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Stocking stuffers can sometimes throw me for a loop. It’s easy to fill with candy and personal care items but sometimes I want to find fun unique items. Today I have rounded up some cute stocking stuffer ideas under $50. Christmas is only 20 days away so it’s time to get busy with some shopping (I need to take my own advice -ha!) I have provided some affiliate shopping links from Nordstrom , The Loft, JCrew and Amazon below. Just click the product links to shop.
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Cute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for HER
I personally love hats, stockings and scarves for stocking ideas along with a piece of inexpensive jewelry or lipstick. Be sure to check out our Stylish and Affordable Gift Guide we shared last week as well for more gift ideas. It’s load with great stuff! Of course the old stand by of candy is also a good option! On another note, my grandfather seems to be doing ok so far. He is adjusting to life without my gram now and he continues to enjoy coming home on the weekend for visits to see his cat. He is a lot more quiet and subdued but that’s to be expected. Christmas for him is going to be so different and he isn’t really looking forward to it. I don’t blame him. He is back in the swing of going to day camp so while he isn’t impressed to be there, he is going. Hopefully as time goes on, he adapts and makes some new friends at the Nursing Home. Fingers crossed!
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