Fuzzikins Craft Cozy Cats are available from Interplay or with my affiliate link below. RRP £12.99, suitable for children ages 3+.

Fuzzikins Craft – A fuzzy world of creativity, imagination and play! It’s bed time for three adorable cats. Colour them and make them cozy in their beds. This kit includes 3 cat figurines, felt tip pens, a brush, sleeping bags and plenty of other accessories to customise and play with. What colour are your cats? Do they have patterns on?

I am always on the look out for girly gifts for my nieces, and these cute little cats caught my eye. I think they are something I would have enjoyed doing at their age so will be adding them to my shopping list. Buying for girls is a dilemma in my house where boys dominate. In-fact until 8 years ago I only ever bought gifts for boys.

I love the Interplay kits as they have such a great range including some great stocking filler gifts. Their living world sets have been great for inspiring the boy and his love of the natural world. While the Fuzzikins Cozy Cats would be loved by my niece. Have a look here to see what MotherGeek thought of the set. I love how these little customizable figures turned out.

I have one set of Fuzzykins Cozy Cats to give away and you can enter with my gleam app below.

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My kids each have a little Christmas stocking of their own, which I fill with items such as chocolate coins, stationary, novelty socks, a pack of top trumps etc

Chocolate coins, bath bombs, stationary and lots of little things that I can’t be bothered to wrap. hehehe Kim Carberry recently posted…Jus-Rol’s Bake it fresh range.

Always a chocolate orange, a tangerine, lots of tube sweets, small gifts like stretchy figures and spinning tops.
I always throw in a mini beanie baby as well.

They always have some chocolate coins in their stockings plus wrapped small toys and books. The idea is to be able to keep them occupied for at least 30 minutes so I can wake up properly 🙂 Lydia Graham recently posted…Halloweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen Baking!

traditional is the chocolate coins, apple satsumer and tooth brush but then find other random little things i think they will like. My hubby always insists on putting coal in for to illustrate the times they have been naughty.

They each have their own Christmas pillowcase which sits on the end of their bed and which Santa fills on Christmas Eve with their favourite small pocket-money toys, plus one or two larger toys that they wrote to Santa asking for and a few nuts and sweets.

For my daughter Little things like shopkins, chocolate coins, colouring pens and nail varnishe. For my son, chocolate coins, Lego figures, toy cars and pens

My kids each have a little Christmas stocking of their own, which I fill with items such as chocolate coins, stationary, novelty socks, a pack of top trumps etc

i like to fill them will socks, sweets, traditional games like cards & jacks and blind bags

Chocolate coins, bath bombs, stationary and lots of little things that I can’t be bothered to wrap. hehehe

Kim Carberry recently posted…Jus-Rol’s Bake it fresh range.

Each year is something different but always some chocolate and edibles!

Always a chocolate orange, a tangerine, lots of tube sweets, small gifts like stretchy figures and spinning tops.

I always throw in a mini beanie baby as well.

usually put sweets and chocolates in and an orange of course!

Chocolate coins, and as many small toys as I can fit in!

Pjs

I-spy books

I always put in satsumas, choc coins, choc santa and some unusual toys

Chocolate coins, clementines, dried fruit a mini toy

nuts fruit choccy

sweets, socks lip balms and novelties

I buy some small smiggle bits, chocolate and anything else I see in the shops that will fit in

Usually bath bits, socks, sweets and chocolates

I buy sweets, smellies, socks and novelty bits

I buy all sorts of nic nacs and usually some kind of joke type thing

Puzzles little cars earrings toletteries are favourites

mars , snickers etc and batteries and blank CDs

Stuff like stationary, chocolates or smelluez

Always put a satsuma in them as well as some stationary, a piece of chocolate, some socks or jewellery and some stickers

Sweets, Chocolates, Hair Clips, Mini Games, Small Toys and stationery.

I don’t have anyone to do a stocking for 🙁

Chocolate coins! Also little things like tiny puzzles, pencil toppers, bouncy balls, all sorts of things.

Last year I bought some Russian doll sets for my nieces.

I tend to go in the £1 shop and get lots of little toys and sweets.

An orange at the bottom and then wee sweets, chocolate coins, pens and puzzles x

teddies

A little gift, some pens, socks, chocolate coins and a cracker.

Stationary, chocolate coins, socks and other little treats like that

Chocolate coins, a couple of small gifts, sweets and a cracker!

