Having three daughters at home I find that some of the best stocking stuffers are things that they use on a daily basis. One thing that we are always looking for are hair bands. It seems that they always disappear and can never have enough. I recently found this great company called Active Accessories that has a great line of hair bands that are stylish and make great stocking stuffers.
They come in sets of six with each set having coordinating colors and designs. I love these chevron and polka dot designs. They are so much fun. My favorite part about these is that they are made out of a great stretchy material that doesn’t pull at the hair. The go into and out of the hair very effortlessly. They are so cute that you can easily wear them a bracelets too. My daughters often wear their bands on their wrists, in fact my seven year old went through a phase where she would wear all the hair bands you could find on her wrist like a fashion statement. So these are great for that, then you have a hair band whenever you need it. They are a great accessory to have on hand.
They even have some cute running styles that have things like 5K written on them. So if you are a runner or you know a runner these are great gifts for them!
Active Accessories are great as gifts. Like I said I like putting them in my kids stockings. they love these and they are small and can easily fit in a stocking. You can get them each a set or buy one set and split them up among the kids. Easy and cost effective gift!
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