Are you finished with your Christmas shopping yet? Often the last part is the stocking stuffers…and it’s always the toughest part! We DIY’ers know what we want. It’s everyone else that is difficult to buy for! I like to stuff stockings with things that are unique, useful, and fun. They also need to fit into a budget. Here are a few fun ideas I found for less than $20 that might work for you too!

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Stocking Stuffers for Him:

A Grill Cleaner

A Golf Dice Game

A Harmonica – unless the recipient might drive you crazy with it.

Beard Oil

Hand Cream

A Hat and Gloves


Stocking Stuffers for Her:

Bath Bombs

Lip balm 


Wonder Woman pens. Because we’re all Wonder Women!

An emergency sewing kit 

Boot cuffs

A personal alarm for safety. This is also a great gift for a college student!

Stocking Stuffers for Kids:

A magnetic gravity defying toy


Neon scratch art sticky notes

Modeling clay sticks


Fake snow to make snowmen with (unless you’ve got more than enough of the real stuff!)

Mad Libs, because…Mad Libs.

Scented markers

Sensory bottles. Great for calming anyone down (even you!)

A screaming flying monkey slingshot. Because little boys exist. (Little girls will probably love them too!)


Glow in the dark slap bracelets


Stocking Stuffers for Everyone:

A fast seatbelt cutting and window breaking device to be kept in the glove compartment for emergencies. 

Screen cleaning stickers for all the new electronics under the tree

A portable USB charger with foldable plug

A Magnetic Wrist strap

LED bike lights. This is great for safety reasons, but also looks really cool.

A Rubik’s Cube. Because it’s a Rubik’s cube!

A tiny personal bluetooth speaker 

A mini flashlight. Ideally everyone should have a few around the house and one in the car. 

I could really add a lot more, but I think this is a great list to start with! If you’ve got other great stocking stuffer ideas, I’d love to hear them!

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