Stocking Stuffers don’t have to be expensive – and Dollar Tree Stocking Stuffers are amongst our favorites. Here are some of our favorites!
Inexpensive Stocking Stuffers
It is getting to be Christmas time which means your local Dollar Tree most likely has all their Christmas stuff out. I know mine does.
Now is the perfect time start stocking up on stocking stuffers.
They have so many good things- and not just to fill your kiddos stockings with. There is something for everyone- babies, kids, husbands, wives, and even pets!
While I love all their holiday-themed items I have to recommend you also look at what they have all year long, too.
You can easily find products that are useful and that you know your family members need or love.
Not looking for just stocking stuffers – be sure to check out our popular post about EVERYTHING Christmas at the Dollar Tree – The Best Christmas Products to Buy at The Dollar Tree
Table of contents
- Inexpensive Stocking Stuffers
- Dollar Tree Christmas Stockings
- Christmas Items
- Practical Stocking Stuffers
- Stocking Stuffers for Children
- Baby Stocking Stuffers
- Don’t forget your Pets!
Dollar Tree Christmas Stockings
First of all, the Dollar Tree has TONS of Christmas stockings – traditional, character-themed, for your pet…when we went there the other day, there was a HUGE variety. Even if some of them are a little plain for you, you could easily decorate them to make them a little more interesting.
Be sure to check out their online stocking selection as well.
I was pleasantly surprised by the great selection of Christmas candy they have! There is anything you’d ever want and plenty to go around and to stuff in those stockings!
There are so many fun games to be found at the Dollar Tree that are great for stocking stuffers. I recently found some fun card games that I am adding to my kids’ stockings.
Fuzzy Socks (as well as crew socks!)
Puzzles (here are some online options, but in store is best)
The necklaces pictured below are seriously the best! They only seem to be available in store.
Here are more Christmas stocking stuffer ideas available on their website
Practical Stocking Stuffers
I personally love to fill a stocking with trinkets and toys- but I also love the practical items, too.
You never know what you might find in store – last year we found a virtual reality headset!
My store carries name brands!
Stocking Stuffers for Children
make sure you buy the Crayola brand. Dollar Tree brand stinks!
Baby Stocking Stuffers
Be sure to stock up on shampoo, mittens, hats, lotion, nail clippers, pacifiers and more.
If you have a baby they aren’t going to care that their stocking is filled with practical items they need.
Now is the time to stock up on items you know they need!
Don’t forget your Pets!
I know lots of animal lovers who have stockings for their pets and there is an entire aisle devoted to your pet’s needs – they have tons of options online!
- Food Bowls
- Chew Toys
- Grooming Mits
- Rope Balls
- Treat Jars
- Dog Toys
- Poop Bag Dispensers
- Pet bandand
And there you have it! Be aware that not all Dollar Trees have the same items, and the closer it gets to Christmas, the faster things will run out. But the Dollar Tree is truly the best place to buy stocking stuffers for ALL ages. Don’t forget to check their online selection as well.
Be sure to chime in below with any fun finds you’ve found!
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Cindy Maudsley lives in Utah with her husband and five children. Aside from writing, her passions include her family, faith, and spreading infertility awareness. She also loves a good book or podcast, true crime documentaries , Netflix binge, diet Coke and Target run
Candy and board games are always great stocking stuffers.
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