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2018 Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

by Erin Austen Abbott

As a child, my grandparents always filled¬†my stocking with some of the most special gifts. It was usually stuffed with new doll house furniture or new art supplies. As I got older, I looked forward to a new item for my home or a family heirloom that was finally being passed on. Now, with a child of my own, I tend to make his stockings just as special as what’s under the tree, since it’s all about carrying on the tradition for us.

Our stocking stuffer gift guide has a little something for everyone on your list, from sweet toys for a child, to a gift that will light up a room, to a book for adventurers and treats for foodies. Happy holidays! —Erin

Image above, from left to right: Bunny Puppet, Spark Adventure, A Year Off, One Line A Day, Toy Wagon Truck, Rubber Boat

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers
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Woman-owned Copper Cow Coffee is a gift in sustainability.

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers
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These Memphis-made, small batch caramels from Shotwell are the perfect foodie gift.

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These fun notepads allow children to be creative and think outside the (coloring book) box.

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers
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For music and cat lovers alike, the cat xylophone is a sure to be a hit.

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This delicious Mint Julep tea is perfect for tea time.

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From Florida-based design house, Yield, this candle is clean-burning and comes in a reusable vessel.

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Made from an all-natural recipe of charcoal, salt, and essential oils, these therapeutic incense sticks will take the wellness game to the next level.

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A design driven keyring for the man or woman on your list.

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