Stocking Fillers for Little Ones

Christmas is fast approaching and I still have all my shopping to do. I’m not a massive fan of crowded shops and lot’s of queues so I’m planning to do most of my shopping online. The girls have already come up with long lists of toys they’d like, as well as ordering a few of them I’ll be picking up a few stocking fillers and little gifts for them to enjoy.

I love traditional children toys and games, I’m not a big fan of too much technology and video games so I chose a few good old fashioned classics which are really fun and also very affordable. My all time favourite place for cute retro children’s bit is Dot Com Gift Shop. I spotted a lot of these at their Christmas preview earlier this year and knew they were perfect for little extra gifts…

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Here are my favourite stocking filler treats…

Catch Cup Game – £3.95

Marbles – £1.00

Catapult and Foam Balls – £2.95

Jacks Game – £3.95

Nursery Rhyme Snap – £1.95

Chalks – £1.00

Wooden Spinning Tops – £2.95

Skipping Rope – £2.95

Naughts and Crosses -£3.95

Colouring Pencils – £1.50

What do you think of my choices, do you like to buy traditional toys and which one is your favourite?

See the full range of stocking filler ideas on the Dot Com Gift Shop website.

P.s this is not sponsored I just really like their stuff and am tempted to buy the lot! 

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  1. Raelou November 30, 2014 / 1:46 pm

    Think my fave is noughts and crosses. Sometimes the more simple toys are the red hot favourites on the big day, either that or the cardboard boxes!! My little ones have fights over cardboard boxes. Lol x

  2. Jessica Cangiano December 1, 2014 / 3:37 pm

    Such charming choices! I may have said it before, and don’t want to venture into broken record territory, but goodness, do I love Dot Com’s offerings and wish dearly that they’d ship outside of Europe. My fingers will be perpetually crossed that they start to one of these days (I’ll go on a little shopping spree if they do!).

    ♥ Jessica

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