16 November 2016

Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop



Welcom to our stop of the Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop hosted by The Mommy Island and The Kids Did It. After you check out the giveaway here check out the other blogs below for other great stocking stuffers giveaways!


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  1. Hmm. Hmmm...
    Well, I'm a huge fan of brainstorming-- and I tend to type quickly + leave overly-long comments. So, I'll just rattle off a few ideas WITHOUT writing something akin to a blog post. :p
    (Each item could be wrapped in colorful tissue paper, and tied/decorated with curling ribbon. I like to get fancy.)
    Votive candle(s). Pack of stickers ($1-3 ea.). Gift card(s) for places like Starbucks or Subway (? no idea here), in $5-ish dollar amounts. Chapsticks. (Sorry, "lip balms." :) ) Roll of glittery washi tape (craft stores have cheap stuff; use a coupon, too). Go to Target's Dollar Spot, and go nuts. "Re-gift" something of your own, that you've just never used (e.g., small picture frame). Bake something. Visit Pinterest-- careful; you might find yourself in a vortex of infinite scrolling and clicking, and accidentally miss Christmas altogether.
    Good luck! ...You'll be totally fine. YOU'VE GOT THIS! :)
    --Ann

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    1. Oh my god; duh. A used book! :)
      --Ann

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    2. hehe! Thanks for the thought into that! You gave me lots of ideas. I love the washi tape!!

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  2. LOL, I put that in my girls stocking yearly too. I am going to put in books this year since they are reading a lot and things like socks, bras, etc.

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    1. Books are always good. Bras are a great idea. Mine will wear hers over and over and over and over without changing them out.

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  3. Books!! :) When I was teenager I used (and still do) to love getting stationery supplies. Maybe she loves drawing so get her a coloring book with color pencils.

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    1. OOOHHH! Another good idea. She loves to doodle! THanks

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  4. I was going to suggest a beautiful journal book. Encourage her to write in it at least 5 minutes before bed.She will enjoy it years down the road. You could even do it together and discuss her day with her. I raised 3 girls, and they still journal. They have them on their book shelves in order by years.

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    1. That is an amazing idea. Never would have thought to do it together!!

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  5. You can't ever go wrong with gift cards or DVDs!

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  6. Depending on her phone new phone covers and flat irons and hairs clips!

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  7. Fake henna tattoos :) pens, notebooks

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    1. Haha! My daughter's job is a henna tattoo artist! She would love more of the stuff. I never even thought of that!

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  8. I went through Barnes and Noble's gift section under $10. The Time turner and Slytherin's horcrux necklace are what I got my daughter. They have a lot of verity and fun gift ideas.

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    1. THat is a lot of fun!! Great idea thanks!!! You can never go wrong with Harry Potter and thanks for the gift section idea!

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  9. Colorful headphones, pens and pencils for school and of course Christmas candy.

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  10. How about a cool phone case for her cell phone?

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    1. What great ideas everyone has. Now I am gonna be broke! hehe

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  11. Giftcards, candy, books, it all depends on what she likes. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  12. I think cute stationery or a gift card to her favorite store.

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  13. Gel pens, gift cards to starbucks, amazon, ulta etc

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    1. Ulta is a place I could go broke in!! Thanks, I don't think I would have thought about that!

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  14. I am getting my teenage niece a color changing (battery operated) candle. Maybe that could work?

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    1. THat is a great idea. THen she couldn't burn down the house with a real one ! LOL

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  15. My daughter is 21 (almost 22), but she always loved little dolls. I got her some of those Disney Tsum Tsums. They are pretty cute

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    1. I gotta look that up! I don't know what they are? Thanks, a very good idea!!

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  16. OMG--I'm going to be reading these comments for ideas for a 14 YO girl! Right now I'm thinking of giving her a movie theater gift card...maybe iTunes, too.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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    1. hahaha! Me too! Movie cards are a great idea! I think I am already broke with all these great ideas!

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    1. Socks are good because she is always stealing mine! THanks!!

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  18. My girls love gift cards , even just 5.00 to spend in a bookstore or a make up store makes them happy !

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    1. Good idea a visa gift card!! Thanks!

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  19. My suggestions would be candles, socks and gift cards.

