My previous stocking filler round up (see here) had an overwhelming response both on my blog and via Twitter, so I’m pleased to be sharing a whole new collection of mini’s, perfect for filling up those festive socks! Ranging from chocolate treats, to key rings, to beauty bits – there’s something to suit everyone!
Ryvita Tin, £7.49 | link
It may seem like a bit of an odd choice but if the person you’re buying for isn’t a fan of chocolate – or is opting for a healthier Christmas, then this is an ideal present that is sure to be graciously received. In a abstract geometric print, the tin itself can hold more than a whole packet of your giftee’s favourite flavour (we’ve gone for fruit crunch as it’s quite festive) and looks pretty on your kitchen work surfaces.
Macaroon Bath Fizzers, £9.95 | link
When it comes to sweet treats, macaroons are one of my favourites. Melt in the mouth and full of flavour, they have the ability to make you feel sophisticated and satisfied all at the same time. So although these aren’t edible, they would certainly be a welcome addition in my stocking. Beautifully packaged, you can drop the deceivingly real looking macaroon’s into your bath for instant bubbles and a sweet smelling scent. Mmmm.
Chocolate Campervan., £2.95 | link
Providing a wide range of delicious homemade chocolate, The Purbeck Chocolate Co is already an enticing choice for stocking fillers, however their entirely chocolate camper van is sure to be their very best winner! Delicately crafted and presented in a gorgeous purple bag, this is a perfect gift for any deserving friend, daughter, sister or brother. Just make sure you resist the temptation to gobble it up first.
Wonder Woman LEGO Keyring, £6.34 | link
If you have a Wonder Woman in your life that you’d like to remind – or treat, this is the perfect mini stocking filler. With an LED light in her foot (she really is wonder woman!), this handy little key-ring addition is ideal for finding the front door lock after a night out (well, can anyone find it in the dark?), or rummaging in your handbag for that much needed red lippie!
Squeeky Clean Face Mask, 99p | link
Squeeky Clean are one of my favourite choices for stocking fillers, with a gorgeous range of pink beauty treats. At the right price point to buy a couple and fill up several stockings all at once, the products are prettily packaged and work well on all skin types. If I could recommend one specific product to you personally, it would be the face mask – which smells like a pot of pick’n’mix and has enough in one small tub to coat at least 10 faces.
Green & Black’s Treat Collection, £3 | link
I’ve always associated Green & Black’s chocolate with decadent treats, opting for their lusciously packaged mini’s whenever I had the choice. If you know someone that agrees, I’m sure they’d appreciate a little treat collection in their stocking, featuring six of the most well-loved flavours including white chocolate, milk chocolate with Anglesey sea salt, milk chocolate with Butterscotch (amazing) and dark chocolate and Ginger. If that’s not tempting enough, I don’t know what is.
Deborah Lippman Dance Duo, £17 | link
Housed in a gorgeously glittery mini bag, this popular nail lacquer duo is sure to be a hit with any beauty fanatics. The lacquer itself is very long lasting and contains green tea extract to both care for your nails, whilst producing fabulously pigmented colour.
Dove Winter Care Cream, £2.19 | link
If you’re filling a stocking for your sister, mother or grandmother – then this little beauty item is a universal choice for all three. An ideal handbag accompaniment and an essential dressing table staple, Dove’s Winter Care Cream is perfect for sorting out irritated dry patches, acts as a quick-fix moisturiser and counteracts that flaky, winter skin feeling.
Katarina Vintage Collection iPad case, £14.99 | link
iPad’s, as handy as they are – tend to get a bit neglected. Mine is usually chucked underneath my bed after I finish my emails late at night and it lays to rest there until it is used again. I don’t really have a designated storage place for it like my other gadgets and gizmo’s, which has unfortunately resulted in several unwanted scratches and marks. W H Smith have a great range of case’s for all devices, my favourite being this gorgeous floral vintage-esque iPad case, with a padded soft lining and a strong zip.
Do you have any tips or product recommendations for stocking fillers that you’d like to share?