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Stocking Stuffers for Christmas Morning

Welcome to Day 10! Christmas morning is a time of anticipation and excitement. Here are some stocking stuffers for Christmas morning that will delight children of all ages!

Stocking Stuffers for Christmas Morning

Christmas morning is my favorite day of the year. I love watching the kids open their stockings. Although the boys are now grown they still love this tradition on Christmas morning too!

Christmas Morning Stockings

It’s Day Ten of Twelve Days to Get Ready for Christmas! My very amazing and talented friend KariAnne Wood at Thistlewood Farms and I are sharing tips for twelve days to help get you ready for Christmas. We have so many fun ideas to share!

Today we are sharing Day 10 – Stocking Stuffers for Christmas Morning

If you don’t know my friend KariAnne then you really need to follow her. KariAnne is kind, funny, smart, creative and one of the best writers I know. She also motivates me every day! Be sure to head on over to Karianne’s blog to read about 20 Unique Stocking Stuffers for Under $5.

I made needlepoint Christmas stockings years and years ago when my boys were small. I never thought about the fact that the stockings were huge and took at least a year to make each one!

Stockings for Christmas Morning

Yes, they took a year. But that’s probably because I was pregnant with Michael (our youngest) when I started making them. Andrew and Matt were two and one years old so I had my hands full.

I loved having a basket with my needlepoint sitting by the couch so I could pick it up at any time and add more stitches. I just never imagined how long needlepoint Christmas stockings would take to make.

At the time, the stockings seemed so big compared to my small boys. Back when they were small, I needed lots of small gifts to fill those big stockings. Today, it seems, the gifts have gotten bigger as have the boys.

mantel decorated for the holidays

Today I am sharing stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers, big kids, tweens, and teens. You are sure to find something for all of the kiddos in your life whether you stuff a stocking or wrap a gift.

I am curious about the different ways stockings fit into your Christmas holiday. Do you celebrate with stockings? Does everyone have a stocking in your family, even your furry family members? Do you wrap your stocking gifts? Do you open them on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning?

I would love to know!

As you can see, I also love to use stockings in my Christmas decor.

In addition to ideas for gifts that go into stockings, I am also sharing some of my favorite stockings. I’ve got you covered whether you are using stockings for decor or for filling!

Christmas Stockings for Everyone

In case you are looking for some Christmas stockings for your family or for decor, here are some of my favorites.

Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers

Stocking Stuffers for Big Kids

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Stocking Stuffers for Tweens and Teens

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20 Unique Stocking Stuffers for Under $5

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Stocking Stuffers for Christmas Morning

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9 Responses

  1. Leslie, you know what they say: the only difference between men and boys is the price of the toys! In your case could, either size…. This has been a wonderful idea y’all had on the 12 days of Christmas. I have enjoyed the post from you both.

  2. LESLIE, YOUR NEEDLEPOINT STOCKINGS ARE LOVELY. WHAT A WORK OF LOVE THEY WERE. AND DETERMINATION TOO. YOUR STITCHING IS BEAUTIFUL TOO. HAVING BEEN STUCK IN THE HOUSE FOR A YEAR, SO AFRAID OF THE COVID VIRUS, WITH NEARLY 200 BOOKS HERE AS I LOVE READING, AND MORE NEEDLEPOINT CANVASES OF FLOWERS SND BIRDS, ETC, INABLE TO READ OR NEEDLEPOINT, BECAUSE OF CATARACTS. I HAVE RECENTLE HAD SURGERY IN BOTH EYES, ONE AT A TIME OF COURSE, STILL USING DROPS IN EACH EYE BUT ON DIFFERENT SCHEDULE, HAVE BEEN ABLE TO START AND READ SEVERAL CHAPTERS OF NEVER COME BACK BY DAVID BELL, PRETTY GOOD, AND HAVE DONE SOME STITCHING. A MIRACLE FOR ME. YOU ARE INCREDIBLY TALENTED AND A GREAT MOM AND HOMEMAKER. MAY YOUR HOLIDAYS BE WONDERFUL. MARIANNE

  3. I am a needlepointer and am impressed that you made all three of those in one year. I know the time that goes into making those! Beautiful!!

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