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Kids Stocking Fillers Under £10


I've been really organised this year compared to previous years, I have completed all of my christmas shopping before December 1st, put together the kids Christmas Eve Basket and I've not long finished buying the kids stocking fillers. Go me! Now I feel like I can really relax and enjoy the run up to Christmas with the kids.


I thought I would share what I've put in the kids stockings incase you were looking for ideas for your children's stockings and they're around the same age as mine. Also, every single item mentioned is below £10 which is great!

Girl stocking fillers - 3-5 Years 

Amelia is 4 and a half so the majority of these stocking fillers are targeted to her age. However I would say that most of them would suit the 3-5 age bracket. I've tried to link everything below but if there's something you'd like to know where it's from just let me know.


Frozen stickers / Watch / Colouring pack / Magic face cloth / Nail polish / Lip balm / Ice cream bubbles / Frozen toothbrush / Bracelet / Rings / Hairbrush / Kinder joy / Frozen 


Sparkle Doll / Bath crayons / Crayola Twistables / Tamagotchi / My little pony / Tangle teezer / Shopkins stickers 


Play money / Sparkle playdoh 


Boys stocking fillers - 1-3 years 

Harry will be 2 next month so these stocking fillers are targeted towards the 1-3 year age group. 

Frozen lollies / Chocolate orange / Smarties tube / Mini selection pack / Chocolate coins




Bath toys / Expandable bath cloth / Playdoh / Tumbler / Toothbrush 


Dinosaurs / Cars / Puppy soft toy / Disney dinosaur soft toy 


Mini selection pack / Paw patrol egg / Chocolate coins / Milky buttons tube

I'd love to hear what you're putting in your childs stocking this year!

3 comments

  1. Some really cool stuff there. I am kind of organised but I wish I would be more organised. There is so little time in the day when you work full time.
    I actually don't do stocking fillers would you believe it.

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  2. It is so hard this time of year for me and this gives a few good ideas. I have twins who turn 4 a week before christmas so it is a double whammy of spending. One thing is for sure - you can never go wrong with chocolates and dinosaurs. I think the Paw Patrol egg is a must in any of my boys stockings :)

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  3. Thank you Kerry, these ideas are all fab! I've been getting stressed about Christmas gifts for our own and nieces/nephews but you've reminded me that the little things are often the best...and it's all about the wrapping paper when they are so young anyway!!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I love reading them all and will try my best to answer all of your questions. If you would like to contact me for a quicker response please feel free to tweet me at (@ohsoamelia_blog) or email me. Kerry