Welcome to my first stocking filler ideas blog post. I just love creating these and this year I have not only done one but TWO. The first will feature more general items (below) and the second is all about sustainable stocking filler ideas. I really hope you like my suggestions.
Often the stocking fillers are the most fun ones to buy people I find. I really believe though that they need to FIT in a stocking and also NOT BE TOO EXPENSIVE. I see so many stocking filler guides with really lavish gifts in and I really don’t think stocking fillers should be extravagant. I hope you like them!
These are the perfect stocking filler for those who love dark chocolate as the only ingredients are dark chocolate and coconut oil. I really love the snowman design on them! With as little as 0.2g sugar per 100g, these are also not too bad for you and they are also vegan friendly! Be warned though, the person receiving these would have to LOVE dark chocolate and not have a sweet tooth.
This yummy chocolate and hazelnut bar is vegan which is a plus for those saving the planet by eating fewer animal products. It’s definitely a treat but what a perfect time to hide one in someone’s stocking at Christmas! This chocolate bar is amazingly tasty, and I wouldn’t know it was vegan and I think everyone would love this!
These caramel snowballs by Montezuma’s make the perfect festive treat. They have a runny caramel centre which is coated in velvety white chocolate. It’s nice to find something a little different to give someone at Christmas too.
Tangle teezers are so useful for those with tangled hair. I love my mini travel one with the Skinny Dip design. It is just so useful and comes with a protective cover which is great for keeping it nice and clean.
You can’t go wrong with some Lush Sleepy Body Lotion. This is perfect for those wanting to wind down over the busy festive season and it just smells so relaxing. It is divine to apply too and is made with natural ingredients. Lush is a brand I adore!
Micellar water is so great for taking makeup off and a mini one for travel is a perfect stocking filler. This is such a useful present for beauty addicts.
Giving a jar of conserve to someone at Christmas can be a lovely gesture, particularly if it is of an unusual one that is more special. This acai and blueberry one by Naturya is a much healthier version to other jams as it contains less sugar. The sugar is also natural from agave syrup and the fruit. This jam is suitable for vegans too.
During winter having something to protect you from germs on public transport is a great idea. This natural one by Neal’s Yard is much kinder on hands than alcohol-based hand sanitisers. It also smells divine and feels so luxurious. Another practical gift!
I’m really into using more natural based beauty products where I can, and I would really recommend this deodorant by Green People. There are no nasty chemicals such as aluminium, and it smells heavenly. Another useful item to give someone at Christmas!