Stocking Stuffers have always been one of the funnest parts about shopping for me for the holidays. I love the surprise and cleverness of a good stocking stuffer and it’s always a challenge to find something out of the ordinary and not so predictable. This year for some reason I’ve been gravitating towards the earthy variety, think sage, alder, and juniper to start. Add a dash of balsam and a little leather, and you have a selection of some real down-to-earth ideas. Click below for the links.
Mini Smudge Sticks 1 of 9A natural form of incense, used traditionally as a ritual to cleanse and purify.
Available at Toast for £9.50 .
Organic Natural Dry Hair Powder 2 of 9A natural and alternative product for cleaning hair.
Available from Kaufmann Mercantile for $30.
Hugo Guinness for Coach 3 of 9For the traveller. A stylish passport wallet by Hugo Guinness.
Available from Coach for $168.
Wooden Tape Measure 4 of 9For the designer, a pocket-sized tape measure made of rosewood.
Available from The Curiousity Shoppe for $12.
Twig Pencils 5 of 9Who doesn't love a pile of twig pencils?
Available from The Curiousity Shoppe.
Handmade Soap 6 of 9Handmade in New York by Saipua. Balsam fir soap
Available from room 6 for $13.
Natural Incense 7 of 9Four scents of natural incense made from wild leaves gathered in the deserts and mountains of western United States.
Available from Toast for £12.50.
Vintage Sewing Kit 8 of 9A kit with a vintage theme by pi'lo.
Available from room 6 for $48.
Flag Paper Punch 9 of 9For the crafter! A cool flag paper punch! So exciting!
Available from The Tomkat Studio for $16.50.
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