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Fill a stocking for under £10 for DH

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gravyandspuds Fri 28-Nov-14 20:24:34

Could maybe stretch to £15,but can anyone rise to the challenge?Kids stockings easy enough to do under £10 but finding it much harder to do for adult,and want to do something nice for him as he's been amazing (more than usual) this year!

Chottie Fri 28-Nov-14 20:26:47

Mug
Bag of chocolate coins
lottery ticket or scratch card
bath bomb from Lush

PedlarsSpanner Fri 28-Nov-14 20:27:37

An orange in the toe too

BathshebaDarkstone Fri 28-Nov-14 20:28:00

Mine would settle for a bottle of port. What does he like? smile

JuniperTisane Fri 28-Nov-14 20:28:51

Have you had a look at onlinepoundstore?

PurplePunkPrincess Fri 28-Nov-14 20:29:26

Aftershave miniatures, bottle of hot chilli sauce, alcohol miniatures, gift voucher (xbox, game, iTunes, eatery) chocolates or sweets, small pointless gadgets

storminabuttercup Fri 28-Nov-14 20:40:34

I put a bottle opener for beer in DP's every year it's become a running joke.
A continental bar from thorntons
A mini bottle of red
A tin of mints
Some body shop hemp hand cream
A curry spice mix
Cuff links
Mini christmas pud
All the above have gone down well

Need more ideas too so watching

freedom2011 Fri 28-Nov-14 20:44:08

-A love letter
- A filth letter grin
-Vouchers or passes for lie ins, favourite dinners, choosing what to watch on tv
- photo of you or kids or best dad artwork in a photo keyring
- home made biscuits - maybe you have a little tin or brown paper and string to wrap
-

purplemurple1 Fri 28-Nov-14 20:46:43

We have a satsuma and an Apple in the toe and a large cheap Santa in the top. Then toiletries, and some chocs, from the pound shop.

littlesupersparks Fri 28-Nov-14 20:48:32

Pound shop for toblerone, couple of tools. Socks and pants go in my husband's but they are pricey! Umm silly little wind up toys, fake snow, favourite biscuits, hot choc sachets if he likes that sort of thing...

littlesupersparks Fri 28-Nov-14 20:49:17

Lidl do big choc Santas for 99p or something.

freedom2011 Fri 28-Nov-14 20:50:49

Can or bottle of beer
Library membership - are libraries still free? We have a great library though
Cheap Sports socks
Deodorant
Shaving foam
Little homemade book of puzzles or crossword or jokes printed from internet

freedom2011 Fri 28-Nov-14 20:52:56

Man I'm cheap

DamselNotInHerDress Fri 28-Nov-14 21:05:23

I couldn't fill my dcs stockings for under £10!!
I don't do stockings for anyone other than my dc as I always thought of them as children's things, but the dc get dp things and wrap them.
Some of those things this year are:
Lego ice cube tray
Gloves (he has never to my knowledge worn gloves but they seemed pleased!)
Hotel chocolat penguins
Mini air hockey set
Scratch card
Giant ferrero rocher
Football socks

DH usually gets something along the lines of:
bottle of 'posh' beer (Duchy or somesuch)
jar of mustard
a pork pie
shower gel
something stupid like stick on moustaches or wind up grannies

RJnomore Fri 28-Nov-14 21:14:32

Pound shop toblerone
Can of lynx - £1.50 in Asda just now
Bottle of beer £2
CHOCOLAte coins -50p
Socks - primark £1.50
Orange in the toe
Miniature -£2.50 in Asda
Leaves £1 for something from Poundland if you don't count in the orange

spottymoo Fri 28-Nov-14 21:17:16

Me and dh don't normally do them but decided to this year budget was £10 and everything had to come from the £ shop grin

I got :-
Monopoly socks
After eight mints
Cd
Nivea shower gel
Nivea body spray
Mans puff with exfoliator on
Nivea moisturiser
Tub of jelly sweets
Pint glass with moustache on
Book

YesIDidMeanToBeSoRudeActually Fri 28-Nov-14 21:30:21

Ten scratch cards grin as long as he is DH not DP though!

YesIDidMeanToBeSoRudeActually Fri 28-Nov-14 21:31:16

Fuck, the grin was meant to be after the whole sentence. That comment looks awkward now! Sorry.

revealall Fri 28-Nov-14 21:31:44

I found coasters on Amazon with album covers from his favourite band on. They were less than £7 if I remember and he loves them.
School did a bottle opener with the childrens school photo on . That was an interesting present as you felt bad every time you opened a beer and also made you feel like you deserved a beer.
Whistling key ring is a £1 in Maplin if he's prone to losing stuff. Not sure it works that well but shows you care?

happygirl87 Fri 28-Nov-14 21:34:58

Mine's got a mini bottle of port £4 from Hotel Chocolat, 2 pairs of socks £6 from Next, sweets £1, Santa boxer shorts £6 Asda and a scratch card £1

VinoTime Fri 28-Nov-14 22:01:58

- An orange/tangerine - let's just count that as a freebie, you're bound to have them in the house in the lead up to Christmas wink

- Chocolate coins £1.00

- A chocolate orange £1.00

- Pack of playing cards 59p

- A box of dominoes 59p

- Some deodorant £1.00

- Some shower gel £1.00

- A quirky car air freshener £1.00

- A coke bottle with his name on it £1.00 (raid the supermarket shelves or if he has an usual name, you can order it from the coke website, in which case, budget a little extra)

- Nice bottle of beer £2.00

- Raid the Poundland shelves for a Replay DVD/CD (they do some fantastic ones) £1.00

- A homemade voucher for a full day of undisturbed 'MAN TIME!' Free

Total: £10.18 smile

Other ideas from the Poundland website:

Christmas hand warmers

Any other sweet treats such as Toblerone bars, Walnut Whip packs, boxes of Maltesers, etc

Shaving gel, razors and moisturising cream

DIY crap such as small tool kits, a tape measure...some WD-40 hmm

Earphones or a new phone case/protective screen cover

Oh, this is fun! Kind of wish I had set myself this challenge with dd's stocking now!

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