9 Fillers for Adorable Kids Christmas Basket Ideas

Category: Holiday | Thursday, December 9

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This year I decided to surprise the kids with Christmas baskets at their kids Christmas table. For years I have set up a fun kids Christmas table for them, but this year I wanted to surprise them with some fun holiday goodies to use over the month of December. 

These kids Christmas baskets are filled with fun items they will use over the course of the month of December. In this blog I will be sharing 9 ideas for fillers if you decide to put together some adorable kids Christmas baskets. This is also a fun way to give Christmas gifts to friends and nieces/nephews!

**Scroll to bottom of this blog to see 7 ULTIMATE holiday gift guides for all the special people in your life!*

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9 Fillers for Adorable Kids Christmas Basket Ideas:

1. Christmas Books

I love gifting the kids books in their holiday baskets! Some of our favorites are: How to Catch a SnowmanThe Giving Snowman, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. These are wonderful additions to kids Christmas baskets.

2. Christmas Socks

These Fuzzy Christmas Socks are loved by my kids. I always gift the kids socks in their Christmas baskets (or any holiday themed basket) because they love them so much. There are more fuzzy socks here that are so fun. 

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3. Hot Chocolate Bombs

Hot Chocolate Bombs are always a hit! We love hot chocolate in our home. Whether it's movie night or we're driving around looking at Christmas lights together, hot chocolate in hand just makes it feel so special. So hot chocolate bombs are a great filler for the kids Christmas baskets!

Make sure you check out my blog all about our Hot Chocolate Bar HERE.

4. Necklace light up

This Light Up Christmas Necklace is a fun addition to any kids Christmas basket. These are festive and loads of fun to wear when driving around looking at Christmas lights or out on any Christmas adventure with the family. This set comes with headbands, necklaces, and Christmas glasses!

5. Stuffed Animal

These Christmas Teddy Bears are adorable! I also love this Grinch stuffy in a Santa suit. These look so cute sticking out of their Christmas baskets. 

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6. Ornaments

Personalized Ornaments are a fun gift. I used these ornaments as name tags on their Christmas baskets here. This Personalized Reindeer Ornament is another adorable option. 

7. Holiday Coloring Books

Christmas Coloring Book for toddlers. This Christmas Activity Book is for ages 8-12. These are awesome ideas for anyone spending lots of time in the car over the holidays (road trip, anyone). Also nice to have on those snowy winter days when time spent outside is a bit more limited. 

8. Holiday Legos Mini

Mini Lego Sets are another fun activity to have on hand for kids over the holiday break. This cute Rudolph Lego Set is adorable! 

9. Custom Cookies

This year I wrapped up individual boxes of Crumbl Cookie for the kids Christmas baskets. But you could also order custom cookies that are delivered to your door from Frost Your Cookie! Cutest idea. If you're local, I love Sawyers Sweets.

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Don't forget to check out these blogs for more gift ideas:

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Men

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Women

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Teens

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Boys

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Girls

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Grandparents

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Teachers

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Love these goofballs so much! Haha. The holidays are truly so magical with them. I hope these 9 filler ideas for kids Christmas baskets was helpful! Wishing you all the Merriest Christmas.

Love, Stef

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