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  20. Candy, mittens, hair accessories

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    1. THe problem with candy is that I want to eat it! LOL

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  21. Our teen girls loved gum, fancy markers/pens, socks, keychains, cute nightlights, and movie tickets.

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    1. Never thought about night lights! THanks!

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  22. Gift Cards for clothing stores are great.

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    1. Very true! I hate shopping with her or is it that she hates shopping with me!? hehe

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  23. Books, a good journal or a gift card for books! ;)

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  24. My teen loves candy! Also I think cheap gift cards a good idea. $5 to McDonalds or something.

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    1. YEAH! THat's a great gift card idea!! I'm definitely gonna do that!!

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  25. Maybe some stationary, a book, a candle, cozy socks? Those are all things I would personally love too haha

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  26. Music and favorite band swag is what I put in my teen girls stocking

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    1. OOOHHH, I love it! NEver would have thought about that! THanks!!

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  27. Music...I think all teens love adding to their play list. :-)

    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. Their playlists are endless!! HEHE!!

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  28. I think you can never go wrong with an iTunes gift card. Also a scarf, jewelry, LED candle, hair accessories, glitter gel pens, diary, fun print socks, or even a solar charger. :-)

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    1. Solar Charger is another unique idea!! Thanks!!

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  29. Maybe one of those candles that has jewellery hidden it it.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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    1. I haven't seen that! I'm gonna google it!

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  30. I like to find unusual items. Tide pens, unique flash drives, gc to Subway, those face masks that come in individual packs, etc. Can you tell I have a college girl? One year was a chopstick set for my oldest.

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    1. haha! WOw, I love the unique flash drive! and face masks!

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  31. Earbuds or charging wires, cute socks or cute little notebooks and pens.

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    1. little notebooks are cute! Mine loves to doodle!

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  32. Socks because I love them, earphones if she needs them - there are some really cute ones out now, gift cards, candy, candles if she likes them.

    -Lauren

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    I need help. Got any ideas for a teenage girl stocking stuffer besides nail polish and makeup?


    jewelry maybe???

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  34. Hairties, definitely bras, a cute shirt (like fun graphics, words), books (obviously!), tea/cocoa, cute mug for the tea/cocoa

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  35. Giftcards are safe options but jewellery, candy (who doesn't love candy) and stationery goodies might be cool.

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  36. Lip Gloss, hair accessories, lottery tickets, CD's , earrings, favorite magazine or book, oranges and candy canes.

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  37. barnes and noble gift card? or starbucks?

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  38. itunes gift card, earbuds,socks,gloves

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  39. I would say gift cards for places she likes to shop at!!!

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  40. I bet she would like some bluetooth headphones or bluetooth speakers!

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    1. I want bluetooth speakers! Forget the teenager

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  41. How about books, a new change purse (with money inside), or a mother/daughter birthstone necklace.

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  42. BOOKS! Everyone needs to read more and more.

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  43. I would buy the micro SD cards for my daughter's phone and fill it with music for her. I would put some of her favorites and some new stuff for her to try. And audiobooks are always a hit with my daughter. Otherwise, books, gift cards to her favorite stores at the mall, or to Starbucks or food court vendors at the mall.

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  44. Gift cards to itunes or other places she likes, books, subscription to favorite magazine, holiday earrings, Hair ties if she has long hair..I'm always losing mine!

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  45. I always give my daughter duct tape. Ear buds and charger cords are going in there too.

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  46. Sorry, I have no clue. My daughters were easy. All they ever wanted were books, and my granddaughter is only six. There are a lot of good ideas from everyone, though. Good luck.

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  47. My teen daughter liked bath products, jewelry and gift cards.

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  48. Sparkly gel pens because who doesn't love those? Silly socks,small gift cards for whatever she is into,gum,perfume,lotion,jewelry,slippers.So many possibilities! Courtney Hennagir on rafflecopter.

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  49. blue tooth speakers or selfie stick are a great idea

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  50. My daughter likes the adult coloring books so gel pens or colored pencils might be good. Also itunes or maybe food gift cards. I also usually throw in fun socks, gloves, dvds or cds, some fruit and a little candy.

