Stocking stuffers have long been the afterthoughts of gifts, simple “let’s leave that aside” or “shit, I forgot that” gifts like oven mitts, loose chocolate candies, and anything that smells bacon. (Don’t get us started on wh*skey st*nes.) Most of them are just begging to be tossed in a junk drawer or the donation pile, never to see the light again. of the day. It’s a fate they probably deserve.
But let’s be clear on something: you don’t have to buy things that are bad, boring, or cheaply made just because they’re small. Buying a stocking stuffer is a snap as long as you know who you’re shopping for and where to look.
You already have enough on your plate this holiday season, so we’ve done the research for you. Below, we’ve rounded up a long list of tiny-but-awesome gifts at a range of prices that can suit everyone on your list.