We have already found the perfect gifts for presumably everyone on your list – seriously, did I forget anyone? Now it’s time to find the little items that fill a stocking and give the recipient glee.
Stocking gifts really should be on the smaller side in both size and price, but that doesn’t mean they can’t bring a whole lot of happy.
This is a big time favorite in our house. If you live near a Trader Joe’s they also sell it, I am not sure of the price but probably less than the $9.99 at World Market and definitely less than the $26.50 at Williams Sonoma. Shop smart!
He might be working on spreadsheets and going 9-5, but let this stocking stuffer of drumstick pencil tease his inner rock and roll star.
This is a sweet gift for the little girls on your list. Maybe you have a neice (or four!) who would love a sweet treat.
Treat your holiday host, or the hostess you know with the mostest with a charming gift like these cheese knives, appropriately themed with an “Eat, Drink and Be Merry” engraving.
Homemade treats are often the least expensive thing you can make, and certainly filled with the most love. Great tips, recipes and of course jealousy inducing images are all available with our dear friend, Martha Stewart.
Will you have stocking this year? It is actually a craft that I am going to try and make this weekend – it seems like the right thing to do now that we have a fireplace! Good luck shopping – and have fun!