Stockings are one of my favorite things about Christmas morning. I love all of the fun little things you can find to stuff inside. Since moms can often be hard to buy for, I found a bunch of really awesome ideas to help you get started.
If you are in search of stocking stuffer ideas for your mom (or wife) I have made it easy for you! Here are 10 awesome gifts under $10. (affiliates included)
Stocking Stuffers for Mom
Green Tea Eye Mask – $5
For those tired eyes after several nights of little to no sleep.
Jackery – $10.99
I went over a little on this one but it’s because it is so awesome. Jackery is a tiny, lipstick sized phone charger to keep in your purse for all the times you are out and about and your phone battery dies. For me, this is all the time!
Naturally add just a bit of shimmer without an overwhelming color.
Mom Coloring Book – $6.32
Adult coloring books are a new fad that everyone is loving. They are relaxing and can reduce stress, which is something every mom needs!
Screentouch Gloves – $8.99
These are super warm and gives you the ability to still use your smart phone.
Shea Socks – $8.50
Super comfy socks infused with hydrating Shea Butter. Every person on the planet needs a pair of these.
Stress & Tension Bath Soak – $7.79
This is perfect for a warm bath to soothe stress and tension. Just don’t forget to make sure she actually uses it – offer to keep the kids occupied for half an hour.
Hand and Cuticle Cream – $5.67
The Yes To Coconut cream is the best! In the winter when your hands are dry and chapped this stuff is incredible.
The Dipr – $6.56
The cookie spoon that will help you dunk your cookies without soaking your hands in milk. Brilliant.
Turbie Twist – $7.98
Instead of a bulky towel, grab one of these microfiber turbans perfect for drying your hair.
We think mom will adore all of these great stocking stuffers – so get to shopping!
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.