07.11.12

Stocking filler ideas

So so proud me this year… already in September I started to “collect” little things that will go into the Advent calender for the kids.

1. Got the fire truck from Tube toys and cannot wait for the boy to open it!
2. Mini pinball game.
3. Flower shaped post its – maybe strange but my daughter loves to draw on my post its! And those are so pretty…

4. Miffy finger paint.
5. Pink gouaches – and I guess I will score high here.
6. Finger tattoos – fun playtime for sure!

stocking filler ideas

I think I just came across something small and nice and that was the start… and I thought: Hey lets be good and start early so you do not have to run around like a crazy chicken to find fun stuff that is not totally useless with a high chance to fill lots of days with chocolate…

So I am sharing my finds with you today, because yes… I AM DONE, which will hopefully help and inspire you.

7. Sonny Angels, the moment I saw those I knew I will get a few for the calendar.
8. Schleich, a classic!
9. Mini bubbles.

10. Pink pens- will make a girl happy. She loves to draw and of course she loves pink.
11. Animal hand tattoos. Good thing with these tattoos – there are a couple of sheets in a package so   you can split them between the kids or days!
 12. Playmobil figures.

stocking filler ideas

And because we are “extra clever” this year, we will place the crafty things during week ends and hope for a calm and fun breakfast :)

13. Little construction set. I have a boy here who loves helicopters, which he calls TETITOP.
14. Band  aids, still popular in this house!
15. Hello Kitty – as I am not buying any clothes etc. with this cat this is like a big treat :)

16. Hand puppets. Love those and they will definitely be a Sunday filler. 
17. A few little cars here and there.
18. Stickers – of course, always good!

Now all I have to is putting together the calendars, wrap everyting {favourite part} and wait for December 1st!

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