25 Stocking Stuffers Under $25
Fill up their stockings this year with special gifts that we know will be a hit.
Bitty books that prove it's never too early to start next year's Christmas list, especially when you have 24 pages to fill.
Buy It: $6.50; shopantiquaria.com
Pens and pencils have met their match: a slim little canvas case handcrafted in the USA.
Buy It: $24; sideshowpress.com
Wearable art made from veggie-based ink is the latest trick Florida artist Anna Bond has up her sleeve.
Buy It: $15/set of 8; riflepaperco.com
Farm-to-tub soap made with exfoliating coffee grounds, honey, and beeswax.
Buy It: $9; waxingkara.com
Paper coasters for your favorite hostess who loves her initials and hates water rings.
Buy It: $16/set of 10; theblushlabel.com
A spoonful of sugar tastes twice as sweet served on hand-stamped vintage flatware.
Buy It: $18 each; forsuchatimedesigns.etsy.com
A set of 12 pencils funds a half-day of school for a child in Africa or Mexico.
Buy It: $12; dotproducts.org
A custom engraved 1 oz. flask for moments when just a sip will do.
Buy It: $9; etsy.com
Hang these socks by the chimney with care or let them peak from under a pant leg for just a bit of flair.
Buy It: $16; jlthebrand.com
A snappy brass dish will hold the tiniest treasures.
Buy It: $20; emilymccarthy.com
This salty rim dust can also finish off a mojito or Bloody Mary.
Buy It: $10; bullsbaysaltworks.com
Both sides of these chic matchboxes feature prints by South Florida artist Anne Harwell McElhaney. Fill with 2-inch matches before gifting.
Buy It: $8.50/set of 3; annechovie.etys.com
Handcrafted tags for his Bourbon, Rye, Scotch, and Shine.
Buy It: $12.50 each; whiskeywood.com
Rudolph shouldn't be the only one getting homemade treats this season. Show Fido you care with all-natural cookies baked with pumpkin, molasses, and cinnamon.
Buy It: $25; treatdreamsthedogbakery.com
Gourmet teas blended with local ingredients in Huntsville, Alabama. Teaser bags brew three servings.
Buy It: $3.99; piperandleaf.com
Cocktail napkins with cheeky personalities deserve their own seat at the table.
Buy It: $14 each; belleandunion.com
Metal hand-forged in North Carolina makes for a rugged bottle opener. Attach to a keychain or keep it on the bar cart.
Buy It: $25; carolinashucker.com
Louisiana-based Kismet Cosmetics' Succulent Collection goes on like gloss with staying power of your favorite 'stick.
Buy It: $22 each; kismetcosmetics.com
100% cotton, handmade in the Music City, and available in dozens of prints to suite any style. Add monogram for $5.
Buy It: $15; etsy.com
Shea butter from Frisco, Texas that's sweet, creamy, and zero calories.
Buy It: $14; farmhousefreshgoods.com
Every Southern girl knows a scent that slips into a tiny evening bag is oh-so-clutch.
Buy It: $22; charlestongirlperfume.com
Get the lay of the land on a pocket-sized noted book. Each is illustrated with a map of your favorite Southern city and handmade in Baton Rouge.
Buy It: $7.50; etsy.com
Hang on your open bottles of wine at get-togethers so guests instantly know the Merlot from the Malbec.
Buy It: $16/set of four; etsy.com