Last Minute Stocking Stuffers

Opening the stockings is one of my favorite parts of Christmas! It’s when everyone really gets surprised with the little but thoughtful things ‘Santa’ remembers to bring them and there is so much excitement to see what they hold! Growing up, my stocking was always filled with face creams, makeup, perfume, etc. so today I am rounding up some of my favorite last minute gifts for the lady in your life!
My husband is a huge soccer fan and next year Atlanta is finally getting soccer team! This jersey will be perfect to wear when we go cheer on the Atlanta United! If you have any soccer fans in your life (and who doesn’t?), check out some MLS goodies here.
This adorable trinket dish from Tri-Coastal Designs is only $8 dollars and so perfect for a nightstand table to catch jewelry on.
Speaking of jewelry, how perfect is this bracelet with my kids initials? I love smaller pieces that don’t get in the way and the entire line from Brin and Bell fits my needs. buy advair online no prescription
Busy moms and women are constantly forgetting things … at least I am. A small notebook fits perfectly inside my purse and car center console. I am always thinking of things I need to do while waiting in the carpool line and this is perfect for jotting down my ongoing to do list.
An adorable coffee cup, no brainer on that one. Loving this 90% cream, 10 % coffee since it describers me perfectly and this All You Need is Love mug.
I rarely have time to escape for a manicure, but I love changing up the color on my nails (even if it’s the drive through at Zaxby’s). This non-toxic, odorless nail polish from SOPHi is safe to use even while pregnant and doesn’t contain all of those horrible ingredients. There are 25 different shades and each is under $8 a bottle!
My hands gets so dry in the winter and I am always forgetting to apply lotion. I am obsessed with the Capri Blue Volcano hand cream from Anthropologie. It’s formulated with coconut oil and shea butter to smoothe and soften your skin.
Dry Shampoo/Face Wipes. Have you ever been driving and realized you haven’t washed your hair in 3 days? Yeah … me too. I keep mini dry shampoo bottles in my purse for when I need a pick me up. This floral scent from Batiste is my favorite and I know tons of my girlfriends love it too. This would also make the perfect addition to a “new mama” gift! I also keep Yes to Cucumbers Towelettes nearby in case I’m forced to get out of my car. {If my husband is reading this, I would love an oversized stocking filled with these please}. buy orlistat online no prescription
Lastly, energy bars for on the go are a must. I keep probably 10 on hands at all time in my car, purse, and diaper bag. These Redd Superfood Bars fill me up and keep me focused all day. They’re perfect for men or women and will definitely be one of the most delicious things eating throughout the year!


What do you love receiving in your stocking? Share in the comments below! buy pepcid online no prescription



  1. Great stocking stuffers!! I'm a huge soccer fan. Seattle Sounders for life 😉
    I'd love to receive any of these in my stocking. Especially that bracelet.

  2. Love these! My hubby would be so surprised and happy with this soccer shirt since it wasn't on his list! And that trinket dish is super cute! I have a slight obsession with trinket dishes! For that price I might as well get everyone one!!

  3. These are really great ideas! The jersey would be a very nice surprise for my hubby since it wasn't on his list. And that trinket dish is super cute! I have an obsession with trinket dishes and for the price I may get everyone one!

  4. I love doing stockings too! I've never heard of that nailpolish before! I don't think I've actually ever put any nailpolish in stockings before. I'll have to do that for my mom and sister this year!

  5. Your photos are soooooo pretty! I love that little jewlery plate, it's adorable. And I'm a huge fan of those Redd Superfood bars. I always have one in the diaper bag 🙂

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