30 Perfect Stocking Stuffers For $25 Or Less
A great stocking should be positively jammed with sweet treats and clever finds — abundance is key! But that can get pricey, so here are 30 fun ideas to surprise and delight, all $25 or less.
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Heavy glass and retro good looks make these ice cream dishes the perfect gift for your resident style-obsessed sweet tooth. If you want to go above and beyond, include a DIY coupon for a scoop on you from the local ice cream shop.
We love giving ornaments because every time your loved one trims the tree from now on, they’ll think of you! This glam starburst adds a hit of shine to any space.
Give the gift of green — a mod plant pot breaks up the grey, wintry weather. Bonus points if you include a few seed packets tied with pretty ribbon.
Stylish two-toned ring holders are a fun way to keep a dressing table or bathroom counter clutter-free.
Avian-inspired salt and pepper shakers are a whimsical take on a practical kitchen accessory.
Give the gift of better sleep with this charming linen eye mask.
This book’s intricate illustrations of whimsical flora and fauna elevate the coloring trend to super-stylish levels.
This vibrant, verdant glass jar can wrangle trinkets, store cotton balls or just pretty up a countertop or bookshelf.
Frequent flyers will love this set of cloth bags, which keep everything from hair accessories to chargers to ear buds organized and easy to find.
Everyone loves an ampersand. (Well, wordy types do, anyway.) Get typographical in the kitchen with this fun trivet.
Rich, painterly dessert plates by Austin-based artisan Starla Michelle Halfman make even the simplest sweet feel fancy.
Every stocking needs a clever toy, and this low-tech gadget is the perfect one. It works right out of the box, allowing you to project YouTube videos, Vines and even family snapshots onto the big screen (aka, your living room wall).
These matchboxes, designed by Vancouver artist Olga Bajus, are tiny pieces of art that add quirky charm to any tabletop.
These scented papers are perfect for sporty girls on the go — stash them in gym bags, yoga mats or even runners (or riding boots, for the less sporty among us). We love their sophisticated scents, which include Fig & Honey, Peppermint & Sea Salt and Sakura Blossom.
Seasonally appropriate buffalo check lends a cozy, wintry vibe to any kitchen.
Plated with real silver and gold, these chic mugs add a hit of shine to your holiday table — talk about glamming up teatime!
Danish contemporary design brand Hay is known for its stylish minimalism, and these simple kitchen utensils are no exception. Made of beech wood, each one is a pleasing blend of sculptural and practical.
A simple stripe motif with a hand-drawn effect gives a laid-back, beachy vibe to this ceramic candleholder.
A sweet cloud shaped tray has whimsical charm, while its 24 karat gold border adds subtle glamor.
Family games night gets a retro update with this sweet wooden domino set.
Collaged paper portraits of iconic artists Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol adorn these pint-sized notebooks, instantly elevating all your everyday scribblings.
This mod alarm clock encourages punctuality and adds a juicy punch of intense color to any space – now that’s our type of multitasking!
This lovely perfume bottle will add vintage charm to her dressing table.
Minimalist but bright, these genuine leather key chains are right up our alley. And, they’re painted with hardwearing acrylic leather paint, so the beautiful hues will definitely last.
Moscow Mules, the classic cocktail featuring vodka, ginger beer and lime juice and traditionally served in a brass mug, are back. Gift your favorite amateur mixologist with one of these iconic vessels — and maybe a mini bottle of booze for bartending emergencies.
There’s nothing like a little dose of neon to brighten up a wintry grey day. Which is why we love this set of pinch bowls, which are made of solid beech and dipped in brightly colored plastic so they’re non-slip.
These geographically specific toques are an easy, retro-cool way to show a little regional pride. (Is it wrong that we want them all?)
Classic cabin architecture shines in this magnet trio by Vancouver-based design company Henderson Dry Goods.
A curvy silhouette, metal insert (for steeping loose tea leaves) and cheery hue make this ceramic pot the platonic ideal of tea-making vessels. It’s guaranteed to produce the perfect cuppa.
If this kitchen timer reminds you of classic airline posters, that’s no mistake: it was inspired by the Jet Age, which explains the aeronautical aesthetic and candy apple red finish.