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Great Stocking Stuffer Ideas

By Isabel Kallman

Stocking stuffers are awesome and very important. They are usually the first thing you open when you awaken on Christmas morning.
We’ve been collecting ideas all year and here are some of our favorites:
Talking Label Maker


We loved making labels as youngsters. We still get a kick out of organizing stuff. What better way to tell people, M-I-N-E. This label maker spells out the letters aloud as you emboss them.
I Spy Bags

We’ve already professed our love for the personalized I Spy Bags. But check out all the wonderful themes available that would make for great stocking stuffers.
Pop Art Camera


Kids love cameras. Granted this one is old-fashioned and takes 35mm film (consider it a history lesson for your young one), but it produces 4 pictures in the span of one second and preserves them in 4 different colors on one single print. It’s the Pop Art Camera.
Crayon Rocks

Just like not all cameras are digital, not all crayons resemble shortened pencils. And that is enough reason for us to justify buying crayon rocks. Plus, the pebble shape crayons “allow small fingers to color on large, wide strokes, promoting confidence in creating art.” That sounds good to us. And, SouleMama really likes them, too.
Charlie & Lola figurines

We have professed our undying love for Charlie & Lola before. And luckily for us, the availability of their merchandise continues to grow. We hope this duo become as wealthy as the Olsen twins. We love these figurines and there are playing card sets as well at Pink Milk, the Charlie & Lola shop.
Monchichi Monkeys


Also from our archives is the Monchichi Monkey. So, adorable and a blast from our own pasts.


Isabel Kallman
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Isabel Kallman

Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.


Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.

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