Looking for fun and inexpensive stocking stuffer for Disney fans? This list has you covered, with Christmas gifts for kids and adults–all $15 or less. There are great books, toys, household goods, and accessories, and more on this buying guide.
Even though the “sale season” is (supposedly) over, many of these are still available for their discounted Black Friday/Cyber Monday prices. This includes a ton of Disney items–everything from board games to toys to puzzles to books to travel accessories. Suffice to say, we’re expecting Amazon’s Holiday Deals to continue until Christmas Day.
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On with our list of the best stocking stuffers for Christmas—we’ll add more items to this list as we find more, or receive additional reader recommendations!
Mirabel Encanto Fashion Doll– All things Encanto still seem incredibly popular, so getting this as part of the $10 off $50 deal seems noteworthy. It’s one of a few Encanto and princess items that are part of the special offer.
Princess Activity Tote– Also pretty far from my area of expertise, but this playset looks fun and is another cheap gift option. Part of the $10 off $50 deal.
Frozen 2 Walk & Glow Bruni The Salamander – This is not simply a salamander plush. Press the button on his back and Bruni the Fire Spirit’s flames glow thanks to LED lighting effects. This sizzling salamander even walks and features sound effects from the film. Part of the $10 off $50 deal.
Thomas Kinkade 2024 Disney Calendar – You’ve seen Kinkade’s work if you’ve ever been in an Art of Disney store. It’s the dreamy, improbably-lit paintings that you want to step inside. With their mix of artistry and impressionism, Kinkade’s Disney designs are mesmerizing, and this calendar is a great way to look at them all year long…without spending $1,000+ on a painting!
Thomas Kinkade Disney Coloring Books– Mentioning this because there are a lot of Kinkade-Disney fans. We love his studio’s actual art, but are not huge fans of the coloring books. (Isn’t the whole point of Kinkade the color and light?!) Still a great deal.
Christmas Mickey Mouse Santa Red Graphic T-Shirt – I love the vintage look of this shirt, featuring pie-eyed Mickey Mouse as Santa Claus. This would be great with a simple “Walt Disney World” or “Disneyland” script below it; all of this year’s park Christmas clothes have way too much going on.
Mickey Mouse Iconic Coffee Sign– I posted this half-jokingly with our Black Friday roundup, and many of you absolutely loved it. Honestly, I kind of want it now. It’s just so weird and funny and definitely not what you’d expect of Mickey Mouse. But hey, even mice need their morning mocha, I guess?!
Joffrey’s Coffee – Disney Merry Mint Brew – This flavorful medium roasted coffee is a mix of peppermint and sweet white chocolate, bringing the true taste of the holidays to your mug! Part of the Disney Specialty Coffee Collection. (Seriously, though–this should be served somewhere at Walt Disney World; would love for it to be the ‘flavor’ of a resort at Christmas.)
Bumkins Disney Mickey Mouse Suction Set – Mickey Mouse-shaped “first feeding” set helps you transition your baby to self-feeding. The suction base keeps the bowl from sliding or flipping over; great for use on highchair trays or tables.
Baby Yoda Coffee Mug– This hand-painted mug featuring Grogu from the Mandalorian is absolutely adorable.
Funko Pop! Chip ‘n’ Dale Christmas Treasures Game – As a huge fan of Pluto’s Christmas Tree, this was an “instant order” for me. The fast-paced, easy-to-learn card game features beautiful illustrations inspired by the classic 1950’s Disney Christmas cartoons. Perfect for Christmas Eve with the family around the fireplace.
Disney Villains Monopoly— Not really stocking stuffer sized, but certainly the right price at $15. This is a fun twist on Monopoly, with Poison Apple and Power cards, plus players hiring infamous Disney villains, and buying and selling Villain Contracts instead of locations.
Something Wild! Mickey & Friends Character Card Game – Another fast-paced and easy-to-learn family card game featuring beloved Disney characters and Pop! pocket figures. Somehow, this has flown under our radar until now–despite coming out last year and already having 4,000+ reviews and a stellar 4.5/5 rating on Amazon!
Fab Five Sock Set– No one likes getting socks for Christmas. An exception could be made for this adorable set featuring Mickey, Minnie, and the rest of the gang.
Baby Yoda Stuffed Character– Not exactly a plush, this 11-inch Grogu toy has a soft body, plus a sturdy base filled with beans, perfect for cuddling or display as a collectible. Winner of a Toy of the Year Award.
While we definitely aren’t the target audience for the stories, we absolutely adore the art and style–they’re great for anyone with kids, theme park fans, or anyone who was a kid and has fond memories of Little Golden Book. Give them a browse if you don’t believe us!!!
Disney 5-Minute Christmas Stories– Join in the festivities of the season as Mike and Sully race to light the big Christmas tree, Alice finds the Red Queen’s present, Peter Pan brings Christmas to Never Land, and more!
A Merry Christmas Cookbook – It’s lovely weather for cooking a holiday dish together with your favorite Disney characters. With simple instructions and colorful photos of each treat, spending time indoors has never been so much fun.
Disney Princess Cookbook — From Rapunzel’s Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel’s Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses’ many adventures.
Disney Christmas Storybook Collection— Join Ralph and Vanellope as they throw a Christmas party just for the Bad Guys; trim the tree with Woody, Buzz and the rest of the Toy Story gang; follow Elsa as she tries to create the best holiday ever for her sister, Elsa; and more.
Disney Storybook Collection— A large, 300+ page hardcover book retelling several classic Disney stories complete with artwork from the Disney Archives.
Disney Baby Minnie Mouse Go Pull-Down Toy – A developmental toy to help a baby to learn & grow. Featuring bead rattle, crinkle texture, chime, teethers & textured rings, your baby will want to play all day.
Frozen 2 Hair Accessory Kit– No clue about this one. Sarah says, “little kids will love this.” I’ll take her word for it–she would know!
Spud Lightyear Mr. Potato Head – This Mr. Potato Head as Buzz Lightyear toy is inspired by the beloved character from Toy Story 4. Includes 10 accessories. Makes this list almost exclusively because “Spud Lightyear” cracks me up. (It’s the little things.)
What Disney-related items have you for stocking stuffers thus far? Do you have any ‘gift traditions’ for Christmas that would be good inexpensive gifts or stocking stuffers? Anything you’re eyeing during the ongoing pre-Christmas sales? Any questions about any of the items on this list? Are any of these deals dead (let us know so we can keep everything current)? We love hearing from readers, so please share some of your favorite holiday deals, or any other thoughts or questions you have, in the comments!