11 Stocking Stuffers From Amazon

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We could spend hours searching for silly, pint-size gifts on Amazon. Our following 11 favorites are practically made to be stocking stuffers.

1. Kikkerland Woodland Pencils Set of Four, $6.53

Children and adults alike are bound to squeal at these critter pencil friends.

2. Newestor Handstitched Leather Notebook, $21.95

The perfect partner for that upcoming resolution project.

3. Matador Mini Pocket Blanket, $19.99

This teeny-tiny, water-repellant gem works great as a hiking or beach blanket. Plus, you'll never resent that you decided to bring it along, considering it's light and takes up zero room.

4. Kikkerland Keyring Safety Pin in Copper, $9.99

Don't worry: This quirky faux safety-pin keyring doesn't actually open.

5. Wood Meets Color Kitchen Tongs Four Pack, $13.99

These sweet, handmade kitchen tongs are made of natural bamboo.

6. Purzest Wall Decor Planters, $49.99

These mini modern planters come in a set of six, so you can knock out the whole fam with one purchase.

7. Flight 001 Four-In-One Adapter, $25

Never worry about packing the wrong adapter again. This one accommodates 150 countries.

8. Diptyque 'Baies' Scented Candle, $34

This candle smells of roses and blackcurrant leaves. Delightful.

9. SlpBaby Natural Silk Pillowcase, $19.99

Made of the highest grade Mulberry silk, this pillowcase is said to prevent wrinkles and bed head.

10. Herbivore Botanicals All Natural Coco Rose Body Polish, $44

Scrub away that dry, flaky winter skin with this coconut-oil body polish.

11. Oster Cordless Electric Wine Bottle Opener with Foil Cutter, $17.99

Most people have struggled with a wine opener one too many times. Alleviate someone with this fuss-free miracle.

Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.

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