Our picks of the best inexpensive gifts to fill your stockings
In Anchor, $7, Starfish, $6, and Buoy, $8; seasideinspired.com
Plate, $10, and bowl, $4; 800/309-2500 or anthropologie.com
“These vibrant speckled sea-green dishes remind me of the ocean” ―Alison Miller, associate editor
In Red Velvet, Peach Bellini, and Summer Crush, $3 each; sephora.com
In Navy and White, $4.95 for set of six; seasonaldelights.etsy.com
With yellow birch cover, $8; nightowlpapergoods.com
“This sweet notebook isn’t just a pretty stocking stuffer; it’s also made out of 100% recycled pages” ―Tempy Segrest, senior designer
$9.99; 212/244-4025 or jamaligarden.com
“I love that this gift can be many things: a paperweight, a bookend, or a pretty decoration for your table” ―Sarah Latta, assistant features editor
$8 for 12 cards; knockknock.biz
This holiday season you won’t have to stockpile Prozac before you take that cross-country flight with the whole family to Grandma’s house. The kids will be entertained for hours with this portable game.
In White and Coral, $8 each; seasideinspired.com
These ornaments might have a small price tag but they’re not short on style. Once you’ve taken down the tree, stack them in hurricane vases for a tabletop masterpiece.
$9.50 each; homebytheseashore.com
No one said home decor accessories had to cost a bundle. Hang stockings on these adorable sea critter hooks for a coastal Christmas.