Photo courtesy The Keeping Room

Our stocking stuffer gift guide is all about the little things

You know what they say: It’s the little things that count–and yes, this applies to stocking stuffers. But how often do stocking stuffers become an afterthought resulting in a last-minute trip to the convenience store on Christmas Eve to gather various candies and knickknacks? A random phone charger here, a car air freshener there and a coffee drink to top it all off? No. Let’s forget the horrors of Christmases past and exceed expectations. This year, we gathered a list of stocking stuffers from local shops sure to please, even if you haven’t exactly been planning them out all month (shhh, we won’t tell).

Read on to see some of our picks.

At just $21, these initial monogram necklaces from Sanctuary Home & Gifts are a cute way to let someone know you care without breaking the bank.

Any homebody looking to spend Christmas morning in their pajamas would probably appreciate a pair of ultra-soft pom-pom slippers ($42) from LD Linens & Decor.

A Tiger fan can alway use more gameday attire, especially when it comes with the vintage appeal of B-Unlimited LSU’s selection.

This bloody Mary kit from The Keeping Room may not necessarily last beyond a Christmas morning brunch with family and friends, but your recipient will almost certainly thank you.

Shop Sennod stone necklaces at Kiki for anyone who loves adding a bit of natural drama to their festive-season fashion.

The holidays can be a stressful time, but this bath collection from The Royal Standard is a bubbly salve for soothing those blues away.

For the adventurous father or brother-in-law that seems impossible to shop for, check out this flashlight that doubles as a speaker from The Backpacker.

They say the ’90s are back, so these claw clips from Dawson Street Women’s Boutique might be just the thing to put a finishing touch on any fashionista’s wish list.

Try giving this cocktail kit from Massey’s a few days before Christmas to let the flavors meld in the fridge. Then let the holidays commence!

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