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Christmas stocking pressies for 10 year old DD (going on 17!!)

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SerendipityAlways Thu 18-Nov-10 10:31:39

Love to hear what you're planning to give your DD as Christmas stocking pressies - she's totally over the pink fluffy stage and really in that "in between pre-teen " stage, thank you!

rubyrubyruby Thu 18-Nov-10 10:35:55

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Bluebell99 Thu 18-Nov-10 10:38:48

My dd (nearly 9) and I were browsing in Accessorize yesterday, and there were loads of nice things in there - chap sticks that looked like milk shakes, staitionary, pens, hair bobbles, bracelets etc, stickers, key rings!

tummytickler Thu 18-Nov-10 10:53:42

I find dd really easy for this kind of thing - she is 9.6, and in her stocking she will be getting

bracelets and neclaces
Hair accessories
joke book
CD
nice art supplies
posh chocolate
new socks
spy gadgets
small cuddly toy
lip balms and cute bubble bath set
astronout food

OhYouBadBadKitten Thu 18-Nov-10 10:57:14

tis harder when girls don't like girly stuff!
dd will be getting bath bombs and a little cook book and ermm..... dunno, some pony stuff maybe? kind of tempted by a pen knife. Also some not chocolate and some fun food bits.

SerendipityAlways Thu 18-Nov-10 11:17:58

Yes, shes moving away from a lot of the more traditional girly stuff, into her ipod and her clothes etc at the moment. Some great suggestions there though..

OhYouBadBadKitten Thu 18-Nov-10 11:21:30

'not chocolate'? that would be cruel - meant 'hot chocolate' !

iloveblue Thu 18-Nov-10 15:46:32

Try this website - makes me wish I had a daughter to buy for!

asdx2 Thu 18-Nov-10 18:57:48

itunes voucher, cinema tickets, word search book, piggy bank

VoldemortsNipple Thu 18-Nov-10 19:27:25

Boots 3for2s are great. They have loads of pre teen ranges and they're not all pink and fluffy.

Pre teen boys... now they are a problem.

QOD Thu 18-Nov-10 19:42:36

whats astronout food?

tummytickler Thu 18-Nov-10 19:51:05

QOD it is dehydrated ice cream and strawberries, supposedly the same as that they take on board a space shuttle. Comes in little pouches and very cheap

[http://www.hawkin.com/rkmain.asp?PAGEID=36841 here]

tummytickler Thu 18-Nov-10 19:51:41

Bugger

here

QOD Thu 18-Nov-10 20:13:55

OOOOOOOOOHHHHHHH num num num!

boocha Thu 18-Nov-10 21:41:34

iloveblue
my 11 year old daughter says thank you very much for that website , (going to cost me a fortune)some great stuff on there

ChristmasTrulyReigns Thu 18-Nov-10 21:50:28

My DDs (11, 9 and 7) love these Heidi Seeker mystery bags.

They are fab.

<off to look at chicki - thanks>

SerendipityAlways Sat 20-Nov-10 15:38:39

Thanks for all your great suggestions, I have been ill for past 2 days so only getting back online now!

ChristmasTrulyReigns Sat 20-Nov-10 16:44:28

Glad you're feeling better Serend.

smile

SerendipityAlways Sat 20-Nov-10 17:22:24

Yes thanks ChristmasT, and thanks in particular for the Heidi Seeker bags, they look like fun! Have you bought these before? Typically whats in a bag?

ChristmasTrulyReigns Sat 20-Nov-10 18:09:24

Bought one for DD1's 11th birthday.

She had:

The bag.
Blue tshirt with HS logo on.
Cupcake brooch.
Lightning keyring.
Funky green purse.
Hairslides.
A pen.
Alice band.

I think it's good value and they get a real buzz opening them!!

SerendipityAlways Mon 22-Nov-10 12:29:46

Thanks so much Christmas T - thats just been ordered! Appreciated!

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