Stockings can be an extension of heartfelt gifts and don’t have to break the bank. Instead of throwing some candy and oatmeal packets into a stocking, stuff their stockings with a few gifts they will love and use.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
It can be next to impossible to shop for men, but finding stocking stuffers for men is an even bigger challenge. When it comes to those smaller gifts, it is easy to default to traditional small gifts like candy, a magazine, and lottery tickets. Instead of following that same route this year, the editors at Fantabulously Frugal have come up with a list of more than 100 Stocking Stuffers for Men, all of which cost less than $10.
This year, there’s no excuse for a boring stocking! Fantabulously Frugal’s fabulous list of stocking stuffers for men includes everything from a DIY Lego Calendar to Superman Cape Socks to Salted Bourbon Caramels. These are not your run-of-the-mill stocking stuffers. Fantabulously Frugal also offers a sister list for women that includes more than 100 Stocking Stuffers for Women.
“Each year people put hours upon hours of work into coming up with the perfect gifts for their loved ones,” said Lisa Koivu, founder of FantabulouslyFrugal.com. “Stockings can be an extension of those heartfelt gifts and don’t have to break the bank. Instead of throwing some candy and oatmeal packets into a stocking, stuff their stockings with a few gifts they will love and use. Our list is full of ideas for all types of personalities and lifestyles, so you are guaranteed to find a unique stocking stuffer ideas for everyone on your list.”
Fantabulously Frugal’s lists of Stocking Stuffers for Men and Stocking Stuffers for Women are part of their 2012 Holiday Gift Guide, which includes more than 150 gift ideas for everyone on your shopping list.
About Fantabulously Frugal:
Fantabulously Frugal is a shopping blog for women. The site has been sharing retail discounts, shopping news, beauty reviews, and celebrity looks for less since 2009 and is committed to sharing tips with women for obtaining the brands and products they covet for less.
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