoelaces

      21. Stamp pad and stamps

      22. Batteries

      23. Decorative wine stopper

      24. Journal or diary

      25. Modelling clay

      26. Touque or a scarf – hand-knit or purchase in a store – you can add your own
      personal touch to store bought by stitching on ribbon, bows, buttons or beads

      37. Yo-yo

      28. Home made cookies

      29. Wallet or business card holder

      30. Travel games

      46. Coupons for fast food, or admission to museums or other attractions

      32. Underwear or socks – be racy or pedestrian, your choice

      33. Candles – and there are so many to choose from

      34. Slinky

      35. Popcorn seasoning or spices

      36. Nail polish

      37. Toothbrush

      38. Airplane sized bottles of liquor

      39. Packets of flavored hot chocolate or cider mix

      40. Die cast metal car

      41. Stationary or note cards

      42. Bath beads, bubble bath or scented soap – make your own or go shopping

      43. A copy of the gift recipient’s favorite recipe – you can add some of the
      ingredients, too

      44. Stickers

      45. Pencil or pen – try a pen with purple ink, a giant pencil, a fountain pen, a
      twig pencil, etc.

      46. Desk or wall calendar

      47. Keychain

      48. Soap dish

      49. The hottest hot sauce you can find

      50. Seeds – try heirloom seeds or native wildflower seeds

      51. Fishing lures

      52. Glasses case

      53. Coloring book

      54. Coasters

      55. Incense

      56. Paper puches in novelty shapes

      57. Craft supplies – paints, brushes, wooden cut-outs, embroidery thread, beads,
      doll heads, kits, etc.

      58. House plant tools or decorative watering can

      59. Sports water bottle

      60. Vase

      61. Mouse pad

      62. Excercise bands or hand weights

      63. Snow globe

      64. Cold mask (the kind you store in the fridge and wrap around your face to
      relieve aches and stuffiness)

      65. Travel mug

      66. Photos of the gift recipient as a child

      67. Christmas theme costume jewelery

      68. A tool – hammer, screw driver, pliers, etc.

      69. Harmonica

      70. Sewing, knitting, woodworking, needlework patterns

      71. Poster

      72. Kaliedescope

      73. Decorative bottle opener or cork screw

      74. Silly straws

      75. Flashlight

      76. Address book

      77. Cedar balls for keeping closets and drawers fresh

      78. Blank diskettes, cassettes, or CD’s

      79. Piggy bank

      80. Kite

      81. Jar of homemade jam or syrup or canned fruit

      82. Decorative tea towels or hand towels

      83. Hand held calculator

      84. Jigsaw puzzle or other puzzle game

      85. Homemade coupon book-made by you- & you can even include expiration

      86. Small wooden trinket box

      87. Small stuffed toy

      88. Napkin rings

      89. Model airplane kit

      90. Personal radio

      91. Sidewalk chalk

      92. Personalized birth chart or horoscope book

      93. Thermal lunchbag

      94. Sheet music

      95. Film for the gift recipient’s camera

      96. Gift certificate for fresh flowers

      97. Paperweight

      98. Fridge magnets

      99. Travel maps

      100. Long distance calling card

      101. Bird feeder

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