Stocking Stuffers for the Nurse in Your Life

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I hope you have already purchased a scrub set or possibly some comfortable work shoes as the main gift for the Nurse in your life this holiday season. If so, wonderful, but have you thought about what you can put in their stocking? Stocking stuffers can easily be forgotten about in this busy holiday season. Don’t fret, because Tafford has already done the hard work for you and put together a whole category in our Holiday Gift Center dedicated to help you find the perfect stocking stuffers for your Nurse.

havingfunAdd a little fun to her uniform with these colorful socks. Go wild and mix and match dots and stripes. These socks are sure to lighten her patient’s day.

There are three pairs of socks per pack. 80% cotton, 15% spandex, 5% nylon.
See more from our selection of socks.

204PENLTA Prestige Medical Bright LED Penlight is a necessity for every nurse and can be a great stocking stuffer. And we all know every nurse needs more than one.

Push Button Activated, Metal Construction, Bright LED Illumination, Includes One AAA Battery, Available in: Black, Hot Pink, Purple, Royal, Red and Silver.
See more penlight options.

6053LANYA Prestige Medical Retractable Lanyard is perfect to fill in the smaller empty spaces in her goodie filled stocking. Getting her a high quality retractable lanyard is a gift that she will use every day. The five different color options in this style make it easy for you to find a lanyard that is perfect for her taste.

Detachable Retracteze™ on a lanyard with quick release buckle. Extends up to 23″ and includes a breakaway safety clasp.
If this one doesn’t fit your nurses fashion check out more badge holders.

To see all of the Stocking stuffers check out our selection in the Holiday Gift Center at

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