Stuffed with love

Ho-ho-holiday parties update: I am still in shock at the fact that Christmas is just one week away. I have no clue where the month of December went, but after this weekend I am ready to welcome the Big Man (Santa, duh!) with open arms.

Have a holly, jolly Christmas

Have a holly, jolly Christmas.

With only one week until Christmas I am completely done with all of my shopping except for one thing – peanut butter. Every year Santa brings our German Shorthaired Pointer, Karl,  his very own jar of PB – his absolute favorite treat. I know our boy would be pissed if he woke up Christmas morning with an empty stocking, so that errand is on my to-do list for tomorrow.

I still get excited at the thought of opening my stocking (yes, my mom still does stockings for all of us – see below) on Christmas morning. Do you do stockings at your house?

My Christmas stocking

I still love it to this day.

If you do, you are in luck. I have a few last-minute stocking stuffer ideas that I wouldn’t mind finding tucked inside my bear this coming Sunday. But you better get going, the clock is ticking!

Stocking Stuffers

1. Forever21, Plaid Fringe Scarf, $5.90
2. Fred Flare, Diamond Ring Bottle Opener, $12
3. Sally Hansen, Salon Effects ‘Peppermint Twist’ Strips, $8.54
4. West Elm, Alphabet Scented Candles, $7
5. Iowa Lottery, Holiday Scratch Tickets, prices vary
6. Sephora, Michael Kors Rollerball, $22
7. Marc by Marc Jacobs, Logo Neoprene Universal Case, $42
8. Essie, Berry Naughty, $7.79

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2 Responses to Stuffed with love

  1. Shirley Dreiling says:

    Love your cute ideas for your stocking. Sounds like you have really been hitting a lot of parties lately with lots of goodies. Yum Yum!! Time is going very fast isn’t it? I still have to make a few things to take along to KC ~ pretzel rods and licorice with chocolate and white chocolate, and caramel chex so the kids have some fun goodies! Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas together, especially enjoying that sweet little Sidney digging into the gifts and the joy of spending special time with all of you!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year dear Godchild, and please wish Marcus and the rest of the family the same for Grandma and I. Love you!

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