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Small sized stocking fillers for girls

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Dancergirl Tue 20-Dec-16 09:51:57

I need some very small stocking fillers for girls aged 15, 13 and 9. I have already bought some chocolate bits and their stockings are small so need some ideas please!

BitOutOfPractice Tue 20-Dec-16 09:53:35

Nail varnish, knickers, pen, miniatures of fave toiletries, USB stick, earrings, honestly there's loads!

BitOutOfPractice Tue 20-Dec-16 09:55:19

Key ring, lipstick, nail files, badges, rings, socks, hair accessories. Loads of stuff

PJBanana Tue 20-Dec-16 09:55:27

Bath bombs, mini shower gels, makeup bits, small earphones, gift cards, fun-size cans of pop, candy canes, craft bits (if they're into that)... fsmile

Hulababy Tue 20-Dec-16 09:56:56

Primark - character (Disney, Harry Potter, etc) socks and t shirts
Claire's or Superdrug - bits of make up, make up brushes, toiletries
Claire's - earrings, jewellery
PaperChase, Smiggle, Tinc - stationery, pens, erasers, etc.
Amazon or iTunes voucher
Lush - bath bombs, etc

Hulababy Tue 20-Dec-16 09:57:31

Those pom pom key rings they all seem to like at the moment too.
favourite snacks - small bottle of Nutella, etc.

altik Tue 20-Dec-16 10:08:18

Eos lip balms. They're £7 each in Topshop, but all the rage. A bit of a con if you ask me, but I'm told EVERYONE has them!

Yes to the Pom Poms that goes on their bags. Another fashion must have ATM.

Makeup for the older children. My DD loves her mascara and eyeliner.

Smiggle stationery (esp scented, erasable or colour changing pencils / crayons etc).

Impulse for your younger girls. My DD loves those.

JoJo hair bows (although a blinking con for what they are !)

Nail polish accessories for doing nails nice etc..,

altik Tue 20-Dec-16 10:09:05

Forgot to say my two DDs are 13 and 10

Dancergirl Tue 20-Dec-16 10:12:59

Tell me about Jojo bows altik hmm Dd3 is really into them, she saved up to buy a couple from Claire's, £8 each for the smaller ones! shock

Too big for their stockings anyway and too expensive for a stocking filler. Will go for some of the other suggestions, many thanks all.

Cagliostro Tue 20-Dec-16 10:15:03

DD is 9 and has an emoji lolly, top trumps, socks, a pack of fact cards, a small set of story cubes and a tiny wooden jigsaw

altik Tue 20-Dec-16 10:18:36

Yes they are expensive, but Claire's had a deal of buy 3 get 3 free the other day... so I bought some stuff for my DDs and some stuff to put away for birthday parties (all 10 year olds seem to want Claire's stuff these days), so by doing that you reduce the cost to £4 - £5 if you buy similar priced stuff.

But yes, the price is ridiculous for what they are.

altik Tue 20-Dec-16 10:20:44

Just seen, current deal is 3 for 2 - so that works out at £5.33 each if you buy 3!

insan1tyscartching Tue 20-Dec-16 13:05:54

EOS lip balms are £4.33 in Boots just now if like me you need a few for stockings.

belleandsnowwhite Tue 20-Dec-16 14:24:05

My dd is 14 - lots of little bits in primark, bits of make up from boots or super drug. Headphonesl, Harry Potter playing cards, little note books, highlighter pens, socks, USB stick, dry shampoo, nail varnish, body spray.

nocampinghere Tue 20-Dec-16 15:06:46

smiggle for the 9 year old, scented pencils, novelty highlighters etc...

Dancergirl Tue 20-Dec-16 15:08:26

Thanks for all the suggestions. Although things like headphones and nail varnish are some of their presents!

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