Last fall, I shared an AWESOME list put together from your suggestions of things to put into stockings that won’t end up as clutter.
This year, I’ve been sharing some ideas for Clutter Free Stocking Stuffers over on my Facebook page for the last month or so. It’s fun to think of things now that might not occur to me during a frantic trip to the store on December 24th. And, of course, it’s a great opportunity to put out lots of Amazon affiliate links, as I’ll be doing in this post now . . . (Though, of course, most of these things can be found in any store.)
Please note that these are suggestions. Each one must be examined according to the person whose stocking it will stuff. For real. While one person might think loving thoughts about you while she sharpens her kitchen knives, another might find that knife sharpener in her overly cluttered drawer and think altogether different thoughts about you.
Clutter is oh-so-personal.
Stocking Stuffers for Women (or men)
(If you stuff your own stocking, it’s a great chance to replace some of those kitchen things that need replacing.)
Stainless Steel Kitchen Utensils (I got a set a few years ago that I LOVE so much!)
wooden spoons (In case yours are broken or starting to splinter like mine might be.)
New (stain-free, unripped) Kitchen Towels
Stocking Stuffers for Men (or women)
Anything from the list above that you didn’t have room to stick into your own stocking.
T-Shirts (I got everyone a fun t-shirt last year and they took up LOTS of space in the stocking!!)
Bear Claw Telescopic Back Scratcher (These take at least 4 weeks to ship, so get it now. Hubby got one just like this last year in his stocking, but I’m pretty sure Santa meant it for me. I LOVE that thing!!)
Razor, shaving cream
Cellphone Car Charger (Just be sure you know the kind of phone so you buy one that’s compatible.)
Stocking Stuffers for Kids
Gamewright Little Hands Playing Card Holder or Playing Card Holders which help small hands hold playing cards. (Also see the suggestions from many of you of homemade versions!)
Towel hooks like these (I got plastic ones at Dollar Tree that have worked beautifully for years now.)
Warm hats and gloves
Don’t forget there are many more ideas in my post from last year. Click here!