Pirate Stocking Fillers
14th December 2015
At Charlie and the Pirates we love anything pirates (as you know!) so I wanted to share a top 10 list of pirate inspired stocking fillers.
Everyone loves a novelty plaster and the Rex Pirate plasters don’t disappoint. They come in a super cute box although a girl pirate would be nice too. £3.50
Pop Up Pirate is an all time classic that I am a massive fan of! It is easy to set-up, doesn’t matter if you lose a piece (well not too many) and it is a pretty quick game. Enough said! £9.99- £13.99
Mini pirate sound effects is an awesome little number. Great to get the kids into character but terrible on your ears after a while. £5.99
For the younger pirate fans this soft, cutish and soft Maileg baby rattle is fab. What’s better is it even washes at 30 degrees! £10
I know my eldest pirate would love this Calafont build and decorate your self cardboard pirate ship with a stand alone treasure chest (it comes in the colour white and no, it doesn’t include pens or paints). £16.50
We love pretty much everything from Baby Bandits but these grey leggings make a perfect stocking filler. They are available in sizes 6-12 months up to 5-6 years. They are just so damn cool! £15-£18
For the slightly older pirate fans (6+) there are these shrinkables pirates. Kids can colour in the individual pirates, then once they have been in a hot oven for a short while they become plastic figures – neat or what? £5
This is quite a punchy stocking filler but I absolutely love Gardner and the Gangs shark sweater. The bright colours look great on both boys and girls, this brand is seriously cool for really small and bigger kids. It is currently on sale at Sidney Boo. £27
Sticking on the clothing theme these Slugs & Snails Ahoy Tights feature the timelessly funky scull and crossbones tights. Although these tights have been designed for boys there is no reason why girls can’t wear them too. They are supper soft too and made from a luxury organic cotton. £13.00
This Ragtales Pirate Tooth Fairy is much loved in our house and although it has only safely delivered two teeth to Tinkerbell (apparently that is the name of the tooth fairy in our house!) the excitement reaches epic levels. I can’t explain why we all like this slightly strange looking doll but we do – it just seems to have some use! £12.99 – £19.99
I hope your little pirates enjoy these treats.