Small Yet Mighty Gifts

Stocking Stuffers for Grown Ups
Good things come in small packages! Here are our picks for interesting, unique designs to tuck in a stocking or pop in the mail. Don’t let their size fool you – these gifts make a big impression.

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Perpetual Desk Calendar – $18

You’ll never need to replace this helpful calendar. Simply turn the dials to display the month and match up the dates. We love the easy-to-read, practical design. Made in Japan.

Pocket Tape Measure- $14

We’re often surprised how often a tape measure comes in handy. Here’s one that’s easy to keep in your pocket or bag so you’re always prepared.

Brass Incense Holder – $7

This two-piece holder includes a brass ring with a separate ball, allowing you to adjust the angle at which you burn incense. Two holes fit either Indian or Japanese sticks. Made in Japan.

Mini Clip Board – $10

Keep your smallest papers tidy and ready to mark up with this tiny clip board. Kids find it extra fun, too.

MagnetPal – $13

Hide-a-key, retrieve dropped metal objects from small spaces, store drill bits or sewing needles, find screws of other small metal objects lost in carpet…the list goes on and on – over 100 uses suggested!

Brass Whistle Keychain – $10

Handy for bicyclists but also works as a security whistle. Available in brass or silver finish.


Brass Double Pencil Sharpener – $9

A solid brass sharpener that will stand the test of time. Made by Dux, a company that’s been manufacturing high-quality sharpeners in Germany since 1918.

Wine Os – $18

A sophisticated set of 12 merino wool rings, the perfect size to fit around the stem of your glass. Perfect for keeping track of whose glass is whose. Made in the USA.

Marimekko Ornament – $15

A sweet heart-shaped ornament you’ll want to display long after Christmas. Featuring the iconic Unikko pattern.

Wilhelmina Peppermints – $3

Sizeable, not too sweet, and they are even pretty. A portrait of Princess Wilhelmina herself graces each and every mint. Made in the Netherlands since 1892.

Marimekko Spoon – $14

Appetizers, jam, coffee…you’ll find all sorts of reasons to use this sweet spoon.

Sweetfire Strikable Fire Starters – $7

Box contains 20 match points which are infused with vegetable wax to allow for up to 7 minutes of burn time each. Srikeable tip can be used with striker on the box so no need to bring matches.


Topo Designs Micro Accessory Bag – $13

No more digging at the bottom of your bag! Great for change, chapstick, keys, you name it – this versatile pouch will keep you organized and ready to go. Made in the USA.

Leschi Lantern – $14

The Leschi’s hybrid design telescopes into a lantern or collapses into a powerful, compact flashlight for more focused lighting. Can also be operated as an emergency strobe. Water resistant and runs on AA batteries.

Marimekko Notepad Set – $12.95

A set of two notebooks, handy for making lists and taking notes. Featuring the iconic Räsymatto and Siirtolapuutarha patterns.

Whiskey Stones – $8

Chill these soapstone cubes in the freezer and they are ready to chill your next dram. Clever package design slips right over the neck of a bottle of whisky. Made in the USA.

Rex Vegetable Peeler – $10

This tool’s ergonomic handle makes peeling a breeze. Great for vegetables and fruits, as well as slicing chocolate, and cheese. Pivoting steel blade is tempered to resist rust. Made in Switzerland.

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