Day 6 of 12 Days of Christmas! (with Alexis Joseph)
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It’s Day 6 of 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways! If you’re just joining in, be sure to start at Day 1 here.
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Additionally, there is a grand prize for one person who comments on all 12 days, so set a daily alarm on your phone phone for now until December 18th and join the fun!
This year our Grand Prize is worth over $225!! It includes:
- A leader kit of my What Matters Most Lifeway study of Philippians, including the teaching DVD’s and one Bible study guide.
- A Wheatfield Woman ESV journaling Bible from Wheat and Honey Co.
- A pink cable knit throw (other color options available)
- A pour-over coffee dripper
- A half pound of Fortress coffee, a company started by two fellow alumni from Spring Arbor University
- An insulated pink shimmer mug (or color of your choice)
Day 6: Favorite Stocking Stuffers
In the past, my dear friend Courtney Joseph, from Women Living Well, had joined me for the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways. This year, her teenaged daughter Alexis is our day 6 guest! Alexis loves to use her social media to express her love for faith, fashion, food, and fitness. Today, she’s giving us some great stocking stuffer ideas for teens!
Help me welcome Alexis Joseph!
If you have a teen girl in your life, no doubt she loves getting fun and useful things in her stocking. If you are on the lookout for some adorable stocking stuffers for such a girl this year I have you covered! Here are 20 things I think she would love that can be easily found on Amazon or at your local department store. Happy stocking stuffing!
My Top Six Faves!
Each of these first six are sure to be a hit with any teen girl:
14 more ideas that can be found most anywhere:
- Fuzzy socks
- Silicon Airpod Case
- Beauty Blender Sponges
- Ring Holder
- Eyelash Curler
- DIY Journaling Set
- Bath Bombs
- Portable Charger
- Essential Oils Bracelet
Bonus: Teens also love gift cards to places like Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, Chick-Fil-A, Alter’d State, and Target
Now, for today’s quick question: What are one or two of your favorite stocking stuffer ideas to give or to get? I can’t wait to read your ideas!
Day 6 Giveaway
For day six, Alexis is giving away at $50 gift card to Amazon. Use it to buy something fun or useful for yourself in the new year.
Be sure to answer today’s quick question in the comments below to be entered to win Alexis’ prize!
Alexis Joseph is the 15-year old daughter of Courtney Joseph at WomenLivingWell.org. Alexis wants to help inspire the next generation to wholeheartedly follow after Jesus. She uses her social media to express her love for faith, fashion, food, and fitness. She wants to come alongside and help others pursue an active healthy lifestyle, along with sharing her best outfit finds, and some delicious recipes! Alexis will be starting her own blog soon but to be encouraged in your walk with God now, follow her over on Instagram at @AlexisJosephOfficial.
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I love some favorite candy I don’t usually buy. This year I tried to be more serious in our stocking purchases. I love Bath and Body lotions.
Phone case, ring, earrings
fun or pretty sox, nail things like polish or filing tools, jewelry, make up, chap sticks,candy, scarf. Those are some of my favorites. Merry Christmas!!!
Sticker nail polish! No drying time. I love it!
An ornament and gift cards.
Candy and lipstick!
In addition to candy, I usually add things like lip balm, nail clippers and travel size lotions to my kids’ stockings! Things they are always hunting for and cannot find :)
Thanks for the ideas – I just ordered a phone case for my teen daughter! My favorite stocking stuffers to give are socks and fabric headbands.
To give: fruit snacks/apple juice that my kids can consume whenever they want. Dollar coins (extra points if it’s gold).
To get: I don’t usually get stocking stuffers anymore.
My favorite stocking stuffer to receive is fancy pens! And my favorite to give is fancy chocolate!
Favorite stocking stuffer number one is a tradition my mom started with my brother and I. The Lifesaver Story Books. We still receive them (if my mom is able to find them) 20 years later!
And now, my brother and I have started the tradition of gifting each other the most unique, colorful, out there, random type ornament we can find for under $10. This is our 10th year doing it and it always provides laughter.
I like to give a coffee mug with some Starbucks ( or other) coffee, hot chocolate mix, or cider.
chocolate, starbucks gc, chick-fil-a gc, movie, tools/gadgets, make-up, chapstick,
Bath bombs and chap stick!
New nail polish, hand sanitizer that smells good and favorite candies!
Lotions, chapstick, bookmarks
I love hair elastics, bath boms, and chapstick. I either use or lose these all the time!
Hair elastics, bath bombs, and chapstick. It seems like I either use or lose all of these over the year!
I’m old time. I like fresh fruit and chocolate and nuts. Then something fun tic tac toe or jacks or cards. Then personal things makeup, gift cards and bath bombs.
Honestly an ornament or just something funny from your childhood. Something completely impractical! Maybe some kind of toy or stuffed animal so you feel like a kid again.
My kids love getting socks, nail polish, stickers, hair bows, and sensory items in their stocking. Of course an oddball item may get thrown in from time to time for giggles lol.
Gift Cards are always fun…and this is silly, but I really love fancy little travel tissue packs with pretty designs or silly sayings on them.