Right, so you have got the main presents sorted out, now you just need a few little stocking fillers. Here are my favourite items to add to their stockings this year.

 

Christmas Stocking fillers gift guide

 

Diary’s

How about a pretty new diary? These two from Danilo are so sweet.

 

 

 

Putty

All kids love playing with putty, even grown ups sometimes. This colour changing Putty is great for helping you get your stress out.

 

Rainbow Pen

This Bic pen has 4 colours in one, so no need to have 4 separate pens when you can just have the one.

 

Jigsaw

I love a good jigsaw puzzle and these Incredibles jigsaws are perfect for younger ones

Play Foam Pals

How cute are these Play Foam Pals?  Open them up and find out which you have got.

 

Smashers

These are a great stocking filler for all the kids that love gross things. This Smashers pack will have the kids playing with them for ages, as once you smash them open, you can re-build them and start all over again.

 

Snacks

How about a packet of crisps? Not just any old crisp, but these yummy Couscrisps.

 

 

Tangle Angel

I really love this pretty white and pink Tangle Cherub – great for popping into a stocking.

 

Magnesium Flakes

These Magnesium Flakes are great to add to your bath to provide you with a nice relaxing experience that also help with muscle stiffness.

 

Personalised Chocolate Bar

How about a scummy bar of chocolate – but with this one you can personalised the wrapper with someones name.

 

 

Bath Bombs

You can never have to many bath bombs. This set from Bomb Cosmetics is fab and also contains a few soaps.

Chocolate Pizza

Buying a gift for someone to share? This chocolate pizza from Yumbles would make an excellent choice.

 

 

 

 

Chocolate Spread

Know a chocolate lover, but fed up of buying them boxes of chocolates? Then this chocolate spread could be the gift for them.

 

 

More Chocolate!

If they person you are buying for is like me, too much chocolate is still never enough. These little personalised chocs are perfect if you are looking for a small chocolate gift.

 

Lego Bracelet

How amazing are these Lego bracelets! Everyone is going to want one, your brother, your uncle and even gran!

 

Magazine Subscription

A magazine subscription is a great choice. How about this kids Kickaround magazine?

 

 

Pop a Ball

Pimp your drink with these Pop a Balls – Just add to your drinks

 

 

Best Furry Friends Mystery Pack

These Best Furry Friends Mystery Packs are great to add to a stocking. Which BFF will you get?

Phone Hug

Know someone who is always losing their phone? Well, put a stop to it with one of these Phone Hugs.

Match Attax Starter Pack

Football Fan? They would love this Match Attax Starter Pack, with folder for keep all their cards in and a few packs of card to get them started.

 

Arcade Game

Love retro games? This Arcade game is great for kids and big kids alike.

 

Haribo

Haribo should be in all kids Christmas stocking this year. I am loving these cute Fairyland ones

 

More Sweet Treats

yep, how about some more sweet treats, it is Christmas after all. These tasty honeycomb dips from Mighty Fine are perfect for Christmas

 

 

A Nature Book

I really love this Know Your Nature British Wildlife book. Great for all those nature lovers out there

 

Seaweed

How about a bit of seaweed? No, seriously! Sea Spoon have some lovely gift packs of seaweed, which are great to add to your porridge, smoothies or salads. Great for the new year to start you health kick.

 

 

Tie Dye Kit

This Tie Dye kit will make a great gift for all those who love to get a bit crafty.

 

 

 

Will you be buying any of these for anyone? What would you like to see in your Christmas stocking this year?

 

 

I received some of these products in return for featuring in this post. All opinions are mine

 

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