Blogmas Day 14: Stocking Fillers | Gifts Under £5

Sunday, 14 December 2014
stocking fillers from the high street from under £5
Candy Dip Nail Set // Lip Bullet // Multicoloured Block Calendar // Happy Pamper Gift Set // Chocolate Reindeer Slab // Compact Diary // Mechanical Pen // Snow Fairy Shower Gel // Candle Set // Penguin Ankle Socks // Balmi Lip Balm // Hand Warmer

If you're like me, your stocking is almost just as exciting as the presents that are under the tree. To help you out, I've put together a list of possible stocking fillers for less than £5! I know right. With the new year coming up, why not help plan ahead with a 2015 compact diary and pen from Paper Chase, and the multicoloured block calendar from New Look. Just make sure you give it to someone who is organised, or they may get a little behind with the date. I love Soap and Glory, and for anyone who has never tried it, they're definitely going to become a huge fan. The Happy Pamper Gift Set comes with a body butter and shower gel, perfect for a pamper on those cold nights.

Talking of shower gels, I know how much I go on and on about this, but I love Snow Fairy. Lush is literally my haven during Christmas, but Snow Fairy is a scent that will always be my favourite. It comes in a sample bottle of 100g, and can you imagine if everybody brought you one, you may even have enough to last a whole year. Most of the products in Lush are under £5, so you have a wide selection, plus how amazing will their stocking smell! I know everybody hates socks at Christmas (I don't, I need as many lace trimmed socks as possible), but these digital printed penguin ankle socks from Topshop are just too adorable not to share. Everybody needs a lip balm and this Balmi lip balm is perfect, plus it comes in this cute festive bauble. If you know someone who constantly has really cold hands, this Mini Hottie hand warmer from WHSmiths is exactly what they need. It comes in a knitted heart design cover, and is reusable as well as self-heating so they will always be feeling toasty.

Let me know in the comments below what's been some of your best and worst stocking fillers.

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