2016 Gift Guide: 16 Stocking Stuffers You’ll Want To Keep For Yourself
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Vodorians’ favorite stocking stuffer ideas are sure to delight someone on your list or inspire some “Treat Yo’ Self” gifting this holiday season.
For the Cubbies Fan
We were just as excited as the rest of the world to celebrate the Chicago Cubs World Series win this fall. Keep the glory alive with the 2016 Topps Chicago Cubs World Series Commemorative 15 Card Set, $20.
For the Luxurious Listener
Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones, $350, are ideal for audiophiles who want to tune out the holiday chaos and focus on their favorite podcast, audiobook, or music album.
For the Gym Buff
Moso Air Purifying Bags, $19 for 4, are full of fancy bamboo charcoal that will help freshen stinky gym shoes or backpacks for up to two years.
For the Cold Weather Resident
The gift of warm Smartwool socks, $15, will fondly remind them of you when they are trudging through the snow.
For the Type A Fashionista
The Flint Retractable Lint Roller, $8, is perfect for the traveler who often finds lint on their clothes but doesn’t want to pack a bulky, sticky lint roller. Bonus: it comes in lots of fun colors.
For the Conscious Carrier
Naturally dyed and hand printed, the USA-made Sardine pouch, $29, is fashionable and versatile enough to keep their favorite keepsakes organized.
For the Spa Lover
The La Source 60-Second Fix for Hands, $14, is the ultimate mini spa experience. Just exfoliate, rinse with warm water, and moisturize with lotion for soft, youthful hands.
For the Hot Beverage Enthusiast
Coffee too hot or too cold? Be Goldilocks and make sure their coffee stays just right with Coffee Joulies, $48, savvy stainless steel beans that keeps drinks at the ideal drinking temperature.
For the Colorful Creative
Orbeez Color Pack, $9, will provide hours of fun for kids over 3 (and adults) who like anything squishy.
For the ChapStick Addict
Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment Sunscreen SPF 15 in Sugar Berry, $24, is the best grown-up ChapStick ever. It brings out everyone’s beautiful natural lip color and provides well-needed SPF protection.
For the Nerdy Sweet Tooth
Astronomy lovers will love Planet Lollipops, $30 for 10, which blends gorgeous planet images and yummy flavors like cotton candy, guava, and marshmallow. And yes, Pluto is included.
For the Coffee Snob
Coffee and tea lovers will rejoice when they can take their fancy French press/diffusion methods on the road with the Bodum Insulated Plastic Travel French Press Coffee and Tea Mug, $10.
For the AppleWatch Owner
The TimePorter for AppleWatch, $50, neatly organizes all the accessories necessary for your watch, including charging cable, extra watch band, and a USB adapter.
For the Design Lover
A key ring to hold keys? So last season. This Japanese-made Postalco Brass Totem Key Holder, $98, is practical and beautiful (the best kind of gift).
For the Appreciator of Kawaii
Make sound adorable with My Audio Pet, $25, a mini bluetooth speaker that comes in six different animals, such as Party Pig, PANDAmonium, and Power Pup.
For the Health Nut
By far the most popular item in Vodori’s White Elephant Gift Exchange last year, the OXO Handheld Spiralizer, $15, will help any healthy eater or wanna-be healthy eater enjoy delicious veggie spirals in no time.
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