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Christmas stocking stuffer ideas

Traditionally, stocking stuffers are smaller gifts that tend to be secondary to the main gifts under the Christmas tree.

For her:

• Nail polish.
• Jewellery.
• Chocolates.
• Candles.
• Bath salts.
• A journal.
• Lip gloss.
• Photo frames.
• Gift cards.
• Homemade gift.
• Scarf.
• Ornament.

For him:

• Cookies.
• Plaque for work.
• Jar of nuts.
• Fancy pens.
• Books.
• Coffee mug.
• Keychain.
• Phone charger.
• Wallet.
• Socks

For teens:
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• Gift cards.
• Hair bands.
• Perfumes/colognes.
• Chocolates.
• Socks.
• Beauty products.
• Funky USBs.
• Cellphone covers.
• Movies.
• Books.

For kids:

• Crayons.
• Play dough.
• Glow sticks.
• Rubik cube.
• Stickers.
• Educational games.
• Colouring books.

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