10 Holiday Stocking Stuffer Ideas from Dollar Tree

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Holiday Stocking Stuffer Ideas from Dollar TreeOne thing I absolutely love seeing my family open every year are their stockings. While Santa usually brings a few traditional items that are always included as stocking stuffers, he also throws in some fun goodies that the kids can play with and enjoy the morning of Christmas.

In an effort to reduce the amount Santa spends this year, we’ve decided to ask Santa for one big item each and then let him decide on a few smaller items for the stockings. So we headed out to one of my kids’ favorite stores, Dollar Tree, and checked out what they had in store for us this year.

And what do you know? We found plenty of awesome ideas for Santa! From board books, to dolls, do bugs and snakes, there was plenty at the Dollar Tree to keep my kids occupied. They even had stockings to purchase in case we didn’t have ours already. What a great idea for wrapping a gift!

Oh, and did I mention that for one of my family’s get togethers we’re planning on grabbing 5 things we love from Dollar Tree and wrapping those in lieu of our Secret Santa gift exchange? We’ll do it White Elephant style and everyone goes home with 5 new things! I can’t wait to go shopping and see what I find.

10 Holiday Stocking Stuffer Ideas for $1 at Dollar Tree

Holiday Stocking Stuffer Ideas for girlsFor Girls

1. Cozy socks to keep your feet warm

2. Adorable stuffed animals including teddy beras, monkeys, and cows

3. Baby doll accessories, barbie-like figures and dress up clothes

holiday stocking stuffer ideas for boysFor Boys

4. Squishy bugs, fabulous zombies, and slimy concoctions that every boy (young and old) would love

5. Army men, knight’s swords and shields, and guns for role playing

6. Wild animals and dinosaur figurines

holiday stocking stuffer ideas for everyoneFor Everyone

7. Holiday puzzles and games to play on Christmas morning

8. Board books featuring current popular characters including Disney’s Planes and Disney’s Princesses

9. Holiday themed candy with chocolate, suckers, and candy canes

10. Fantastic glasswear, dinnerwear, bath and body products and more!

Who’s stocking stuffers will you be shopping for?

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  1. My kids love reading, so board books is a great idea for them!

  2. Dollar Tree is the perfect place for stocking stuffers, I stopped doing stockings last year – my kids get way too much as it is.

  3. I always go to the Dollar Tree for coloring books. They are my go to stocking stuffer!

  4. I would shop for the entire family! I use to work next to a Dollar Tree, I kind of miss it. I don’t think I’ve ben into a Dollar Tree in years, I should think about visiting the DT in my town, soon.

  5. Well it’s a no brainer that we go to Dollar Tree for stocking stuffers every year. That’s a great way to save money and to make some Xmas fun!

  6. love those fuzzy socks!! one of my favorites

  7. I love the Dollar Tree for stocking stuffers!

  8. I definitely look to Dollar Tree for some essential stocking stuffers! Thanks for sharing some great ideas

  9. Thanks for sharing! I love all the ideas. I need to get to buying. 🙂

  10. I get my kids’ stocking stuffers from the Dollar Tree each year! They have so many great options for kids of all ages!

  11. WE love shopping at the Dollar Tree. The inventory is always changing and the kids always find fun things!

  12. I always forget about the Dollar Tree! It is so fun to shop and they have such a variety! I need to put that on my list to shop at for this holiday season! Thanks for the reminder! 🙂

  13. Great ideas. As a single mom of 4, Dollar Tree is a lifesaver for things like stocking stuffers, crafts supplies, and other odds and ends throughout the year. We also get all of our wrapping paper and party supplies there.

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