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One of the most exciting times of the holiday season is seeing kids' faces light up with joy as they unwrap all the exciting goodies and presents.
But sometimes figuring out what exactly to get the little ones can be a challenging task!
That's where Lori Bergamotto, style director at Good Housekeeping magazine, comes in. She's rounded up the top stocking stuffer ideas for kids of all ages this season.
From an at-home nail dryer to spray paint for the snow, there are so many affordable and fun ideas that will bring holiday cheer.
Ta-da girl's day of the week bobby slides, $8, Target
These aren't your average hair clips! They'll instantly add personality to any hairstyle. Did we mention they're comfortable, too?
Sno-Marker, $6, Fat Brain Toys
Ever dreamed of jazzing up your snowman with some color? Now it's possible thanks to Sno-Markers, which let you paint any funky design your heart desires. Unlike traditional spray paint, this is safe for the environment.
Fuschia sparkle wings, $9, Schwings
"Shoe wings" are the secret to the coolest kicks around. You can add them to any pair of shoes or sneakers to be the talk of the playground.
Splendid spa nail dryer, $10, PBteen
Sleepovers and playdates are about to get a whole lot more fun thanks to this nail dryer. Who doesn't love an at-home spa day?
Plush monster slippers for boys, $14, Old Navy
Now these are some ferocious slippers! Be careful, you might mistake your kid's tootsies for some wild animals in the house.
The experimenter, $9, Lush
Besides coming in lots of vibrant colors and designs, these bath bombs also smell amazing. You might even want to keep one for yourself!
Random Acts of Kindness Kits, $10 -$15, Uncommongoods
Give the gift of making a difference in the world with this Random Acts of Kindness kit. From writing a letter to someone who inspired you to picking up trash on your street, kids will have fun doing these acts that spread joy and cheer all year long.