Clutter-Free Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Despite my continuing efforts to declutter and simplify our home, I recently found myself shopping for random stocking stuffers for my three kids.
I felt the need, the habit, to buy some knick-knacks just to fill up their Christmas stockings. That would cost money and likely become clutter in our home within an hour of my kids opening them.
And I did not like this thought. It’s taken a long time to reduce the clutter in our home and I really don’t want it getting bad again come Christmas.
I’m not being a Grinch, I simply mean the cheap and nasty, dispensable type gifts that are commonly used for the sole purpose of filling up the Christmas stockings.
So with this in mind, I’ve collated a list of clutter-free stocking stuffer ideas, all that are still low-cost, can be used or consumed, but will not become random clutter!
I’ve tried to really think of each person I’m buying for, and to think of what they:
- Use often,
- Don’t necessarily treat themselves to,
- Will use in the near future,
- Can experience
Clutter free stocking stuffer ideas:
- Foldable, reusable bag for shopping
- Water bombs
- Body wash
- Electric toothbrush
- Travel size toiletries
- Shower cap
- Hair ties
- Bath toys
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Mini dry shampoo
- Lip gloss, chapstick etc
- Bath bombs
- Favorite snacks
- Treats suitable to the person (juice box/novelty beer/mini champagne etc)
- Nail polish
- Novelty band-aids
- Homemade coupons
- Mini play-doh tubs
- Gift cards – coffee, nails, play center, pool, Amazon, iTunes, etc.
- Lottery tickets
- Movie ticket
- Spicy sauce
- Dessert sauce
- Fancy tea-bags
- Water Bottle
- Microwave popcorn
I hope this list has helped to get your ideas flowing! And at the end of the day, the 'stuff' is not going to make or break the type of Christmas you have with your loved ones.