Stocking Stuffers for Girls: 12 Days of Christmas Gifting

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Figure Skater Monogrammed StockingBig Book of Unicorn ColoringJenga BlocksVelvet Hair BowsMagnetic Dress Up TinMini Mermaid Puzzle PouchSparkle Gel CrayonsCrayola Bath DropzCutest Toddler Undies

We love our Pottery Barn stockings so much – every year it’s a treat to unpack them again. The girls each have a different figure on theirs and their names. I think it’s the most lovely family keepsake.

If you have prolific little artists like I do, you go through coloring books pretty quick. This Big Book of Unicorns coloring book is enormous and full of quirky, whimsical illustrations. Pair it with these glitter gel crayons for extra fun.

Small, travel-friendly toys make perfect stocking stuffers. Mudpuppy makes adorable mini travel puzzles in little pouches. We also love these Magnetic Dress Up Dolls for quiet time or travel. Jenga is a classic that is excellent for creative play and fills out a stocking really well (it’s all about strategy, here!)

Crayola Bath Dropz are essentially bath bombs for the younger set: each package contains 60 fizzing, water-coloring tablets that will turn their bath red, purple, green, you name it. A set of two is around $11 – perfect to put in each kids stocking. On a more necessary note, a girls gotta have undies. Preferably cute ones, like these super soft, 100% cotton briefs in lots of different prints.

Christmas is a great time to stock up on hair bows and accessories. I’m really digging these velvet bows from Amazon – perfect for the colder months and into spring.

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