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30+ Budget-Friendly Disney Stocking Stuffers

30+ Budget-Friendly Disney Stocking Stuffers

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Infuse magic into your Christmas with practical and fun Disney stocking stuffers for kids of all ages! Lots of ideas that don’t compromise your budget but still add whimsy and Disney-inspired fun.

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This post originally published Dec 18, 2015 and has been updated and republished with a new date.

Disney Stocking Stuffers on a Budget

You’ve carefully budgeted your Christmas shopping and then you remember…you didn’t buy anything for the STOCKINGS! (Or is that just me?) Depending on how well you “stuff the stocking”, this could be a very expensive endeavor! Here are some last-minute practical and inexpensive Disney stocking stuffers that won’t compromise your budget.

You’ve already decorated the house with these Disney crafts, decor and ornaments. Now it’s time to carry the theme by creating Disney Christmas stockings!

Choosing the Best Disney Stocking Stuffers

I’m a practical gal, I’ll admit it. I tend to gravitate towards Disney stocking stuffers that my kids already need. We just don’t need more junk for the bottom of the toy bin.

I choose items like a new toothbrush, books, crayons, winter gloves, and bubble bath. Yes, even a package of new underpants make it in to the stocking!

If you like practical gifts for kids that are still fun, these Disney stocking stuffers hit all the marks! All those cute little things have a cost, so read on for a few basic stocking stuffer tips to stay on budget. I’ve included lots of ideas, for babies to teens.

Best Tips for Disney Stocking Stuffers

1. What’s your stocking budget? Those little things really add up so make sure you have a cost in mind before buying. It’s easy to go overboard!

2. Keep size in mind. Take the size of your stockings into consideration. If a gift is too large to fit into the stocking, wrap it up and set it next to the stocking or on the mantle.

3. How many items should you get? Keep the number of stocking stuffers between 3-5 (depending upon the size).

4. Don’t buy junk or just “things” to fill the stocking. Stick to what you know will be used and well-loved.  Best to choose things that will actually be enjoyed. It’s worth spending a little more rather than just filling stockings with bottom-of-the-toy-box items from the dollar store.

5. Upcoming Disney Trip? Think about the practical things you’ll be purchasing already for your vacation. Items like sunscreen, a new bathing suit for the hotel pool, sunglasses and Disney gift cards. Might as well gift them to the kids in their stockings now!

Cozy Up

‘Tis the season to keep warm and these gifts will keep them toasty and stylish. A warm scarf, hat, gloves, slippers or socks are always welcome, especially if they feature a favorite character.

Socks – Socks in a stocking? Kids will get a kick out of that! These Star Wars Socks are perfect for boys and girls.

Gloves – Keep away the chill with these budget-friendly Mickey Mouse Gloves. The stretch knit fabric means that kids can wear them for years!

Slippers – These cozy Baby Moccs are ideal soft-soled shoes to keep toes warm during the cold winter months.

Winnie the Pooh Baby Moccs – Photo credit: Warriors Apparal on Etsy

Beanie and Scarf – This is Halloween…but the Disney Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Hat & Scarf Set is also perfect for the Christmas stocking too!


Something to Read

Whether you’re gearing up for a magical vacation, looking for education or just love Disney, these books are perfect as Disney stocking stuffers.

Babies and Toddlers – Definitely one of my daughter’s favorites when she was a baby, Disney Baby My First Words. All the Disney Baby books are great fun!

Elementary school – From the popular “Who Was” series, Who Was Walt Disney? is one of my son’s favorites. Since reading it in a single day, he has been schooling us on Walt’s life history!

Tweens – They’ve seen the movies, now read the books! All three are available, including Descendants 3 Junior Novel.

For Vacation – Hidden Mickey spotting is a fun pastime in the parks, made even more fun with a travel book like The Hidden Mickeys of Disneyland. There’s a Walt Disney World version, too.

Looking for more books? – Check out this bonus gift guide which includes 100 best kid’s books for all ages.

Disney Stocking Stuffers – Art Supplies

Art supplies are one of the practical gifts that encourage a hobby. Art supplies are always a family favorite in our house. Even better if they have a Disney theme. Some of these are great for taking on a trip!

Crayons – A fabric travel crayon holder for toddlers and preschoolers is great for road trips and plane flights. Pair crayons and markers with a Disney Coloring Book and host a family coloring night

Bluey Crayon Holder – Image credit: Little Creek Boutique

Mess-Free Markers – Color Wonder sets like this Crayola Color Wonder Frozen Set are so great while traveling since they are completely mess-free!

Journal – Encourage journaling when you gift a notebook and pen. This Our Adventure Book is just like the one from the movie UP! Adventure is out there!


Disney Apparel and Accessories

These accessories, from toddler to teen, make great Disney stocking stuffers! Ideal for the parks and perfect at home to get a “Disney fix”.

