Today I have for you a round-up of Christmas gifts ideas for Teenage Girls. The list is broken down into two categories. Gifts to Make for teenage girls and gifts you can buy. I’ve even included a section for small stocking stuffer gift ideas!
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I think I’ve mentioned it before, I have 2 teenage girls. Actually correction, one of them is over 20, so technically she’s not a “teen” anymore.
I’ve always been passionate about still creating handmade gifts for kids as they grow into their teenage years. Some of my kid’s favorite Christmas presents in past years have been quilts and blankets that I have made for them. Don’t JUST make a quilt for a baby, make one for the teen in your life too!
Here’s a roundup gifts to DIY or buy for teen girls, if you like these ideas you may also love the projects in my book! (also makes a great gift for a teen or tween that loves to sew)
Also, be sure to check out my post with 3 Tips for Creating Handmade Gifts for Teens.
14 Gifts to Make for Teenage Girls (and Tweens)
10 + Christmas Gift Ideas for Teenage Girls; Things to Buy
10 Small Gifts & Stocking Stuffer Ideas
1. Sheet Face Masks Have you seen the photos of people that look like they have a face-shaped paper on their face? Well, they are using a face mask (took me a while to figure that out). These masks are fun, I guarantee lots of giggles while they are using them.
2. Perfume Sampler– My daughter got this as a gift for my husband last year. It’s a sampler of perfume, that comes with a coupon for a full-size version of one of the fragrances. They can try out which ones they like before they buy.
3. Nail Polish Kit– It’s nail polish, enough said 🙂
4. EarBuds– My daughter keeps borrowing mine, she needs to get her own.
5. AirPods Pro – These are a bit pricey but so much better than the original edition. I can’t live without mine and my girls ADORE theirs!
6. Fuzzy Socks– My kids LIVE in these during the winter.
7. Makeup Blender Sponge– Cute packaging and it helps apply makeup smoothly.
8. EOS lip balm – You can never have too many in my opinion.
9. POP Socket- I don’t know how I ever lived without mine. I even have a hook to attach it in my car.
10. Battery Power Bank – Great for charging phones when you’re “out” all day long.
louise Ambrosi says
Inspiring as always! Thanks for the great ideas!
Can I find the tutorial or instructions for the adorable flamingos pocket pillow ?
I’d love to make this for my daughter but I’m a beginner sewer so I couldn’t figure it out by just looking at it
Melissa Mortenson says
The pattern is in my book “Project Teen”. It’s linked in the post.