Bubble bath, fancy soaps, socks, sometimes spend more on stocking fillers than main prezzy

Socks, sweets, chocolates, games, bath goodies, makeup.

I fill with some sweets, paw patrol characters, toy cars and lego bags! 🙂

pocket money toys some bath bits and a sweet tube oh and a cuddly toy

Crayons, bubble bath, knickers/pants, chocolate and of course an apple and an orange

They always have some chocolate coins in their stockings plus wrapped small toys and books. The idea is to be able to keep them occupied for at least 30 minutes so I can wake up properly 🙂

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sweets, toys , dvds, anything that fits!

Pjs bubble bath etc 🙂

felt tips

Chocolate coins, a kinder egg and a toothbrush every year, plus little bits like toy cars, card games, crayons etc

usually sweets

I buy lots of little novelty items and a few sweets. I keep an eye out all year for stuff!

A mix of things but they love small game, pens, pencils, rulers that sort of thing

Chocolate, a DVD and small toy

I like to get stationery, selection box , toys and books

It varies, but they always have a small soft toy sitting at the top!

Books, jigsaws, stationary and anything that catches my eye.

I buy small gifts like sweets, socks, gloves and small toys

It tends to be chocolates and little gadgets x

tubes of sweeties and little toys x

its not very often I do stockings.

I normal put little chocolates and small toys! x

chocolate buttons, tangerine, walnut, small toy and a balloon.

chocolates, little cosmetics and vouchers

chocolate, satsumas, bubble bath and small toys

Bags of White Chocolate Mice

traditional is the chocolate coins, apple satsumer and tooth brush but then find other random little things i think they will like. My hubby always insists on putting coal in for to illustrate the times they have been naughty.

chocolates and small fun gifts like stationery or tiny books

Chocolate coins, clementines, Beauty treats

I put in lots of small things such as chocolate,card games,stationery,toiletries and always a pack of thank you cards.

I like to get them small craft sets to keep them busy and hopefully in their room a little longer!

Chocolate coins, a new toothbrush, sweets and small toy

Always an orange and a red apple along with socks, sweets and little knick knacks

Chocolate, socks, toiletries, stationary and other bits and pieces

Toiletries

Always chocolate coins! Plus hair clips, bracelets, colouring book and pens 🙂

Chocolate cio. Candy canes, hair bobbles, ear rings, lip balm

Choccy Coins, Money, Sweets, Socks!

Has to be one orange and some nuts for tradition and then chocolates and little trinkets.

Chocolate coins and small treats I have bought throughout the year

I haven’t even started my Christmas shopping yet but my mum will be getting candles and make up

Silly little bits and bobs, that the person receiving them will love along with sweet treats and socks!!

Always a satsuma, chocolate coins, nuts & shiny pennies with any other gifts collected over the year

Chocolate Santa and some little pocket money toys

chocolates

I always put in a small gift, some sweets, chocolate and anything else that I fancy putting into the stocking

Sweets, chocolate, smellies, socks, stationary, a clementine

Chocolate / sweets, bits for school – e.g. highlighters, pens, sketch pad, smellies, pocket money toys.

Sweets and toiletries 🙂

For the children sweeties and pocket money toys.

For my husband sweeties, ties, socks, mini figures.

Pocket money toys and things we have picked up from charity shops and car boot sales through the year. 🙂

They each have their own Christmas pillowcase which sits on the end of their bed and which Santa fills on Christmas Eve with their favourite small pocket-money toys, plus one or two larger toys that they wrote to Santa asking for and a few nuts and sweets.

a book, a little toy, chocolates, satsumas

All sorts of little cheap things and some sweets

Pyjamas, Slippers, Smarties and Gold Coins 🙂

little lego packets

Anything little and fiddly, especially chocolate coins, small figures and bouncy balls.

socks sweets whoopie cushion bits from £1 shop bubble bath

Small toys, chocolate, socks, books

For my daughter Little things like shopkins, chocolate coins, colouring pens and nail varnishe. For my son, chocolate coins, Lego figures, toy cars and pens

Tobelerone!! Although now they have changed….. who knows!

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usually some fruit, a small pack of sweets, some playdough, a small doll and socks lol

Chocolates, bubble bath, toothbrush, socks and pens or pencils.

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Oh a mix of mini games, trading cards. figures and sweets

A mix of games, sweets, toys and books normally.