Christmas Stocking Fillers

Friday, November 27, 2015
Christmas Stocking Fillers
One of the best things about christmas when I was a child and now, to be honest, was hanging my reindeer stocking on my door on christmas eve and in the morning finding that it was full of little goodies, including chocolate and small beauty products. It's one of the christmas traditions we have always had and still do and I hope it never changes. Here are my stocking filler ideas:


*Bluffers Guides (£6.99) have already been featured in my mens gift guide but I had to include them again as I think they would make fantastic gifts in general but they would also make lovely and more unique stocking fillers. I have the rugby, chocolate and food guides which are so useful and informative without being a heavy or dull read. I have my eye on the business, quantum universe and hiking books. They have free UK shipping which is amazing and for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Bluffers are having 50% off! 


*Balmi Super Cube Lip Balm (£4.99) is a cute and unique lip balm that would be perfect for teens! I have the cherry flavour and it is a lifesaver for my dry lips during the colder months. It contains shea butter, jojoba oil and vitamin E so it keeps the lips moisturised and smooth. They are so handy on the go and they looks so cute! Sticking with the lip balm theme the *I Love...Tinted Moisture Balm (£2.99) is also so cute. I have the cherry flavour and for a tinted balm it has quite a lot of pigmentation and staying power. 

Pampering during the festive season and the colder months in general is essential for me to de-stress and *The Bath Mama Christmas Star and Holly Berry & Mistletoe Jumbo Bath Bombs (£1.99, 180g) fit the bill perfectly. I have already reviewed a few Bath Mama Bath Bombs and I loved them, they are fantastic especially for the price! 

My final beauty stocking filler is the *Roger and Gallet Gingembre Rouge Shower Gel (£9, 200ml) and it smells amazing; I always receive some beauty products in my stocking and I would be very happy to find this on christmas morning. Roger and Gallet products are just fantastic and I definitely want to try more! 

In my video gift guide below, I've also include the *Roger and Gallet Fleur de Figuier Hand and Nail Balm (£6, 30ml) which I already review in my introduction post to the brand. I love hand creams and this one is fantastic! Additionally, I think the *Freedom House of Glamdolls Palette (£8) would be a great stocking filler for makeup lovers as Freedom and Makeup Revolution palette are amazing quality and this one contains not only a range of shadows but blush, lipgloss and more. Lastly for makeup, I think anything from Burts Bees would be lovely but their lip glosses (£7.99, shade Flutter) and lip shimmers (£5.99, shade Rhubarb) are all gorgeous! A favourite product of mine for the past few weeks has been *The Wet Brush (£11.99) as it works wonders on my thick and knotty hair - it would be the ideal stocking filler for those with unmanageable or knotty hair (I already have a review on my blog). 

Personalised Gifts: 

Last but not least, personalised gifts are always so much more special and thoughtful than others so these *Cheerz Photo Strips (£6.49 for 5 photo strips) would be a lovely stocking filler addition. I've made mine for friends, to include in their christmas cards as an extra gift. The *Cheerz Photo Magnets (£7.45 for nine magnets) are fantastic too, they come in a cute box so you could give it as it is or you can give one each to friends.  I made mine on the app which is free and so easy to use - their final christmas delivery date is the 17th Dec. 

Here is my stocking filler gift guide video, again sorry about the quality and lighting changes (damn english weather!). Oops, the video title is womens gift guide instead of stocking filler gift guide - all these christmas posts are getting to me! 

What do you think of the products I've featured? 


  1. I love these ideas! Thanks for sharing! XX

  2. Fantastic stocking filler ideas, I love all of your choices!

  3. Personally I like to stuff candy and chocolate in stocking stuffers, because then there is some nibbling going on during present time! hehe
    But I love this selection! I used Balmi before, so nice!
    Angie x | Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

    1. I'm really loving this Balmi lip balm, it's the first one I've tried and it's great x

  4. Those photo strips are SO cute! Such a great present for a best friend. Thanks for the great gift guide Heather x

  5. This post gets me so excited for Xmas! Some great ideas x

  6. Great suggestions! Stocking fillers are the best, I like having all these tiny tings :)

  7. I love all of the products. This is so helpful, thank you for sharing. xo

    Antonia || Sweet Passions

  8. This is a good post! Such great ideas for stocking fillers!

    I write Mademoiselle Meets Maquillage and Macaroons and I would love for you to give it a read. Maybe we can follow each other on Bloglovin?

    Deepti x

  9. This is such a good gift guide Heather! I really struggle with buying stocking fillers, but bath and beauty products are always a good shout, I usually buy a lot from Lush! I have that Balmi lip bal, and I love it so much, it's a really great little gift, I may pick some up for my friends as we usually do little gifts instead of big ones! Your photos are gorgeous too x

    Ami | perksofbeingami

  10. These are all lovely gift ideas! Personally I never say no to a few more books :)
    xo Kiki

  11. Aw I love these ideas, especially the cute little beauty gifts. My favourite things growing up where always the little suprises in my stocking too x

  12. The Roger and Gallet products smell divine! I definitely wouldn't mind some in my stocking this year! Lovely little roundup, and more realistic than most I've seen! x

    Martha Jane |

  13. These are all really helpful- I am making my mum and sister beauty/skincare baskets and little bits like this are making great additions.

  14. I love the Cheerz photo stuff! I got loads of instagram prints done for my OH and framed them for his birthday this year, I think they'd make neat Xmas pressies too :)

  15. I really enjoyed reading this blog post, so many good ideas, thank you for sharing x


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