This time of year is capital B, busy! With class parties, teacher gifts, Santa, stockings, white elephant parties and more going on, something is almost bound to fall off your radar until the eleventh hour.
But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’re scrambling to fill the stocking or find the perfect last-minute teacher gift on a budget, we’ve teamed up with our newest sponsor, CVS, to bring you 4 Christmas-saving drug store hacks.
They’re all cute, clever and look like you put all kinds of thought into them…and the best part is, because it’s CVS, they’re also all incredibly budget friendly!
Hack #1 – The Unicorn Stocking
Unicorn everything is all the rage with girls right now.
You can put together this super simple unicorn stocking with all the must-have beauty products for your daughter this Christmas in five minutes flat.
Hack #2 – Christmas Traditions that Won’t Bust Your Budget
The best part about the holidays is our annual family traditions – but they don’t have to break the bank.
Three of our favorites include:
- Keeping puzzles out on the dining room table for everyone to do together off an one.
- A kids’ ornament exchange party.
- Giving each kid a window to decorate in the playroom with gel stickers (they LOVE these).
This year we got everything we needed this for all three at CVS Pharmacy.
Hack #3 – The Last-Minute Teacher Gift that Looks Anything But Thrown Together
Just because Korean beauty products are cult classics, doesn’t mean they have to be expensive!
Stock up for all the ladies on your Christmas list.
Hack #4 – The One-on-One Kid Date Stocking
Hot cocoa over cards is my kids’ favorite way to spend one-on-one time together so I try to keep a deck in my car at all times and find a time to take each of them to the local coffee shop at least once a month.
And who knew you could get these fun games at your local CVS Pharmacy? They make such great stocking stuffers!
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