This easy slippers gift idea is perfect for any occasion!
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Do you guys remember last year when my husband and I started a new tradition? Well we love our slippers so much that it’s definitely sticking, and this year I’m extending this tradition’s reach to other people we love. I want to give everyone slippers! I came up with a fun way to do it too…
How to put treats and gifts into your slippers and tie it all up with a bow.
I found these cute slippers and my first thought was that I wanted to buy them for myself, but it’s Christmas! So I bought them for a family member and stuffed a few small gifts and treats into them, channeling St. Nicholas, and wrapped it all up with a bow.
I love how when I go to Payless I am basically bombarded with great deals and a ton of options. There really is something for the whole family there. If you haven’t been lately I highly recommend stopping in there and giving it a go! Also, let me let you in on a secret, if you join their email list you will literally always have a coupon to use on top of the already low prices. You can get gifts for all kinds of people on your list! I think I am going to get some of these moccs for my brothers this year too, because my husband loves his.
Since this gift is for a girl whose interests are similar to mine, I filled these with lip balm, nail polish, chocolate, a relaxing face mask and a gift card. If I were to be filling guy slippers for my husband I’d probably put some new earbuds or some guitar picks in lieu of nail polish/face mask but the rest of the stuff could stay the same! You can print the gift card sleeve I used for free at this link.
I also did a guy’s version of this but with moccasin slippers! You can check that out here.
Do you have any standing holiday gift traditions? I would love to hear about them!
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