Gift guide: Stocking stuffers - Metro US

Gift guide: Stocking stuffers

Whether it’s just a taste of what’s to come under the tree or a small token of appreciation, try stocking-stuffers like these that will make a big impression for $15 or less.

The Brie is calling! Anthropologie Soft Cheese Knife, $12, www.anthropologie.com

Warning: These are only appropriate this time of year. American Eagle Fair Isle trunk, $12


Tea for now, then an adorable planter when she’s done. Harney & Sons tea, $6, www.harney.com

Old Navy marled socks, $5, www.oldnavy.com

No more crazy hair during yoga. Natural Life tie dye headband, $8, www.athleta.com

Now, fix me a real drink. Modern Grid Bar Set, $11-$15, www.pier1.com

The bees that produced this artisanal honey are flying around in a gorgeous field in Italy — yes,

how sweet it is. Franca Franzoni Millefiori Honey, $10, www.deandeluca.com

Snuggled in a matchbook complete with a sharpener, these recycled paper pencils are gift kryptonite for gadget fiends and eco-minded fellas alike. Rojo and Andrea Roman pencils, $6, www.momastore.org

Apivita all-natural soaps are especially refreshing. $6, www.apivita.com

His espresso maker just got festive. $15, www.homegoods.com

Mugs are territorial — everyone knows that. C.Wonder monogram mug, $10, www.cwonder.com

Pure Komachi knives are lightweight, ergonomically crafted and add some excitement to blah slicing and dicing. $10, www.casa.com

Wine and cheese mixed together— and it’s pink! That what you call a party in a jar. Di Bruno

Bros. Provolone & Chianti spread, $10, www.dibruno.com

Making cupcakes just got a bit chicer Zebra measuring cups, $6, www.marshallsonline.com

This gorgeous bottle of Pinot Noir is dressed for the party. Francis Ford Coppola Votre Sante, $14,


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