Guest Picks: Fantastic Stocking Stuffers for Under $15
If you are stuck in a rut about what smart, rare gifts you can share with friends and family this holiday season, try out some of my favorite $15-and-under finds out of your creative, budget-friendly stocking stuffer requirements. Whether shopping for a coworker, friend or close relative, these gifts make great hostess presents, Secret Santa treats and enjoyable conversation starters throughout the holidays.
— Morgan from Pepper Design Blog
Sun Art Paper – $10
Here’s a stocking stuffer ideal for learning, imagination and sharing an afternoon of sunny weather with your most inquisitive kiddo (or inner child). Place these newspapers in direct sunlight and observe as items you have laid on become summarized in the sun.
The First Disposable Flask – $15
You will have your dad, hubby or brother covered with these smart disposable flasks. They’re ideal around this time of the year for stuffing to a ski jacket (butterscotch schnapps, anybody?) For a day on the slopes.
Sign Language Peace Ornament – $5.95
Attach this ornament to a bottle of wine as a thoughtful holiday gift, or hang it out of a stocking for a tiny cheer on Christmas morning. It’s a great gift idea for under $15.
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Facet Martini Picks and Stir Sticks – $11.99
All these jewel-shaped stir sticks are cute as a hostess gift or cheap stocking stuffer this Christmas season. You might even use them to identify to decorate for a party.
Double Wall To Go Cups – $11.90
Remain green in 2012 by investing in this two-pack of reusable coffee mugs as stocking stuffers — one for you and you for a friend.
Alphabet Hooks – $12
These hooks are a bit vintage and a bit industrial, and they’d create the chicest stocking stuffer this holiday season. I’d hang them at the guestroom for buddies, from the bathroom for towels or perhaps from the entryway for coats.
Charades – $12
Pocket-sized entertainment! This is a great stocking stuffer for a night of guaranteed fun. As a result of its small container, this charades game is ideal for carrying along with you.
White Chick Candleholder – $7.95
White ceramic animals and figurines are adorable and trendy. These little guys will make a great present for your design-oriented pals. The tiny votive candle makes them accessories for a Christmas dinner.
Shane Powers Hanging Glass Bubble Collection – $9
Exotic gardens bring life to an area (every area should have something living inside) and therefore are excellent conversation starters in today’s abode. In this holiday season, hang those beautiful fern gardens using conventional colorful glass ornaments in an entryway or in front of a window.
Leo The Owl Bank – $12
How fantastic is this little guy? He’s quirky, cute and perfect for your kids — or child at heart! This guy would make an adorable stocking stuffer at the below $15 range.
Petite Pinched Vase – $14
I would really like to receive this in my stocking this Christmas. It’s the perfect vase for a single cutting out of the backyard, and I adore the rich teal colour. In regards to posh Christmas gifts for under $15, this is at the very top of my listing.
Microplane Premium Classic Zester/Grater – Green – $14.95
This is among my favorite kitchen gadgets. It’s an excellent under $15 gift idea for the favorite chef this Christmas. Microplanes are great for fresh spices (nutmeg, cinnamon), citrus and even hard cheeses.
Aerolatte to Go – Green – $11.99
Mornings are a great deal sweeter with a frothy latte at a low price. This Aerolatte frother is a must for any coffee connoisseur; you can froth foamy milk directly on your coffee mug! And it’s a steal for $12.
Paddywax Winter Wonderland Candle – $14
You can’t fail using a candle that smells yummy, and the odor of winter is incredibly enticing.
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Garden Thank You Card – $4
Provide your loved ones and friends a head start in their Christmas thank you notes by tucking these cute cards into their stockings. The plan is a little retro but at a fresh, beautiful manner. I really like the illustration, and I’d probably frame this card for my office when I received it in the email.
Adara Multi Cocktail Napkins – $12.95
These cocktail napkins are glowing, eclectic and extremely enjoyable. Pair them with conventional wine glasses to add a pop of color, or serve them with brightly patterned appetizer dishes for a trendy blend of patterns. At just $12.95 a set, they create a delightful Christmas gift.
Quicksilver Votive, Small – $8
Mercury votive candle holders are stunning year-round. At $8 a pop that they fit our $15 budget for design-oriented stocking stuffers, and they’d look just amazing on the mantel.
Horn Magnifying Glass – $10
Unusual? Yes. Eye-catching? Check. This magnifying glass could be fantastic placed atop a pile of books or utilized as a weight for to-be-filed newspapers on your desk.
Joy Mug – $5.95
This coffee cup would definitely put me into the spirit of Christmas. I adore its wide shape and festive colors — and I would really like to receive one in my stocking. Pair this mug along with your favorite beans and a Bodum frother for a complete gift.
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Do not forget to wrap all of your favorite stocking stuffers! Everybody enjoys a well-wrapped present, and that I very much appreciate the beautiful illustration with this wrap paper. I’d add gold ribbon for a touch of elegance, and perhaps a sprig of pine in your Christmas tree.
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