Sponsored Holiday Round Up.
Here’s the last of the Holiday Round Ups from Baby Loving Mama! I thought we’d help Santa out with some stocking stuffer ideas for the entire family. There’s sure to be something here for everyone young and old. As you make those final purchases to fill the socks, we hope you’ll consider some of these great gifts for stocking stuffers this year. See detailed information and links below. *Be sure to check holiday shipping deadlines.
Great Gifts for Stocking Stuffers
1 – Wee Plush Small Stuffed Animals
Bunnies By the Bay offers an assortment of perfectly priced stuffies and toys for baby’s first Christmas stocking. Check out their selection of small stuffed animals. Their smallest are the Wee Plush small stuffed animals. At around seven inches tall, these darling stuffed animals are the perfect size for a newborn bunny to enjoy.
Buy your Wee Plush stuffed animals at Bunnies By the bay for $10.00 each.
20% OFF any one item in their 2015 Holiday Gift Guide from Dec. 9-16, 2015.
2 – Animals Shakers
With their smooth design and curved edges, these animal shakers from Land of Nod are perfect for little hands. Animal shakers available in three different styles; porcupine, whale and llama. I think my daughter would love holding the little neck on the llama. I love the sturdy, wooden toys Land of Nod offers. Be sure to check out the rest of their large selection of stocking stuffers perfect for any child young or old on your list.
Buy your animal shakers at the Land of Nod for $9.95
3 – ThinkFun’s 4 Children’s Card Games
These classic card games from ThinkFun are perfect for family game night around the Christmas tree or the long car trip over the river and through the woods. A perfect gift for the child (age 3 and up) on your list, or nostalgic gift for someone who grew up in the 50s and 60s. Reproduced with the whimsical illustrations many will remember, each card game is a familiar choice for kids and parents to treasure for years!
Buy your 4 Children’s Card Games at Amazon for $11.99
4 – Target’s UNICEF Kid Power Bands
UNICEF Kid Power Bands, sold exclusively at Target, are the world’s first wearable-for-good™ activity bands. These bands address both of the concerns of inactive kids and kids globally who are malnourished. The UNICEF Kid Power Bands also provide parents with a way to give their children a unique opportunity to stay active, learn about global problems and play a real role in changing them. Kids can use their Power Bands with the free Kid Power companion app to earn points which unlock therapeutic food packets that UNICEF delivers to severely malnourished children around the world. The more kids move, the more points they earn, and the more lives they save!
For more information, please visit unicefkidpower.org.
Buy your UNICEF Kid Power Band at Target.com for $39.99
(Also available in select Target stores beginning in 2016)
5 – Craft Books
Looking for creative ideas to keep the kids busy during winter break? I’m hoping to find a few of these titles in MY stocking this year. Check out Capstone’s Craft-It-Yourself books – with several titles to spark their imaginations this season including;
- Make It Gift It: Handmade Gifts for Every Occasion by Mari Bolte, for great hand-crafted gift giving ideas.
- Custom Confections: Delicious Desserts You Can Create and Enjoy by Jen Besel, for the baker who wants to create or decorate custom desserts with ease.
- Fashion Forward: Creating Your Look With the Best of Vintage Style by Rebecca Langston-George, Liz Sonneborn, Allison Crotzer Kimmel, Lori Luster, for the fashion queen who wants to learn how to wear those retro finds or how to create the looks herself.
- DC Super Heroes Origami by John Montroll, for the comic fan who wants to combine Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the Justice League with the art of origami.
- Paper Artist: Creations Kids Can Fold, Wear, Tear or Share by Jennifer Phillips, Gail D. Green, Kara L. Laughlin, for the budding artists who want to use paper to create everything from lanterns to picture frames.
- Paint It: The Art of Acrylics, Oils, Pastels and Watercolors by Mari Bolte for the budding artist who wants to explore their imagination through acrylic, oil, pastel, or watercolor painting.
Buy your Craft Books at Capstone
Prices start at $12.95-$14.95
6 – Gordian’s KNOT Game
Buy your Gordian’s KNOT at Amazon for $11.99
7 – Engraved Glassware
Buy your Engraved Glassware at Personal Wine
Prices start at $4.99 (+$10.00 for engraving)
8 – DreamWalk Express Pedi Foot Smoother
Buy your DreamWalk Express Pedi Foot Smoother at CVS, Rite Aid, and Wal-Mart
Suggested Retail Price = $29.99
9 – Customized Make-Up Subscription Box
Give the gift to “choose what you love” with Julep‘s Maven; the beauty box that delivers exactly what you want, every month. It’s totally flexible — you can customize your monthly box, send it to a friend, or even skip a month. You’re able to choose what you want from a new collection or have a stylist pick items just for your complexion and preferences with your style profile. Plus enjoy free shipping and special Maven promos. This is a fun way to continue surprising that special someone each month.
My personal favorites are their new tinted lip balms, It’s Balm, and the Eyeshadow 101 collection which are both perfect for a busy mom on the run and fit nicely in mom’s stocking. Add a pop of moisturizing color to your lips and a quick glimmer to your eyes and it’s an instant make-over as you run out the door. Of course you can also shop with Julep without their Maven subscription.
Start your subscription at Julep. Each monthly box is completely customizable.
My Maven: You’ll get $40+ worth of polish & product for $24.99/month, or $19.99/month with a three-month prepaid subscription.
Maven Luxe: You’ll get $60+ worth of prestige products for $39.99/month, or $34.99/month with a three-month prepaid subscription.
Disclosure: I received samples of many of these holiday round up gift suggestions. All opinions are my own.