A few years ago, I wrote a post about how much I hated buying Christmas stocking stuffers. I didn’t want to fill the stockings with junk.
I asked this question at the end of the post: Do you have any great non-clutter stocking stuffer ideas?
And boy oh boy did y’all deliver!
So this year, I’m putting those fantabulous ideas into a post so you can have them in one easy-to-read place. (And so you can share this post on Pinterest and all that good stuff . . . )
Obviously, consider your child’s age and needs.
(Oh. And I am linking to a few of the items using my Amazon affiliate link.)
My Picks for the MOST Ingenious, Space-Taking, Non-Clutter Stocking Stuffers:
Pringles (This one rocked my world! We EACH got our own can of Pringles and everyone was THRILLED. They still talk about it.)
More Non-Clutter Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Shampoo, toothpaste, bodywash, deodorant and other toiletries
Hairbows and Headbands
Notebook and Pencil/Pen
Art Supplies (crayons, markers, Paint Set)
Tape (Scotch or Duck)
Word search or activity book
Sippy Cup or Water Bottle
Magic Towel (They expand into a washcloth from a little pellet in hot water. Can be found at the dollar store.)
Chore passes or “around the house” coupons
Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes (LOVE these!)
A special breakfast (Small boxes of cereal, apple-juice boxes)
Animal Crackers (The good kind in the space-taking box!)
Goldfish crackers in the small boxes
Add to the list in the comments!--Nony