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Stocking-stuffer ideas for her, for him and for kids

12/17/2013 9:51 AM

12/17/2013 10:36 AM

With Christmas just a week away, the deadline to finish gift shopping is fast approaching. To help you overcome those last-minute shopping woes, we put together a list of our favorite stocking stuffers for men, women and kids. You’re bound to find something here for everyone on your list.

FOR HER

The perfect pout

Help your lucky lady keep her lips moisturized this winter (and beyond) with the help of the Kiehl’s Giftables set that includes four versions of the brand’s legendary lip balm. $30, Neiman Marcus.

A helping hand

Texting with gloves can be a hassle, but not when she’s wearing these functional and fashionable texting gloves. Kohl’s Cares Simply Vera Vera Wang Texting Knit Gloves, $5, Kohl’s.

Keeping cozy

Handmade in Nepal from 100 percent wool, this floral knit headband is a stylish way for your loved one to keep the cold off her ears when winter winds blow. $24, Ten Thousand Villages.

Pull it together

Available in a variety of fun patterns and colors, Goody’s Ouchless Ribbon Elastics take the average ponytail up a notch without damaging hair. $4, Target.

Sparkle and shine

Part of the Glitz & Glittered Holiday 2013 collection, Sinful Colors’ polish will have her nails looking like a million bucks. Sinful Colors polish in Decadent, $1.99, Walgreens.

A sweet scent

Filled with three of LUSH Cosmetics’ most popular products (Snow Fairy Shower Gel, Angel’s Delight soap and Shimmy Shimmy Sparkle Bar), the Snow Fairy Cone will keep your special someone smelling and looking great. $22.95, LUSH Cosmetics.

FOR HIM

Grilling garnish

For the man who loves spending game day (or any day for that matter) behind the grill, Wembley’s Tailgate Sauce Gun makes loading up on your favorite condiments a fun experience. $24, Kohl’s.

So fresh and so clean

Not your average soap on a rope, the Kiehl’s Ultimate Man Body Scrub will leave the men in your life feeling refreshed after a hard day of work. $15, Dillard’s.

Poppin’ bottles

Made from recycled bike chains by artisans in India, this unique bottle opener is sure to make your giftee’s life a lot easier. $10, Ten Thousand Villages.

Best face forward

Movember may have come and gone, but The Moustache Grower’s Guide, a super hilarious (and illustrated) book, helps your favorite dude start preparing for next year. $9.95, Target.

Team spirit

The perfect resting spot for a cold beverage on game day, these sporty coasters come in a variety teams, like the TCU Horned Frogs and the Dallas Cowboys. $3.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.

A touch of spice

Filled with a trio of spicy scented treats (Bombardino Bath Bomb, Cinders Bath Bomb and Golden Wonder Bath Bomb), LUSH Cosmetics’ Mr. Frosty is an aromatic treat that keeps on giving. $23.95, LUSH Cosmetics.

FOR KIDS

Monkeying around

A sweet treat for your own little monkey, Squire Boone Village’s Sock Monkey Hitcher is like two stocking stuffers in one. $5.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.

Better than a rubber duck

Fill bath time with smiles with a little help from LUSH Cosmetics’ Fun Christmas Set. Doubling as both a soap and a bubble bath, the moldable product also makes for a great tub toy. $8.95, LUSH Cosmetics.

All tied up

Help your active youngsters spruce up their kicks by giving them Spritz shoe laces in multicolored metallic tones. $2, Target.

All thumbs

Kids will have fun making sweet music on their very own African Rhythm Thumb Piano, made from repurposed materials in the country of Burkina Faso. $14, Ten Thousand Villages.

Everyone knows it

Share a piece of toy nostalgia with your favorite little one this holiday by stuffing a stocking with this collector’s-edition version of the classic Slinky. $7.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.

Game time

Featuring all your favorite characters from Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants, this child-friendly version of dominoes is a fun way for kids to pass time with family and friends. $9.99, Kohl’s.

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