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Sugarpuffish's Stocking Fillers for under £5

This gift guide was inspired by Alice (Bright Town Girl). We agreed that Stocking Fillers should be under £10 in fact I personally have a £5 rule. Check out these little beauties....


Weleda Mini Crackers £4.95 (inspired by Caitie)

Australian Native Botanicals 50ml hand creams, body creams & haircare £3 each at M&S. Also have a look at Tara Smith 100ml bottles of shampoo or conditioner £5 each. Don't forget the Apivita face masks everyone is talking about 2 x 8ml sachets £3

Badger Balms £3.99 for 21g size (these are widely available online)


Doy Bags mini bag £4.99 also check out the accessories section for more gifts under £5

Baggee handy plastic bag holding keyring £4.99

Union Jack Heart  travel nail care kit for hands & feet £3.95

Wrap-N-Mat the perfect alternative to sandwich bag, foil or clingfilm £5

Fridge Monkey £3.99 I brought these for my family a few years ago and everyone loved them. I ended up buying one for myself.


Mohdoh slightly breaks the budget at £5.10. It's an aromatherapy dough which makes an unusual stocking filler. 


Coconut oil is the must have beauty item. I love how it whisks you away to a tropical island. You can buy akamuti coconut oil from ichoosewhatiuse.co.uk 50g size is £3.95

If you are looking for main gift ideas then click HERE



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11 comments:

  1. What a lovely selection of stocking fillers! I especially like the wrap-n-mat - that might have to be an early christmas present for myself! x

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    1. I'm pleased to hear you liked what I selected, there are so many great gifts online. I'm a fan of wrap n mat a clever idea & great for lunch at your desk :)

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  2. I couldn't agree more, if it's more than £10, then that's a 'proper' present, not a stocking filler. Love the sound of the aromatherapy dough, what a great idea and perfect for stress relief.

    P.S. I love your little snowman sign off :)

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    1. Yes £10+ is a proper present. I think some times people forget the value of money and the meaning of Christmas. The aromatherapy dough has been on my radar for a few months, not tried it but it has me intrigued :)

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    2. I know what you mean, stockings in our house are just little nik-naks - usually socks, some chocolates, maybe some little festive make up bits and then Christmas earrings! Just something cheery to open in the morning before a big family breakfast. Things can get so expensive and out of hand!

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  3. This list is really creative and fun, and for me that is what stockings are about. I have not seen aromatherapy dough before, and it is going straight on my list. :)

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  4. This is such a good post! I love it :) You've definitely gave me some ideas!

    Gem x
    http://www.gemmameansjewel.com

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    1. Thank you & glad you found it useful :)

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  5. Where's the mini ipad? ;) Thanks for the mention, I really want to try the badger sleep balm i was looking at it at work the other day. I'm finding difficult to drift off again recently.

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    1. haha :) yes the Badger Balm looks good. I find lavender very soothing when I can't sleep. I have been sent some bath salts from Abahna's sleep range and they smell lovely and relaxing.

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