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What were the best stocking fillers in your house this year?

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lucysmam Mon 29-Dec-14 14:48:57

Here, it was the 12p pocket packs of tissues from Home Bargains and their own nail polishes (Frozen ones from Poundland).

They had socks/knicks/choc/sports bottle and a mini lego set as well.

Fridayschild Mon 29-Dec-14 14:51:57

the enormous tubes of Jaffa cakes. £1 each from Tesco.

TheFutureMrsB Mon 29-Dec-14 14:56:35

A jar of Nutella!

LineRunner Mon 29-Dec-14 14:57:41

£3 earphones from Asda.

For teenagers.

Petallic Mon 29-Dec-14 14:58:09

Colour changing pens
Chocolate
Stickers

Edenviolet Mon 29-Dec-14 15:00:13

Ds2 (2) loved his apple, satsuma and chocolate coins although got a little confused. He put the wrapped gifts aside, took a huge bite out of the apple, then the satsuma (complete with skin!), pulled a face then bit into a chocolate coin (with the wrapper on!).
He was much happier once the satsuma was peeled and coins unwrapped and sat there and ate them then opened the actual presents!

Lilicat1013 Mon 29-Dec-14 15:00:43

A dustbin lorry I got for my youngest, he was so excited he said car! That is a big moment, he has severe speech and language delay and doesn't generally talk.

My older son loved his Toot Toot Monkey but was generally delighted with everything in his stocking.

MrsCakesPrecognition Mon 29-Dec-14 15:02:12

Flicky paper lasers, cost 55p each. I loved them as a child and am very happy my DCs also think they are fab.
The head torch for 99p has also kept DS happy for hours.

mrscumberbatch Mon 29-Dec-14 15:03:57

Magic tree (stick in water and grows crystals.) £2
The robot shark/ fish things that swim £3

Gutted that I forked out for everything else wink

SpottyTeacakes Mon 29-Dec-14 15:05:37

Finger lights!

lucysmam Mon 29-Dec-14 15:12:36

MrsCakes, what are flicky paper lasers?

We had finger lights last year, most are still going strong! Dd1 uses them as torches for reading in bed after dd2 has gone to sleep grin

SpottyTeacakes Mon 29-Dec-14 15:15:22

They'll come in very handy when the power goes out (inevitable).

MrsCakesPrecognition Mon 29-Dec-14 15:19:32

lucysmam, they are a streamer of paper wound onto a stick. Hold the stick, flick your wrist and the streamer shoots out for a metre or two.
Demo on this youtube clip.
m.youtube.com/watch?v=M_kUDqF3vTg

legoqueen Mon 29-Dec-14 20:27:22

The ever-popular finger lights, a Sound Machine, & Haribos minions...

Katieweasel Mon 29-Dec-14 21:26:30

Selfie Sticks!

Wickeswench Mon 29-Dec-14 21:29:39

Pez sweet dispensers from Poundland
Frozen tissues
Pin board toy
Elsa gloves

lucysmam Mon 29-Dec-14 21:29:46

Thanks for the link MrsCakes, I think dd2 might cause someone an injury with them atm but will have a look see if they are on amazon to add to a wishlist so I don't forget about them.

ZeViteVitchofCwismas Mon 29-Dec-14 21:50:59

Digi birds, one each - 2 for 15 quid in tesco.....they sing together and were quirky, cute and funny...we have not had anything like this before.

wigglesrock Mon 29-Dec-14 21:51:32

Stick on Frozen earrings (Poundland)
Ear muffs (Primark)
Mini toddler Princess dolls (bought in Sainsburys half price toy sale)

ZeViteVitchofCwismas Mon 29-Dec-14 21:52:12

Did your DD's love their her dress?
Mine clutched hers to her and said " Oh mummy this is a moment I will remember for ever" grin I had to point out huge bag to her she had not even noticed it!

clary Mon 29-Dec-14 21:54:43

Packet of Pringles in noxious Paprika flavour for 11yo DS2 (he likes them, obv) - all to himself! He was delighted smile

DD (13 hmm) adores a pair of handmade Frozen hair bobbles I picked up at a local craft fair. She also loved the unicorn rubber from Paperchase 9think that was a MN recommendation)

sweetkitty Mon 29-Dec-14 21:58:54

DS who's 4 loves his very own torch

DD3 Applejack

DD2 a bearded dragon keyring that was hard to find

DD1 sparkly nail polish

ClaimedByMe Mon 29-Dec-14 22:03:57

ds - match attax card cos he needed more of them NOT
d - tube of pringles

3bunnies Mon 29-Dec-14 22:05:10

LED microscope here, mugs were popular too and a toothless soft toy. Blu tack and a record a message magnet.

Quangle Mon 29-Dec-14 22:05:40

personalised nutella jars!

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