The holidays are closer than you think! Other than the traditional gifts under the tree, kids will be excited to hang their stockings on Christmas Eve and check them in the morning to see what treats St. Nick left.
But before your family members hang their stockings with care you need to plan how you’re going to fill them. When it comes to filling stockings, each parent has a different technique. While some use traditional candy canes and chocolates, there are other families who love using personalized gifts.
If you’re looking for some ideas to fill your stockings, but you’re on a budget, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. These Christmas easy stocking stuffers under $10 will definitely impress the kids and even the adults!
Easy Stocking Stuffers Under $10
These bag clips can bite down on your lunch bags, keeping your food safe and cute until time to eat up. They feature adorable monster and animal face designs in different colors. Bring a smile to your kid’s faces even when you can’t be with them for lunch.
Let your kids enjoy “tatting” themselves and each other with this large assortment of cute tattoos! Each pack comes with 24 designs with animals like sharks, eagles, wolves, snakes, and more. They come in vibrant colors and are easy to apply and a lot less mess than markers.
Well Christmas wouldn’t be complete without the fun of Mad Libs! These Christmas themed Mad Libs will give your kids hours of fun. Whether it be on the car ride home, or just some giggles with the family, they will engage their minds while tickling their funny bones.
Under The Sea Water Reveal Pad
Does your daughter, son, niece, nephew, brother, or sister have a long car ride home this Christmas? Let them take this Melissa and Doug’s Under The Sea Water Reveal Pad on their car ride home. Each set comes with a refillable water pen and a special coloring book that will keep them occupied for several hours.
Give your family a gift of coziness and comfort this holiday season with a pack of fuzzy Christmas socks. These 3-pack of wooly socks will put anyone (even the kids at heart) in the holiday spirit.
Make sure that the little ones never run out of slime. This slime pack will add hour after hour of fun and entertainment and will keep them occupied as they make their own slime.
If you have a Marvel fan in your life they will LOVE these. With this 100 sticker super hero pack you’ll have some happy campers.
This Disney Lip Balm and Nail Set will make your little ones feel quite fancy. Not only will they keep their lips moisturized, each piece also comes with a fun Disney character topper, making them even better. You can’t forget the nails, too, they will love you forever!
Make their spy dreams come true with this fun stuffer. Imagine the fun and silly shenanigans of the kids (and even adults) as they solve the mystery with this secret message pen. You can even use them to leave hidden love messages to your kids, too!
Nothing is soothing to the nerves like spending hours (of quiet time) coloring in beautiful unicorn images. Place a coloring book in each stocking like this Keep Calm and Color Unicorns book filled with pictures of magical creatures jumping onto rainbows and clouds.
Stocking stuffers don’t have to break the bank. These Christmas Stocking Stuffers Under $10 will keep the recipients busy and happy for hours to come.
Christmas Wreaths Kids Treat
This is a fun snack to make with the kids that has corn flakes, marshmallows, twizzlers and more! It’s a super fun way to get the kids involved in Christmas treats!
Easy Stocking Stuffers Under $10 + A Fun Christmas Wreaths Treat
A fun sweet Christmas treat that is shaped like Christmas Wreaths!
- - 1 stick unsalted butter
- - 35 large marshmallows
- - 1 1/2 tsp green food color or 3-4 drops of gel food coloring
- - 1 tsp vanilla extract
- - 4 cups cornflakes cereal
- - 2-3 twizzler pull and peels
- - Decorative white sprinkles
Making the bows:
Using 1 strand from a twizzler pull and peel, create a bow
shape and squeeze the middle to stick it together.
Take one decorative white sprinkle and press it into the middle.
Create 12-14 of them and set aside.
Make the Krispies:
In a large pot, melt the butter over medium heat. Add in the
marshmallows and melt them into the butter.
Remove the pot from the stove, add in the vanilla and food coloring; mix until all of the marshmallows are green.
Pour in the cornflake cereal and mix until all of the cereal is coated green.
Making the Wreaths:
Working quickly, take large spoonful’s of the krispies and
create a ball shape in your hand.
Press the ball onto a piece of parchment paper, stick a finger into the middle and press the krispies into a wreath
Quickly sprinkle the wreath with the white sprinkles and press a bow onto the top.
Do this 12-14 times.
Set the wreaths aside on the parchment paper (or wax paper) and allow them to cool completely before storing in a container.
Tip : If you wear plastic gloves, wrap your hand with saran
wrap or lightly grease your fingers this will prevent a sticky mess on your
Amount Per Serving Calories 180Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 20mgSodium 92mgCarbohydrates 27gFiber 0gSugar 15gProtein 1g
What is your favorite thing to put in kids Christmas stockings?
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Thursday 14th of November 2019
My mom used to make these wreath treats every year for us. So, you totally brought me back and now I so want to make them this holiday season, too :)