If you are one of the millions of people around the globe celebrating Christmas this holiday season, you may be wondering what Santa is going to be filling stockings with.
Some people look for small gifts to put in stockings, while small in size they often aren’t small in price (jewelry, video games, gift cards). Others find stockings stuffed full of candy on Christmas morning.
The best gifts to fill a stocking with are small, fun and purposeful. To that end, we like to find:
- an organic apple and orange
- a maple candy santa
- Maggies organic cotton socks
- a new Preserve toothbrush
- a pouch of mixed nuts
- a small craft kit (a holiday magnet, puff ball snowman or beads for a bracelet)
- “Santa’s Coal” (popcorn drizzled in dark chocolate)
- an Elephant Poo Journal
- Under the Nile Organic Sleeping Doll (great for babies/toddlers)
- Bubble Bath
- Organic Peppermint Soap
- Organic All Natural Candy Canes
- a Klean Kanteen
- iTunes Giftcard (its much more friendly than buying traditional CD’s)
Looking for stockings? Check out woolen stockings, the photo is the Polka Dot Woolen Stocking from India Rose.
Amy's Stocking Stuffers says
I like the “Under the Nile Organic Sleeping doll”. I hadn’t seen those before. Thanks!
John Ross says
2 million celebrating christmas around the globe? Um, I’m pretty sure that must be a typo. I believe you will find that there are a lot more than 2 million Christians in the world. Otherwise, neat article.
Jamie Ervin says
@ John, you are right, 2 million wasn’t correct. Now I can’t find the statistic I was looking at(though I believe it stated 2 out of every 6 million people), so I have removed the number. Thanks!
Love those elephant poo notebooks! My daughter got such a kick out of them. 🙂 Another idea is a donation certificate to a non-profit. We always contribute money to the National Wildlife Federation since my daughter is such a big fan of animals. This has helped her also appreciate and recognize the importance of philanthropy.
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