I am so excited to be partnering with Utica Square here in Tulsa to share three gift guides this holiday season! First up is a kids stocking stuffer gift guide with Utica Square. If you are looking for unique and fun gifts and want to support your local stores, this post is for you! Plus, all items in today’s post are under $20!
Your Holiday Shopping Made Easy!
If you are anything like me, you probably haven’t been shopping much. I asked all stores I visited about whether or not they are doing curbside pickup, and I will be including that information below. My hope is by sharing these you will find some great stocking stuffers without having to go in store. I always buy this type of thing by actually going in store and physically looking. It’s hard to find neat, unique things without doing that.
Items from Lolly Garden
Let me start by saying I LOVE LOLLY GARDEN!! It is a local speciality children’s clothing and toy shop, and they take their job seriously. I have had the pleasure of getting to know the owner over the years, and she is truly so kind. She carries really neat clothing and sources the neatest toys! It is my go-to spot for gifts any time I have a birthday party. They also do free gift wrap which includes a lollypop. Our daughter now knows the wrapping and loves it. 🙂 Call Lolly Garden to place an order and do a curbside pick up for any of these items. They also offer free local delivery. If you call or send a message, you will be sent pictures of options for what you are looking for in their budget.
- Plan Toy wooden dominos – $11
- Candy Lab vintage wooden car – $10 (also comes in food trucks, Airstream trailers, etc.)
- Plus Plus blocks – $11
- Land of Dough natural play dough – $14
- Glo Pals light up sensory water toy – $16.50
- My First Puzzle – $13
- Little Lady nail polish
Kids Stocking Stuffers from Pavilion
Pavilion is another local Tulsa shop I love and love to support! Located in the middle of Utica Square, it appears to be a woman’s boutique. However, a closer look inside reveals a whole wall of adorable children’s items! I found several really fun items. Call Pavilion to place an order and do a curbside pick up for any of these items. They also offer free local delivery.
- Light up unicorn bouncy ball
- Una the Unicorn book
- If I Were a Dog book
- Unicorn lipgloss (not pictured above)
Stocking Stuffers from Gap Baby
Gap Kids also has some fun items that make cute and easy stocking stuffers! Since it is a larger retail chain, you can easily toggle what is available online, place an oder, and do a store pick up through their system.
- Minnie Socks – $17
- Headband – $17
Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids is closing in Utica Square. However, they are open through Christmas and items in store are discounted. I saw Christmas ornaments, backpacks, cups, books, stuffed animals, and more that would all make great gifts! I was really impressed with their book selection, and that it what I walked away with from the store.
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What a fun roundup! I love shopping for unique stocking stuffers and you really found some great ones.
Maureen | http://www.littlemisscasual.com
That light up water toy looks adorable! Thanks for sharing these great ideas!
Love your tree! Flocked trees are my favorite! and I wish my kids were still young enough to enjoy fun toys and things…now all they want are electronics 🙁
I need to get some more stocking stuffers for Lila and these are cute ideas!
Oh such cute and fun stuffers! I have to start shopping for all of mine! xx
These are the cutest gift ideas for little ones! My daughter would have loved these when she was younger!
Jill – Doused in Pink
I SO appreciate this post with so many little ones in my family this year! Definitely saving for my Christmas shopping!
Such cute gift ideas! thanks for sharing! I’m done with the gifts for the kids but I keep seeing more cute things to buy, haha!
Thanks for the link up 🙂
Hope that you are having a good week 🙂
Lots of great gift ideas for the little ones here, Amy Ann! My kids are getting to the ages where they are becoming really difficult to shop for. All they want is video game stuff!
These are great ideas, my 4 year old niece is fun to shop for – I just love all the little kid gifts at Christmas! My boys (22 & 20) ask for monitors, motherboards, etc. – all the boring stuff!