I have collected several gift posts including a few on stocking stuffers
Here is one from nourishing minimalism Gift cards, food, seeds, candy, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, etc. are good minimalist gifts.
Here is one from A Modern Mrs. Darcy I particularly love the bookish, letter writing, and artsy ideas, particularly the washi tape and pens. Stamps, stickers, paper punches, a lot of small art journal items like that are lovely.
Mom is giving seed packets to her friends, but I love the stocking stuffer idea.
Mom always gives us fruit (I LOVE when we each get our own pomegranate) and chocolate. I think we've gotten Tic Tacs before too.
The coupon idea doesn't always have to be for kids; I made one from all of us girls for Dad to watch a movie he keeps mentioning with him.
Activities are always a good idea; Mom bought the little girls ice skating necklaces and lessons one year.
Beauty items like nail polish, barrettes, and headbands are always appreciated.
A lot of these items are good for our $1 family stocking and the $5 gift exchange.
The gifts I bought my little sisters before we decided to draw names will go in their stockings (they are adorable; I will do a post of the gifts I'm giving later).
I personally would like a couple balls of "I Love This Yarn."
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