T-Shirt – Toddlers love Disney snacks too, especially when they’re “Rumbly in My Tumbly” like this Winnie the Pooh t-shirt says!

Rumbly in My Tumbly Winnie the Pooh shirt – Image credit: Polka Dot Pixie Shop on Etsy

Necklace – This “Disney font” personalized necklace is a special gift for a teen or tween (or Mom!). It’s a pricier gift but in sterling silver or 14K gold, it’s sure to last.

Disney Font Necklace – Photo credit: Sandra Star Necklace

Phone Case – A new Disney-themed phone case is a practical but fun dash of Disney on an everyday item!

Disney World Phone Case – Photo credit: Polka Dot Pixie Shop

Wash Up with These Disney Stocking Stuffers

Scrub-a-dub-dub Disney-style. Having these inspired wash up supplies encourages kids who aren’t thrilled about hygiene and self-care!

Bath Bomb – Make bath time an adventure with a Super Hero Bath Bomb. Each colorful bomb has a surprise hero toy inside.

Hero Bath Bomb – Image credit: Stellar Body and Bath Co. on Etsy

Toothbrush – My little ones are obsessed with the Disney Magic Timer app that encourages longer brushing. My kids already have Star Wars mouthwash, Cars toothpaste and an Avengers toothbrush.

What’s better to balance out holiday sweets than oral hygiene products like a Disney Minnie Mouse Dental Set.

Hand Soap – Make hand washing more magical with these Mickey Mouse foaming soap adapters. Turns a standard Bath & Body Works bottle into a Mickey-shaped pump of soap in your hand! Receive the Mickey Mouse style plus your choice of one more themed adapter.

Mickey Foaming Soap Adapter -Photo credit: HeyTwig on Etsy

Body Wash – For the ultimate fan, these charming Disney Princess Body Wash bottles might just encourage your kids into the tub. Post-bath, they make cute collectables to play with!

Hair Brush – I absolutely LOVE my Wet Brush and have one for each of my girls. This brush is perfect for untangling long locks. There’s a brush style for nearly every Disney princess. This Wet Brush features Elsa from Frozen 2.


Disney Style Stock Up

Make practical things a gift. Kids just want to see their favorite character and they are things that you would normally buy through the year anyway! These practical gifts are fun Disney stocking stuffers.

Lip Balm – These Lip Smacker Disney Tsum Tsum Lip Balms are just too cute, but also practical!

Bandages – My kids think Disney Band-Aids make all the boo-boos better!

Hair Elastics – Buy all the hair ties for the entire year now! This variety of Disney elastic hair ties will keep her hair neat and pretty.

Disney Elastic Hair Ties – Image credit: REDTreasureCo.

Vacation Goodies

Think ahead to what your kids will need things for an upcoming vacation, then stuff it in the stocking!

Fidget Toy – A Disney Pop It! Fidget Sensory Toy is an easy way to alleviate boredom and anxiety while also keeping antsy kids from touching all the things in line.

Card Game – This World of Disney Eye Found It Card Game is the perfectly compact game to bring with you on a trip.

These cards are also the most popular item on my suggested list of things to do while waiting in line at Disney.

Travel Game – A great one to play while waiting for food to arrive at restaurants or while on the road trip, Toy Story Mad Libs is good family fun (search for Frozen, Mickey Mouse and Star Wars versions too!)

Collector Pins – Start off their Disney pin trading collection with this Band Concert Mickey Pin. Buy a lanyard and a few of the authentic ShopDisney pins to get kids started on this popular park pastime.

Mess-Free Drawing – These clever Imagine Ink Super Set will buy you quiet time with the kids while traveling or resting in the hotel room.


A Little Something Just for Fun

Don’t forget at least one fun little thing that your kids will enjoy through the year. Little ones might enjoy a little plush doll. Older girls would love a classy make-up set in a Disney-theme. And don’t forget the Force in the form of a cool new Lightsaber!

Dolls – In my daughter’s eyes, there are never enough plush and dolls! I have a feeling she’d also LOVE playing with these Princess Handpainted Peg Dolls!

Princess Peg Dolls – Image credit: KraftyMamaTreasures

Imaginative Play – This Star Wars Light Up Lightsaber has an extendable blade so it easily tucks into a stocking.

Make-Up – Teen girls will love one of these elegant Disney Eye Shadow Palettes (this one is inspired by Disney villains).


Something Sweet in the Stocking

I bought these Disney’s Candy Canes for my kids last Christmas. They were just the perfect size to toss a few of each flavor into each stocking.

Consider adding packet of hot cocoa to the stocking. My kids love receiving a special treat in their stockings (we even let them indulge right after breakfast!) It is Christmas, after all!


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