Stocking stuffers can be tricky—you want to fill them up with a few small gifts, but you also don’t want to break the bank. NeW is here to help! Here are five stocking stuffers the conservative girl in your life will love, all under $25 that she’ll be overjoyed to receive!
NeW Student Membership – $5.00/year
When we say this is the biggest bang for your buck you’ll ever get, we mean it! With her NeW student membership, your conservative girl will join the nation’s top organization for conservative women and connect with influential women leaders and peers across the country. This includes travel scholarships to attend CPAC, Leadership Retreat, and more; invitations to exclusive events, including intimate Book Club Q&A events with conservative leaders like Nikki Haley and Dana Perino; first access to NeW’s swag and Enlightened Ink magazine; and much more!
Jeremy’s Chocolate SheHer 4-Pack – $18.99
While woke chocolate brands like Hershey’s may have gone nuts, Jeremy’s Chocolate from The Daily Wire reminds us that “She/Her” does not have nuts. For a holiday treat that packs a real flavor punch(line), be sure to order Jeremy’s Chocolate for the conservative girl in your life. (If you’re looking for a sweet stocking stuffer for the conservative guy in your life, Jeremy’s Chocolate also makes HeHim Chocolate…which does have nuts.)
NeW American Flag Hat – $10.00
With NeW’s American flag hat, your conservative girl can rep her patriotism in style! Americana is so on trend right now, but regardless of the fashion pendulum swings, she’ll always love her NeW American flag hat.
Crystal Curb Chain Bracelet – $24.95
This gleaming curb chain adorned with cascading crystals captures the light with every movement, letting your conservative girl’s classic style to shine this holiday season!
NeW Stickers – $1.25-$2.50
From our “This Girl Runs on Coffee & Conservatism” Sticker to the classic “Educate, Equip, Empower” Sticker, NeW has the perfect stickers to add to water bottles, laptop cases, and everything in between!
This blog post was written by Darien Barrera, NeW Fall 2023 Communications Intern.