Bursting with treats and goodies!
Are you hanging up your stocking on the wall? You should be because Santa Claus is coming to town
. The problem is ol’ beardy face has got a lot on his plate this time of year. And so have you. So don’t go crackers deciding what to buy friends and family this Christmas. Let Firebox
do it for you.
Firebox Christmas Stockings
are high quality, fur-trimmed stockings stuffed with a stunning selection of tinsel-quiveringly original gifts
sourced from our vast supplier database. With four ‘fillings’ to choose
from (For Him, For Her, Child One, Child Two) you’re sure to find a stocking to suit any recipient. Joyful and triumphant? Not half!
(L to R) Tattoo Graffiti Pen Set, Skeleton Mug, Drumstick Pencil, Blood Bath Shower Gel, Microwave Egg Poacher, Chocolate Cigarettes and Fortune Teller Fish
(L to R) Gin & Titonic Ice Cube Tray, Get The Hint Magnets, Mini Hottie Hand Warmer, Bomb Cosmetics Bubbly Bath, Montezuma's Chocolate Bar, Sugar Mice (one included), Fortune Teller Fish and Ice Cream Lip Balm
So what kind of pressies are we talking about? Well, much as we hate to jingle our own bells, when it comes to selecting brilliantly unusual gifts
we sure know our (sage and) onions. There are retro gifts, edible surprises, toys, quirky kitchen gadgets – we could go on. So we will: balloon animals, pampering products, fortune telling fish… the list is endless. Okay it isn’t but we can’t name everything so check out the full list at the bottom of this page
For Child 1
For Child 2
(L to R) Balloon Animals kit, 3D Doodle Kit, illoom Balloons, Magic Wriggler, Bouncy Ball Kit, Fortune Teller Fish, Ghost LED Keychain and White Chocolate Fish & Chips
(L to R) Twistix, Lonpos Cosmic Creatures, Gelli Baff, Scented Erasers, Glow Bangles, Fun Bandz, Double Dip and Fortune Teller Fish
Because each stocking contains several uniquely quirky items you’re sure to top everyone’s 2010 pressie originality barometer
. And let’s face it, trawling the shops for little gifts with a big difference is often what takes the longest. Indeed, short of nicking a pre-packed stocking off the back of Santa’s sleigh we can think of no better way to crank up the Christmas cheer. (No satsumas were harmed during the making of these stockings).