Monday, 5 December 2016

Stocking Fillers for Preschool Girls

Here are some ideas for stocking fillers for preschoolers. The list contains some things we have already bought for our daughter Eva who is nearly 4 and some things we plan to buy. 







We always put a little teddy in Eva's stocking and these ones are the perfect size. She already has Scooby Doo, superheroes and some christmas ones but we'll look at getting her some others. There are lots of different ones available such as Star Wars characters and Marvel characters. They make great collectables. 



I like to try and put some clothing into her stocking but it always has to be something small like socks, knickers or a t-shirt. This year she has become obsessed with Scooby-Doo and annoyingly you can't find a lot of 'girly' looking things. If you're a regular reader if my blog you'll know Eva loves pink. I managed to find this fab t-shirt on Character.com and also some pyjamas so i'll definitely be ordering those. 



A stocking isn't complete without some chocolate. We like to get Eva a special chocolate at Christmas. One that she wouldn't normally get during the year. This chocolate slab from hotel chocolat has caught my eye. 



Eva is rather curious about my make up. When I say curious I mean she sticks her fingers in it and uses it constantly. No matter how much I try to hide it, she still manages to find it. This year i'm going to give her some make up of her own. 
I love this lip butter gift set from Baylis and Harding. The packaging is super cute. 




Eva started collecting Sylvanian Families last year so we like to try and get her some whenever it's her birthday or Christmas. I used to play with the all the time when I was younger and I'm gutted I didn't keep hold of them. This year we want to get her a new family to put in her stocking.


Eva absolutely adores Monsoon. She spends ages in there browsing all of the pretty party dresses and all of their accessories. She's a typical girly girl so when I spotted this pink fairy castle bag, I knew it would be perfect for her stocking.

I also plan on getting her some new stationary, books and a dvd. What do you put in your child's stocking?

*These items were gifted to us but all our opinions are our own*



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32 comments

  1. I love the Hallmark Itty Bitty and T doesn't have a single one! I know, must rectify that ;)

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  2. The Itty Bittys are so cute, they remind me of tsum tsums. Some lovely gift ideas x

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  3. My daughter would love these stocking fillers. Thanks for the ideas.

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  4. The slab from Hotel Chocolat is lovely! I'd want it for myself though

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  5. You can't beat a bit of Scooby Doo, loving the tee. Plus the hotel chocolat slab looks like it could belong to me :)

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  6. Some great ideas! I need to wrap all Rosalie's presents up so I can see what I have left to buy, I've forgotten what I've bought xx

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  7. Aww these all look like great gifts. Love the top teddy's, Especially the Santa one :)

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  8. There are some great gift ideas here. Sometimes it can be hard to choose the right gifts x

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  9. I always struggle with stocking fillers to make sure that they aren't just tat haha. I like the itty bittys and the chocolate slab x

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  10. Aww cute ideas! That chocolate slab looks delicious! xx

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  11. These are some fantastic ideas! Also how cute is the Reindeer chocolate - thats perfect for all ages (including mamas :)

    Laura x

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  12. We have four of the superhero Itty Bitty's and the boys absolutely LOVE them. I've bought them some more as stocking fillers as well! Great idea! xx

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  13. Aww these are so sweet! My girls are too old for them now but some useful tips for me on what to get my little nieces!

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  14. I have heard about the Itty Bitty. Would love one of those myself.

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  15. A great set of ideas for stockings, any little toddler girl would love those!

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  16. I love the castle bag and monkey family, they are so cute! x

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  17. Great ideas for boys too! Pickle would love some Itty Bitty's and he adores Sylvanian Families too. Kaz x

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  18. Fab stocking fillers, we love sylvannian families in our house, the girls have asked for lots this Christmas!

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  19. I want the scooby doo t shirt tha's really cute but all of them are really lovely

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  20. Wow, that reindeer selfie slab is amazing! I love it!

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  21. Oh wow that photo with Eva is adorable. The looks very happy with the Itty Bitty teddies ;-)

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  22. Some lovely stocking filler ideas here - she looks pleased with her haul

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  23. These are brilliant. My three year old daughter would love most of these. The Monsoon bag is great. And those Hallmark Itty Bitty's are so cute and the perfect size for a stocking filler. Hugs Lucy xxxx

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  24. Those itty bittys are great little collectables, my girls are 8 & 9 and would love some of these things always find it hard when it comes to stockings fillers seem to keep putting the same stuff in every year

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  25. My little one is only just 2 shes not too bothered yet but she knows what she likes and would love the castle bag never thought about going to monsoon she loves things like that i need to check it out thank you :)

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  26. We've got the Itty Bitty's. Just the santa and the reindeer. They were a gift last year and Evie absolutely adores them. I didn't know they did others too! x

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  27. We have some Itty Bittys too, the kids love them. My girls are huge Sylvanian fans xx

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  28. She looks so happy with the itty bittys bless her, love the chocolate slab x

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  29. Some great ideas. Im looking to buy some smaller.gifts for my grandchildren to give to each other. Great post

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  30. Fantastic ideas! The Itty Bittys are so cute!

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