Disney Stocking Fillers

Who doesn’t love Disney? With a huge back catalogue of movies and cast of well-known characters, everyone has a favourite. There’s no shortage of Disney merchandise around, ranging from the affordable to downright extortionate. To help you find the perfect gift this Christmas, I’ve pulled together my favourite Disney stocking fillers.

Chip socks

Beauty and the Beast has seen a resurgence after the live action remake this year, so there are A LOT of products around. These cute little socks are from Dorothy Perkins and feature Chip blowing bubbles.

Mrs Potts & Chip lip gloss

Another Beauty and the Beast gift, this adorable lip gloss set is from Debenhams. It’s currently out of stock, but you may be able to nab one in your local store!

Cinderella mug

Debenhams have a great Disney range this year. I love this ‘Bibbidi, Bobbidi, Brew!’ mug, but you’ll need to try in store again if you want to get your hands on it.

Cogsworth & Lumiere tree decorations

Bring the magic of Beauty and the Beast to your home with these decorations. Arguably the best characters in the movie, nobody deserves a spot on your Christmas tree more!

Winnie the Pooh keyring

Affordable and adorable, this little keyring is from Clintons. If you’re looking for a Secret Santa present with a £5 limit, this is a great option for a Disney fan.

Tsum Tsum

I adore Tsum Tsums! These stackable plushies come in different sizes, but the smallest are a total bargain at only £3. You can find nearly every Disney character imaginable, as well as festive editions like little Mickey above.

Disney Top Trumps

The perfect Christmas party game, why not give your favourite Disney fan Top Trumps? The card game features a variety of characters with different stats – the aim of the game is to collect all the cards from your opponents. Simple, yet fun!

Cinderella make-up bag

The Fairy Godmother clearly knew what she was talking about. This make-up bag from Truffle Shuffle is a great tongue-in-cheek gift with a quote from Cinderella.

Until next time,
Donna

 

 

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