Time is running out to finish up your holiday shopping — and in the rush to find the perfect holiday gift for everyone on your list, you can’t forget to fill their stockings, too! Whether you’re totally burned out on coming up with non-boring stocking stuffers, or you’ve just been procrastinating, we’ve done the hard work for you and found 36 last-minute stocking stuffers under $15 that you can buy on Amazon now and have arrive on your doorstep before Christmas.
This citrus-scented candle comes in a millennial-pink-and-gold, travel-friendly tin.
This set of cookie cutters is a fun stocking stuffer for an avid home cook.
Give this desk clock to the person who’s trying to wean their reliance on their cell phone.
The best gift for kids of any age.
Some fancy toothpaste to accompany the Tesla of electric toothbrushes — or just make brushing with a regular toothbrush a little more exciting,
Give these oversize googly eyes to someone who’ll put them on their microwave, their fridge, even their car, and laugh every time.
This hand cream from K-beauty brand TonyMoly works well and comes in the cutest panda package.
This book, about the making of the cult movie The Room, inspired the well-reviewed James Franco–directed movie of the same name.
A classic card game that’s both an excellent stocking stuffer and an easy way to entertain the family on Christmas once all the presents have been opened.
A teacher-approved gift that’s good for anyone who loves collecting and sharing bits of trivia.
The highly reviewed and much-loved Rosebud Salve from Smith’s can help soothe chapped winter skin and lips.
For the person who loves both cute things and noodles in soup.
If they, like the staff of our own Select All, are “effectively powered” by gummy bears.
This reusable shopping bag is stylish enough to use as an everyday tote bag.
A cheap but expensive-looking bedside storage tray made of brown leather.
The best gift for the family cat is this catnip-filled, fish-shaped toy.
If you’ve got a dog, give them a sock monkey of their own.
This wooden toy is part puzzle, part action figure.
This origami crane-shaped wine stopper will keep an open bottle fresh overnight, and the matching wine charms will fit wine stems of all sizes.
There are 160 glass marbles in this tiny tin.
This Korean sponge exfoliates skin, while the activated charcoal helps fight acne-causing bacteria and control oiliness.
This robot-shaped corkscrew is cute enough to leave out on a counter (or even a desk, if you’re looking for a small gift for a co-worker who loves happy hours).
Though it’s totally transparent like glass, this putty can be squeezed and stretched and manipulated like regular Silly Putty.
For the hypebeast in your life who wants to know the history behind every single Air Jordan.
If you’re going to give someone socks in their stocking, at least make sure they’re cute.
This little cat-shaped tea infuser hangs from the side of the mug.
This jade roller can help calm red skin and fade under-eye circles, according to writer Maria Tallarico.
An affordable, small, but still fairly powerful Bluetooth speaker.
Half of these jelly beans are normal flavors, the other half are “weird and wild” — so you won’t know if that jelly bean is coconut or spoiled milk until you put it in your mouth.
A useful accessory for those who obsessively hoard the culty Palomino Blackwing pencil.
The best stocking stuffer for a nostalgic millennial is a brand-new Tamagotchi.
Author Stephanie Danler swears by this “all-purpose, completely natural moisturizer.”
Cheap, warm, and stylish. In other words, the best stocking stuffer.
These solid-wood spoons are an easy upgrade for any cook’s kitchen.
According to writer Alexandra Pechman, since this portable lint roller “is about the size and weight of a portable phone charger, I can use it without incident just about anywhere.”
Things that look like other things always make great gifts in our book.
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