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stocking recommendations please?

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pinklemonade84 Sun 16-Oct-16 21:07:25

Ok, so this is going to be our first Christmas with dd. And I want to buy her a nice stocking to last her. I know she won't remember any of it, but it took us a long time to conceive her and I kind of feel like it's a bit of a celebration and fuss of how far we've come.

I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations as to where to look please as I'm getting totally overwhelmed?

I'm a bit of a weirdo and don't like the feeling of felt, so definitely have to draw the line at that grin

Thanks in advance xx

FiddleFigs Mon 17-Oct-16 00:07:21

Have you looked at Etsy or Folksy? I've seen some nice handmade ones, not all felt.

TheUnseenAcademic Mon 17-Oct-16 08:19:04

I bought these from ChunkiChilli (online store). They're not personalised but they're gorgeous and stretch really well to fit odd shaped presents in.

Ceaser1981 Mon 17-Oct-16 10:59:37

I had my hands on these and they are as soft as a teddy bear,

They also have a lovely 1st christmas kit

pinklemonade84 Mon 17-Oct-16 23:20:16

Ceaser1981 we've got the large sack personalised for her for her bulky presents and I absolutely love it smile But I want a stocking too for her little bits and pieces and I'm so tempted by the Minnie Mouse stocking too grin

lychee12 Tue 18-Oct-16 09:44:34

We all have these

They are lovely quality and have lasted really well. My sister and I have had ours for at least 15 years and they still look like new.

Lovewatchingrainfall Tue 18-Oct-16 09:47:41

Could you maybe have one made for her out of her old clothes? So it's 100% personal to her.
Other then that the ones in the Disney store are so cute

pinklemonade84 Tue 18-Oct-16 20:09:05

Lovewatchingrainfall that's something we're thinking of doing for her maybe in a few years when we have a decent stock of Christmassy clothes to choose from. I love that idea - thank you

KC225 Tue 18-Oct-16 22:25:27

We bought the twins beautiful ones from jojomamanbebe they were a great size, wash well, and we are still using them 9 years later

HarvestMoon9 Tue 18-Oct-16 22:27:43

We've got Sophie Allport one for our three, there's always a range of designs each year it seems (previous years have been woodland and stag themes) and I think they'll really last the children well as they're pretty timeless.

This year I'm planning to embroider their names on the top

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