Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: Kids Christmas Stocking Filler ideas

  1. #1

    Question Kids Christmas Stocking Filler ideas

    I have 4 kids and I am in desperate need for stocking filler gift ideas? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  2. #2
    Do your kids like popcorn? Jody's Popcorn has "funfetti", which is a multi-colored candied popcorn, usually the favorite among kids, if it's not the regular caramel corn. We also have pink kettle corn, which girls usually love. Just google jody's popcorn if you are interested. Hope that helps (-:
    Screen Shot 2012-10-26 at 10.51.53 AM.jpgScreen Shot 2012-10-26 at 10.51.20 AM.jpg

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Posts
    749
    A few ideas based on what I've put in my childrens' stockings and what me and my brother and sister used to get: Tangerine at the bottom, mini chocolate selection tray, christmas cracker, bubble bath, we usually put in a canister of squirty foam soap, too, underwear, small novelty toys (The kind you find in Hawkins Bazaar - type will depend on ages), books, what about those little make up kits? Nail polish for older girls? Coloring pens / pencils / crayons for children? Mini colouring / magic painting book? Secret Journal for older children / young teens, nicer leather type writing journal for older teens? Or models - like those airplanes you put together and paint? A nice mug? Stretchy putty, tricks? Snap cards / small pocket board games? Bath toys for younger children, blowing bubbles, age appropriate jewellery for girls - maybe candy bracelets? Small lego kits, toy cars? Bead / make your own bracelet kits? Pretend food or money? Oh we usually put in one of those big bouncing balloons with the elastic bands on - that when you've blown them up you can bop them around by the band? Face paint crayons / temporary tattoos? Traditional toys like cup and ball / dominos / Kaleidoscope / yo yo? Small musical instruments for younger children like maracas / mini tambourine / kazoo? How about small puzzle blocks like Impuzzable or the Rubik's Cube?

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Location
    Sloatsburg, NY, USA
    Posts
    15,385
    Quote Originally Posted by Christmas_mama View Post
    A few ideas based on what I've put in my childrens' stockings and what me and my brother and sister used to get: Tangerine at the bottom, mini chocolate selection tray, christmas cracker, bubble bath, we usually put in a canister of squirty foam soap, too, underwear, small novelty toys (The kind you find in Hawkins Bazaar - type will depend on ages), books, what about those little make up kits? Nail polish for older girls? Coloring pens / pencils / crayons for children? Mini colouring / magic painting book? Secret Journal for older children / young teens, nicer leather type writing journal for older teens? Or models - like those airplanes you put together and paint? A nice mug? Stretchy putty, tricks? Snap cards / small pocket board games? Bath toys for younger children, blowing bubbles, age appropriate jewellery for girls - maybe candy bracelets? Small lego kits, toy cars? Bead / make your own bracelet kits? Pretend food or money? Oh we usually put in one of those big bouncing balloons with the elastic bands on - that when you've blown them up you can bop them around by the band? Face paint crayons / temporary tattoos? Traditional toys like cup and ball / dominos / Kaleidoscope / yo yo? Small musical instruments for younger children like maracas / mini tambourine / kazoo? How about small puzzle blocks like Impuzzable or the Rubik's Cube?
    Yeah - I do th same for my kids. Now that they are older I do make-up, lotion, socks, lip balm, etc.
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  


About ATC

    ATC "AllThingsChristmas" is a Forum Devoted to everything about Christmas, please enjoy our Forum & feel free to chat about the greatest day of the year.

Follow us on

Twitter Facebook youtube Flickr