Blogmas 2019 Day Sixteen: Christmas stocking gift guide: For adults 🎅🏻

I’m sorry, I don’t care what anybody says, you are NEVER too old for a stocking.

So, if you are making one for your older children/partner or even yourself! Then hopefully these ideas are helpful.

I did a childrens edition earlier on on Blogmas, this year so I will leave that here .

I will also leave below the link to my stocking guide from last years Blogmas. That one is a more general guide to stockings and my top 5 categories to include, instead of specific gift ideas.

Stocking guide

Let’s get started!

Edible items

A Chocolate orange, all supermarkets
Try and look out for when they are on offer.

I think are currently half price in Tesco.

Chocolate coins, Wilko, 50p

Chocolate Santas, £1

Personalised toblerone, prezzybox £12.99

Available in milk and white.

Or any of their favourite chocolates or sweets.


Dobble, Amazon,15.99 or Original Dobble, £8.99

Mini Poker set, Primark £4

Assorted Christmas quiz card games, Amazon from £3.99

Retro pocket games with LCD screen, Prezzybox £14.99


Either a nice Christmassy book or a book you think they could get stuck into in the New Year.

I love reading an I think a book is a perfect gift, and fits well in a stocking.

Adult colouring books, Waterstones from £7.99

Give the gift of calm! These are perfect for taking a few moments to yourself.

100 books scratch off poster, Prezzybox £11.99

This is s really cool idea and great if you find it hard to choose a book!

A4 Notebooks, Paperchase from £8

They have loads of super cute notebooks in Paperchase. It is absolute stationary heaven so it is definatly a shop worth looking at if you are making a stocking for a stationary lover.

They come in loads of different sizes too, A4, A5 & A6.

Notebooks, Wilko from £3 depending on the size.

They do some really cute designs as well as lots of different sizes of notebook, to choose from.

They also do plain jotter style notebooks for £3 which you could customise for the person you are giving it to, or even print of a picture and pop that on the front to personalise it.

Magnets, Paperchase £3

I love these super sassy, super relatable adult magnets.They sum up adulthood perfectly.

Postcards, Paperchase 80p each

These are so cool. I love popping in there to see what different ones they have. These are perfect as ‘mini prints’ to gift someone. You could even frame one or two, or just pop a few that you think they would like into an envelope.

Pamper products

Face/hair/eye masks, Primark

They do absolutely loads of different masks to help hydrate, cleanse and freshen up your skin.

These are super cheap and work really well (I’ve used them myself!) They make a great stocking filler and everyone deserves a little pamper every now and then!

Lush Festive bath bombs, from £3.95

They have got some amazing bath bombs in their festive Christmas collection this year.

I love a bath and these festive treats would make a great addition to a stocking.

The festive ones are super cute too. My personal fave so far is the ‘Not so secret Santa’ bath bomb.

Its a snowball with santa arms and legs sticking out like he has been caught by a rolling snowball. It smells amazing, sweet with notes of citrus and sherbet. Plus, its one of the more reasonably priced ones at £3.95.

Bath Bombs, Wilko £1

The Body Shop, from £6

The Body Shop have some really cool pamper bits available in store and online. They even have a ‘stocking fillers’ section which has some great sets from little hand creams with a nail files, their ‘Delights bags’ where you get 3 or 4 little bits and their body butters too. I’ll leave a link because its definatly worth checking out.

The Body Shop ‘Stocking Fillers’

Lynx Gift sets, Amazon £9

Superdry Trio of scents, Superdrug £10

Beard buddy shaving apron, Online from £9.99

I’ve bought one of these for my husband (exciting haha) but needed! Very handy for all that beard maintenance.

Initial wash bag, Matalan £4


Statement earrings, Primark from £2

These are lovely and are really reasonably priced too. Great for a stocking to add to your Christmas day outfit.

Funky socks, River Island £3

Festive Feast’ beard baubles, Rover Island £8

These are a bit of a silly one, but I’m sure they would be a good laugh for any bearded family members this Christmas!

Scarves, Dorothy Perkins £15.40


Wireless touch speaker, Prezzybox £17.99

Pink wireless fast charger, Primark £12

(Available in other colours)

Wireless earpod headphones, Matalan £30


Christmas candle 3 pack, Primark £5

Various Christmas decorations inc Disney/Dr Seuss/Harry Potter, Primark from £3

Pjs! Matalan, from £12.50

Because who doesn’t love new pjs?! Especially at Christmas. Plus, something cosy is a vital part of any stocking.

So, that’s my little (hopefully) helpful stocking filler gift guide for adults! I’ve tried to cater to both men and women.

I know the struggle of trying to think of interesting bits for a man’s stocking!!

Thanks for reading 😊


Ho Ho Ho

Roseanne 🎅🏻

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