Rounding out the quickly approaching holidays, we have chosen our four favorite stocking stuffers. These gifts are for everyone including those that are young and young at heart.
Ice Cream Truck Toy, Museum of Ice Cream
Let your children become ice cream connoisseurs at playtime! Wiz through the home, around all the boughs of holly, while dreaming of your favorite ice cream creation ($16). The Museum of Ice Cream also sells other gifts with pops of color like their Pinky Glitter Swirl Ornament ($12), and Skittle Bottle ($35).
Apple Watch Wall Charger
A necessity for any Apple Watch owner, especially for those who travel. Compact and sleek, neatly charge your Apple Watch directly on the wall with the Wiplabs Apple Watch Wall Charger ($30). Wiplabs Designs is a New York based company.
Founded 20 years ago, Dalmatia has been importing and manufacturing organic and gourmet jams and fig products from Dalmatia, Croatia. The unique coastal region is well-known for its climate and beauty.
The Sweet Spreads pair perfectly with cheeses of all varieties, and with baked goods, and the Savory Spreads are a wonderful addition to any charcuterie or antipasto plate. The jars themselves are very festive and heartwarming and make for a perfect holiday gift.
Available directly via their website, you can find Dalmatia® in the Deli and Cheese departments in most supermarkets and many specialty stores. Our favorites are the Fig Cocoa Spread, and Plum Spread ($6.49+).
Crystal Straw, Crystals for Humanity by Gem-Water
A perfect stocking stuffer is the reusable crystal straws by Gem-Water. They are food-safe, high-polished, and stainless steel. The straws feature hand-selected, tumbled crystal charms in either amethyst, rose quartz or clear quartz. Available in three colors: rose gold, yellow gold and silver. Comes with a microfiber carry pouch and specialized cleaning brush. ($40)
“With more than 500 million plastic straws used daily in the US alone, the Crystals for Humanity reusable straws gives the world a beautiful way to help stop this wastefulness, while simultaneously revitalizing the water with the natural healing properties of the crystals,” Anjanette Sinesio, Founder and Owner of Crystals for Humanity and Gem-Water.
*Header image courtesy of the Museum of Ice Cream.