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LynetteScavo Tue 08-Dec-15 19:26:19

Despite good intentions to buy bits and pieces throughout the year, I find myself having to fill three stocking (just small bits and pieces from FC).

Has anyone done it all in one on-line shop? I have 2 DSs (16 & 12) and 10yo DD.

Please tell me it can all be done on line, or at least in a couple of shops. I don't want to spend £££, but neither do I was to buy cheap crap which will only be in the bin by new year.

Snazapoo Tue 08-Dec-15 19:29:57

I've just discovered Hema online shop.
Apparently they are the Danish equivalent to Ikea.
Loads of great little things and very good value.
I just got some keyring torches, a few little toys, some stationery and toiletries for my DDs.

VoldemortsBaubles Tue 08-Dec-15 19:50:40

My dss 16 and 13 have got usb sticks, socks, earphones, chocolate and smellies in their stockings. All which can be picked up online or even at the supermarket. Not useless plastic tat either.

cantgonofurther Tue 08-Dec-15 20:12:32

I have a teen dd. She has school pens, highlighters, revision sticky noted, novelty erasers, notebooks and nice toiletries from Tesco as well as the usual sweets.
I got some good bits from, like some branded make up. You can actually pick up a few good bits if your lucky.

LynetteScavo Tue 08-Dec-15 20:17:56

Oooh, thank you for the Hem suggestion....never heard of them before!

Hadn't thought of usb DC seem to need one per homework project. hmm Great idea!

gastropod Tue 08-Dec-15 20:27:46

Hema's Dutch, and they are well established here in Belgium too. They are brill. Decent quality, usually. Lovely sweeties, biscuits (speculoos) and things too.
[ Tiger] is the Danish one. Also brill.

gastropod Tue 08-Dec-15 20:28:34

And here's the link done properly.

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