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Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids and Adults
I can’t believe Christmas is only a few days away. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably still scrambling for a few last minute gift ideas and stocking stuffers. I put together a few ideas for stocking stuffers for adults and kids, that are both practical and beautiful. All of these are available at Walmart and you can use your Walmart+ membership. Walmart+ is the go-to membership for all your holiday moments and gatherings. With unlimited free delivery ($35 order min. Restrictions apply.), it makes planning and last minute shopping 😉 way easier.
Keep scrolling for some gift ideas with items we currently have and love….
Stocking Stuffer Ideas you can pick up in store…
Felt Hat Brush – Felt hats typically get a bit dusty, especially with a lot of wear. I thought this hat brush was a fun and practical idea for the hat lover in your life.
Bandana – Can’t go wrong with a neutral bandana. Perfect accessory for any outfit, or you can just keep it in your bag or car if you need it.
Wildsam Field Guides: Desert Southwest – We’re big fans of the Wildsam field guide books. This southwest issue is filled with inspiring notes that will make anyone want to plan a trip out west and fall in love with the desert. They fit perfectly in a stocking too!
Glass Reusable Straws – Any small way to cut down on waste is a plus in our household. We love these glass straws in pretty tones. The tiny cleaning brush they come with is so helpful too.
Laneige Lip Mask – I keep lip mask this by my bedside- its so buttery soft and the only thing that moisturizes my lips.
Beats Headphones – I never thought I’d be a Beats headphones kind of person, because they are a bit bigger, but wow – the sound is so much nicer. I recently took these on a work trip and it made my flight so enjoyable.
Pimple Patches – Everyone who ever gets a breakout needs these. There are so many pimple patches out there, but these little guys sure do the trick. I won’t buy another brand. At the first sign of any blemish I put one of these on before bed and well, (sorry in advance) it sucks out all the gross bacteria from my skin.
Facial Jade Roller – I love keeping my jade roller in the freezer to reduce puffiness in the morning. Such a treat with my morning tea.
Makeup Brush Kit – Such a sweet kit for any makeup lover. The neutral handles are pretty enough to be kept out on display too.
Maldon Sea Salt – For anyone who loves to cook, or even the casual chef – we love sprinkling this sea salt ontop of roasted potatoes, avocado toast, you name it!
Flameless Electric Arc Lighter – Personally, the more practical gifts are, the more I love them. Stocking stuffers usually end up being socks or candy and although I love both of those, how many can you really have? We light candles everyday around here. Ollie has become particular fond of our “dinner candles” which really makes us crack up. I love this rechargeable candle lighter in lieu of matches and its long enough for when candles get low as well.
Le Labo Santal 33 – Rob’s signature scent. This travel gift set is perfect for the Santal lover in your life, or if you want to turn someones on to a new scent. It has spicy, leathery, musky tones. It’s very inviting and sexy. Love it.
Little Penguins Board Book – This book is a favorite around here and one I’ve been taking out each winter with Oliver. We love to rotate books based on the seasons. This story is so sweet about a family of penguins first snow fall, playing in the snow, putting on socks and boots, etc. A sweet one for little ones.
Natural Non-Toxic Children’s Crayons – Anything that promotes creativity, I’m all for. You could never have enough art supplies. We find ourselves doing a craft several times a week, especially during the holidays. These crayons are a nice non-toxic option and are an oil pastel base.
Wooden Stone Stacking Blocks – Ollie has been reaching for these stacking colorful stone blocks so much these days. You can use them to introduce math skills, stack them, sort by color and size, the possibilities are really endless. Also, small enough to throw in your bag for on the go.
Magnifying Glass – We go on a lot of nature walks and collect pieces of nature as we go…sticks, rocks, leaves, you name it. A magnifying glass is perfect for helping little ones get up close with their treasures.