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Gift Guide: Stocking Fillers Under £15


Its less than 5 weeks until Christmas!! I have my Christmas music blaring and Elf on in the background and I am feeling festive.

Ive never done a gift guide before but its surprising how many people want posts like these. And I have watched gift guide videos for years and they are some of the most helpful videos out there, blog posts too. Stocking fillers are super fun. Whether you have an actual traditional Christmas stocking or a giant teddy gift bag like my family do its such a fun and cute thing to do. And of course you don't have to use these as stocking fillers. They are perfect suggestions if you don't spend too much for Christmas or if you're after a little gift to go with someones main present. 

Gift card. Obviously what gift card you buy depends on its for because you're not going to buy a MAC one for someone who hates makeup. Lush do gift cards which is something I didnt know. Im secretly hoping I will get one from someone.

Pretty pj's. Cath Kidston do some beautiful pyjamas for £50 a pair but that is a lot of money to spend on clothes that you wear to bed if you ask me! New Look, Topshop, Next and even Primark always have some really lovely pj sets for Christmas, They arent expensive at all and everyone needs pj's for winter. 

DVDs are great stocking fillers. When I was little I use to get videos (remember those bulky things you had to rewind to watch again?) from Santa and from family so its sort of a tradition for us. It doesn't matter what age someone is or what they are interested in because you will always find a film for them. I have 'Me Before You' on my Christmas list so I can lock myself in my room with a box of chocolates and cry my eyes out at that film. 

Chocolate is a must have! You cant even disagree with me on that one. Everyone loves chocolate and if someone doesn't then can you really trust them? Are they someone you want in your life? HAHA! Anyway my personal faves are Guylian chocolates or Lindt *yum*! But a Terrys Chocolate orange is an essential. By the way, why have they made it smaller this year?! I demand a refund!

Phone case. Skinny Dip do some really fun phone cases and they are really nice quality. I have a pineapple one with googly-eyes and Ive had it on my phone for months and Im not even bored of it.

Slippers. Asda do some hilarious and adorable novelty slippers year round and they bring out some great ones around Christmas at a good price. I bought these brown fluffy slipper boots last weekend from Asda and you feel like you're walking on clouds when you wear them & they were only £10.

A reading book. You could go with a classic like Peter Pan for little ones or How To Kill A Mockingbird for the older peeps. There are literally millions of books out there so you will find at least one book for each person. 

Mugs because a person can never have too many. Ive been eyeing up this one  and this Pug one from Asos for a while now so Im going to have to treat myself to one of them becauseI only own another 28349955 mugs..

Scarves are ideal if you live in a cold climate like I do or even if you dont you can buy some really nice lightweight ones to finish off an outfit. I actually wear pretty patterned scarves in the Spring too.

A calendar. Every year each one of my family members gets a calendar for the new year. Last year I had a puppy one but Ive had a Twilight one when I was going through the Twilight obsession phase of my life (#TeamEdward ftw!) and of course Ive had my fair share of One Direction ones!

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  1. That pug phone case is beyond cute! Some really good ideas here!

    Chloe | www.chloexo2015.blogspot.com

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  2. Great choices, a calendar is a great idea!

    Anika | anikamay.co.uk

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  3. I've been beginning to watch christmas movie, by that i mean the santa clause triology. I definitely got to find more movies to watch.

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    1. I watched Arthur Christmas just now. Thats my favourite xmas movie! You should watch it if you havent already. x

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  4. Such awesome gift ideas, I love Perks of Being a Wallflower. I remember the first time I read it, great post! Xx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

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    1. Its one of my favourite books :) Thank you x

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  5. Gift cards are always a great gift idea to fall back on! It's nice to give something a bit more personal than just cash! x

    |Georgia Megan|

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    1. I agree, and there are so many different types of gift cards to buy. x

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  6. I love this list! Gift Cards are the best idea ever! I always grab a few for people!
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  7. Arthur Christmas is such a cute film, so many great ideas!

    Parie x
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  8. great picks, books are always a good one!

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    1. Thanks Clare. I am always so happy if someone gives me a book for Christmas :)

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