The stockings were hung by the chimney with care… And oh, no! You forgot the stocking stuffers!
Yes, it’s less than one week to Christmas and I haven’t finished my shopping yet. But I have picked out some of my favorite stocking stuffers, and I’m sharing them here for all my last-minute-gift-buying companions. Even better, none of these gifts will seem like last-minute finds, since they are all unique, lovely, and made with care!
1. Organic Orange + Basil Lip Balm. For the natural beauty. This soothing balm is based in organic coconut oil (which I love!), which adds moisture to keep lips feeling supple and soft no matter how cold and dry it gets outside. And it comes in a pretty little jar.
2. Organic Beeswax Stick Crayons. For the kiddo! These all-natural, organic crayons are made with just the right amount of natural beeswax, color, and love. Colors show up strong and vibrant, and best of all, you can rest assured that young ones aren’t being exposed to any toxic junk.
3. Little Book Necklace. For the reader. Bound in reclaimed leather and featuring 42 sheets of useable paper, this miniature book necklace is the ultimate quirky accessory for the book lover in your life.
4. Art Pack Organic Seed Collections. For the gardener. Give your gardening friends or family members something new and exciting with these flower, herb, or vegetable seed collections. Each includes five different organic, open-pollinated heirloom varieties. All varieties perform well in big or small spaces, including raised beds and containers. To further highlight their unique beauty, all seeds come in packaging that’s adorned with artwork by local artists commissioned by the New York State–based seed company.
5. Grapefruit Cardamom Skin Balm. For anyone. This is the perfect gift to stock up on and tuck into all the stockings—including your own! It’s also great to have on hand to give out whenever that inevitable oops-I-forgot-to-get-them-a-gift panicky moment arrives! This balm is great for everyone, and can be used on hands, feet, elbows, cuticles, and even hair (to calm flyaways).