Stockings Stuffed Perfectly

Dec 21, 2020


Christmas is almost here! It’s time to get those last-minute gifts and gather your stocking stuffers. Getting the right stocking can be intimidating. Check out these tips on how to stuff the perfect stocking.
 
Food related stuffers
Each family’s traditions are different, but sweet treats in a stocking are usually appreciated. Go for real sweets like mints, small chocolates, gum, or assorted candy. However, oranges, nuts, and other low-bruising fruits are also good choices.
 
Cosmetics and personal items
Christmas is a great time to update your toiletries. New toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, deodorant, and other general toiletries. Great gifts for girls include nail polish, shampoo, makeup pallets, lipstick, and good travel toiletries.
 
Kids Items
Get small and inexpensive toys for stockings. Think about small books, coloring tools, and playing cards. Also, add useful items like underwear and socks.
 
This Christmas, don’t wait until very last minute to get your gifts. Add your local Co-op to your list of shopping spots this Christmas.
 

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