Stocking Fillers for Under £5*
*Postage and Packaging may push some of these over £5
It’s got to that point in the month where you look at someone’s pile of presents and you panic. Have you bought enough for them?! This is where stocking fillers come in handy so that you can boost the pile of presents without breaking the bank. Here are my top picks for stocking fillers.
Chocolate – Chocolate is always a brilliant stocking filler, I chose these golf ball shaped ones for my partner. If you have seen any of my previous Christmas Gift Guides you will know I’ve gone a little over the top with my golf themed presents this year. However, these are only £3.89 and not only are they a novelty present but you can eat them and haven’t got to find somewhere in your house for them!
Cooking Books – The Works is a really good shop to get some little stocking filler books. I have chosen the above slow cooker book for my list, at only £2.50 it’s a bargain! It’s a great book for someone who works long hours and would love to come home to a ready made meal.
Baking Book – This book is from the works again and is £3!! I would definitely recommend a look in The Works for a variety of stocking fillers!
Felting Kit – I have recently become obsessed with felting! I may not be very good at it but I do enjoy it. I have found that it’s really good for when I’m feeling anxious. This present is quite versatile and the cute little llamas are a bonus! And it’s only £4.
Lush Bath Bomb – A single bath bomb in a stocking can be perfect. It will give the person you’re giving it to an excuse for a relaxing bath. Lush bath bombs range in prices, however the one I have chosen is my favourite; Intergalactic which is £4.75.
Nail File – In my opinion you can never have too many nail files, because like socks, they always go missing. These cute little ones on Etsy are a bit quirky and nice to give as a gift. At only £2.50 they’re a inexpensive and useful stocking filler.
Sparkle Drops – Okay this one definitely won’t win any prizes for being useful but it does look fun. For £4.95 you get a flavoured bottle of glitter to add to your alcoholic tipple. Hands up who wants glittery gin and tonics!
Socks – I always end up with socks at Christmas and the rest of the year I am so thankful for them. Socks are something that I hate buying for myself, I would rather struggle with a little hole in my sock then spend the money on a new pair. This gorgeous pair of blue star socks from Boux Avenue look soft and fluffy.
Kindle Gift Card – I’m not usually one to buy gift cards but I think the Kindle Gift Cards are a fab idea. I love getting books but I have quite a specific type that I read. Therefore a the Kindle Gift Card would allow me to treat myself to a book I know I will love.
Personalised Bottle Opener – I don’t know about you but when I need a bottle opener I can never find one! This personalised bottle opener is a functional little stocking filler that can be engraved with a personal message.
I hope this gave you some inspiration for your last minute stocking fillers!