It’s an “I want, I want” world for a lot of kids at Christmas time, so with everyone fulfilling their every whim how do you come up with a unique gift that they’ll treasure long after the tree is put away? We’ve come up with a stocking stuffer guide for kids that features some of the best kids’ cool gift ideas.
Believe it or not, duct tape crafts are all the rage with kids today so why not give them a little inspiration with 99 duct tape projects. Two of the most popular crafts include wallets and jewelry, which every teen will be sporting at some point before this decade is out if this trend continues with as much enthusiasm as it has now. ($12)
Rarely do you find a gift that is fitting for such a wide range of ages but this bracelet fits that ticket. It’s 100% recyclable so it appeals to kids and parents who are concerned about the environment. The black cuff is simple enough to match almost any outfit, and with 100 different elements it can be customized to fit any child’s personal style. ($20)
No matter what your age, kaleidoscopes are fascinating and beautiful. Capture a child’s imagination and creativity with this make your own kaleidoscope set. Each one is unique so it’s fun to make them over and over again and you’ll be surprised at how this craft instantly inspires sharing. ($34)
Pallina is both like a few games you played as a child and yet it’s like nothing you’ve ever played before. Strategically remove sticks of your color without causing any of your balls to fall. Whoever has the most balls at the end wins. It’s a great game for the entire family ($40)
Sneakers are a fashion statement in and of themselves, but kids are no longer satisfied with shoes that haven’t been customized with a little personalized artwork, so why not let them go crazy with paint designed just for that purpose. This sneaker customization kit includes a guide to sneaker customization that will help inspire their creativity and get them started on their new fashion project. Be warned, once they’ve started it might be hard to make them stop ($45)