Zesty's Top 10 Stocking Stuffer Ideas

by zesty on December 17, 2009 · 4 comments

Happy Thursday!  Another busy day in store over here and a few hurdles to overcome but nothing we can’t handle.  Moving day is still on schedule for tomorrow and the excitement is starting to set it in for sure.  I was asked yesterday to give my take on “great stocking stuffer” ideas.  Now of course these are just my ideas and they are not all kitchen and food related.

What I would really like to see if you would just add your favorite stocking stuffer idea in the comments section to give other people some more great ideas.  Alright so here goes my list.

Zesty’s Top 10 Stocking Stuffer Ideas

  1. Unique kitchen gadget like an egg slicer, grapefruit spoon, garlic press, etc.
  2. Lottery tickets
  3. Chocolate – any kind will do!
  4. A book or magazine
  5. iTunes Gift Card
  6. Travel games
  7. Desk or wall calendar
  8. Key chain
  9. Thermal lunch bag
  10. Long distance calling card

And of course you if you really need a fun stocking stuffer you can always buy a “GET ZESTY” T shirt.  I hope you have a great Thursday.  I am off to a Christmas concert this morning and then over to the house to meet the cleaners.  We still have a few things to wrap up including painting the railing and the fireplace hearth.

I will talk to you tomorrow.

Take care

zesty

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1 Pam

Cute ideas and good luck tomorrow!

Enjoy!

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2 Marianne

Fun coffee mugs (travel or ceramic) are good choices. I also like to give someone their favourite candy, especially if it’s something no one else in the house likes – that way they are guaranteed to enjoy it all themselves :) Or puzzle books, like sudoku or crosswords, are always a hit around here as well.

Good luck with the big move!

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3 Deborah

Cell phones!! I got my kids cell phones as their stocking stuffers. Usually, they don’t get much in them and look in them after we open presents. This year, I bought them prepaid cell phones on the Straight Talk (TracFone & Verizon Wireless). I only paid $25 for the great phone and am paying $45 for unlimited talk text and data. There are no activation, overage, or cancellation fees. Best thing is…you don’t have to worry about counting minutes!! I love it. Cool phones for great prices. Look for them at WalMart and WalMart.com.

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