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  51. Slipper socks, adult coloring books, gift cards, a personalized journal, a pair of earrings, a bluetooth radio, or maybe a necklace.

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  52. Gift cards for Sephora and Amazon or Half Price Books.

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  53. If it were me, I would want some sewing or craft related stuff. It's never to early to unlock your creativity!
    Maybe you could try some storage options like some cheap (nice) boxes to keep stuff in.

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    1. Why do that when she uses her clothes as a carpet?? hehe!

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  54. Jewelry is the only thing that comes to my mind.

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  55. What about one of those pom pom keychains that are the rage right now?

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  56. Cute coin purse and add a gift card in it

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  57. You could put socks, a wallet or maybe some gift cards in there.

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  58. Hair accessories, gift cards, selfie stick

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  59. socks, candy, hair clips, hair bands, ear rings, bangles. That's all I got for now.

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  60. How about a good book series or journal

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  61. I was going to suggest a GC for a book store. That way they could pick out something that interests them but still have it be a book. Someone else suggested a journal and I LOVE that idea.

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  62. When I was a teen, my mom bought me a gift card to a local spa...I loved that gift so much, it was cool to go to a spa for the first time.

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  63. Tickets to the movies? A concert? Gift card for a pair of jeans that she's coveting? I'm taking notes ;)

    Thanks for giving.

    Besos Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  64. Hair accessories are always nice!

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  65. I think movie tickets would be a nice idea.

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  66. Jewelry, key ring, scented lotion. :)

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  67. Jamberry Nails with so many decorative designs.. no I'm not a consultant lol :)

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  68. I always give books and socks.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  69. socks, lip gloss, candy, nail file, nail polish, gum, mints, earbuds, hair clips, brush, makeup brush, body spray, lotion

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  70. stephanie scales campbellNovember 22, 2016 at 8:07 PM

    Cute pens, pencils, notepads, lip balm, gift cards, earbuds, cellphone case

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  71. Ah... I'm pretty sure I'm the wrong girl to ask that question '^^
    Sorry.
    I'm all about books, books and... well, books (:
    Good luck, though!

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  72. Ear buds? Cell phone case?

    Jennifer Rote

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  73. Well...gift cards are always nice! Like iTunes or Google for phones. Also, lip glosses are always nice too. God bless and Happy Holidays to everyone!

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  74. You can always put in some books or earrings, maybe a gift card to fandango or Target.

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  75. Maybe a straight talk phone card or cold hard cash. Chocolates. Planners. Maybe a poster of her favorite band?

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  76. Itunes, Google play, Apple gift card?!

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  77. What about one of those smaller coloring books and a pack of colored pencils.

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  78. I would say that a good idea for a girl stocking would be Hair Products!

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  79. I do necklaces in my teenage daughter's stocking, along with simple fashion rings.

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  80. Tickets to a favorite movie or concert are always good!

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  81. ponytails/hair clips, candy, cell phone accessories (from five below, etc), cute socks, small gift cards, small perfumes or room spray, cute pens or pencils for school, keychains for purse or bookbag, cute/funny magnets for her locker, cheap DVDs from walmart!

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  82. Hair products, I believe every girl/woman would love that haha. Earphones, books, cds, shoes, leggings...

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  83. Gift cards are always great: Starbucks, iTunes, etc.

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  84. You've already covered my favorite thing (makeup!), so I would have to say gift cards! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  85. Everyone likes gift cards. Thanks for the chance.

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  86. My daughters like socks and gift cards (for Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks)

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  87. I'm right with you--mine is a tween. Cute little stationary stuff and off the beaten bath snacks.

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  88. Teenage girl stocking stuffer besides nail polish and makeup?

    Ok well I am having issues with this as well, I have come up with Gel Colored Pens, small journal type books, earrings, funny socks, sample perfumes, and hair accessories.. I also got some small lotions. Hope those helped :)

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  89. gift cards, jewelry and hair stuff

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  90. Gift cards, body sprays, hand lotions

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  91. I make homemade cookies, chocolates and caramels. They are always the first to go no matter what age!

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  92. Gift cards to Gap, bath and body works, starbucks!

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  93. Movie passes, coffee cards, favorite snacks.

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