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    Stocking Ideas?

    Basically my stepdad has given me the task of buying my mums stocking presents!
    Looking to spend £15-£20, only little presents, as he normally buys her like tissues bubble bath cottonwool balls etc
    Need about 9/10!
    Any ideas?
    Cheers
    Jack!

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    "he normally buys her like tissues bubble bath cottonwool balls etc "

    god shes loved!! :w00t:

    erm.. a book, dvd, perfume, jewellery

    poundland ftw

    Buying your mum her stockings is just wrong. :w00t:

    Chocolate orange,they seem to be a pound everywhere or 3 for 2 at Morrisons.

    £3.99 p & p - claim 15% discount PF15

    loads of little things - look in £1 deals as well

    halfcost.co.uk/web…l=y

    slippers x

    bath bombs

    deb8z;7265576

    Chocolate orange,they seem to be a pound everywhere or 3 for 2 at … Chocolate orange,they seem to be a pound everywhere or 3 for 2 at Morrisons.



    3 for 1!

    Babbabooey;7266024

    3 for 1!



    I knew what i meant lol

    [SIZE="3"]Not sure if your mum would be too impressed, but i'm sure your stepdad with go for this stocking filler........[/SIZE]





    http://i779.photobucket.com/albums/yy74/sugar_ann_spice/Christmas/sexy-christmas3-Ladys-in-Red-Sexy-P.jpg

    home bargains have quite alot of nice stocking fillers, i bought a whole load of cupcake themed stuff the other day, mugs, cookie jar, bath bombs, tea towels, they have nice boxes of sweets, like irish cream thins,and chocolate covered nuts and fruit, maynards range, lots of different fudge, and liquor filled chockies. v got most my novelty/stocking filler type items from there.

    socks/ bath bombs/ chocolates/gloves/small bottle wine- go to places like poundland, home bargains and b&m.
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