With Christmas being hours away, the scramble for last minute gifts is upon us! One of the easiest decorations for your home are the family’s “stockings hung with care” left for Santa Claus to fill with sweets and treats on Christmas Eve. I don’t know if you remember as much as I do, loving those stocking stuffers at all of the different Christmas parties during the season. Whether it is the family gathering at grandma and grandpa’s or Christmas morning at the house, there are always stockings for all of us to open, especially the kids.

While there is even a challenge of time, budget, and access to shopping this season, given the pandemic and all its negative effects, we can still find some amazing stocking stuffers. Many choices are quite affordable and still entertaining. Some may just be options that you can make yourself and bring a smile to the faces of the kids in the family.

Several experts list many stocking stuffer ideas that are available for under $25 or even less than that. Well, then! There is no reason to remove the stockings from this Christmas’s celebrations with the ability to cut the costs like that.

Take a look here at some of these last minute stocking stuffer ideas that would be great fun for your children or others in your extended family:

  1. Head scratcher
  2. iPhone cleaning pad
  3. Magnetic phone mount
  4. “Bring Me Some Wine Socks”
  5. Themed, disposable face masks (perfect for 2020!!)
  6. Holly Jolly Mini Massager
  7. Lazy Bed Glasses
  8. Hand Sanitizer Keychain

Additionally, there is more to think of than 2020 or Christmas when shopping around for those fun stocking stuffers on a time crunch. You can also be sure to shop for additional entertainment to your friends’ and family members’ lives. Some of these include:

  1. “Don’t Laugh Challenge” Joke Book
  2. Mad Libs
  3. World’s Smallest Uno Card Game
  4. Rubik’s 3×3 Cube
  5. Conversation Starters

So, with all this there is no reason to leave those stockings empty! Plenty of options can help continue along the path that the pandemic has created for us, while others add fun to the room, even when we only have a few people around at any one time.