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Christmas wouldn’t quite be complete without a stocking, but filling them might present you with a bit of a festive headache. 

Here are 5 stocking filler ideas to help you to surprise your loved ones this Christmas.

Pop! Vinyl figures

Pop! Vinyl figures have become increasingly popular over the past few years and now encompass a huge range of icons from the world of television, video games, sports and cinema.

There are hundreds of these figures to collect, with characters from Disney and Marvel to Stranger Things and Back to the Future recreated into Pop! Vinyl form.

With the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, why not check out the latest range from a galaxy far, far away?

3D Globe puzzle

Discover the countries of the world with this detailed 3D globe jigsaw puzzle.

This 540-piece jigsaw from John Lewis will make for a nice novelty gift or can used as an educational gift for young children.

And the best thing? It will keep small and big kids busy while they’re waiting for their Christmas dinner. 

Lego Helicopter

Take to the skies with a 2-in-1 Lego helicopter.

Consisting of 199 blocks, this kit includes a selection of stickers, a controllable tail rudder and detailed Lego engine with moving pistons.

This robust model will be a good addition to any avid Lego fan’s collection. 

Hogwarts playing cards

Enjoy a trip to the wizarding world of Harry Potter with these bespoke playing cards.

Featuring detailed illustrations of the four houses, the cards  replace the traditional suits with the colours of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Slytherin and Ravenclaw. 

Microwavable boots

Don’t let the cold weather stop you from being warm and cosy – treat your feet with these fluffy, microwavable slippers. stocks pairs in pink and white which are lavender scented and available in sizes 3 to 7. 


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