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Guitargirl Wed 07-Nov-12 15:28:19

I have 2 teenage girls to buy for from the family - one aged 13 and one aged 15. They are into David and Goliath stuff so thought I could get them a hoodie from there but am not sure which ones they already have. My aunt (their mum) is notoriously bad at getting back to me so it's no good asking her. I have previously bought them personalised graffiti style kitbags which they loved. Have already bought them some Christmas smellies so am looking for something around the £30 mark. What are your teenagers into?

Annunziata Wed 07-Nov-12 15:58:11

Oh, there was a good thread on here a few weeks back.

Pyjamas, chocolate, itunes vouchers, shop vouchers (I have never heard of David and Goliath or else I'd suggest other places they might like), nail varnish. Mine get a lot of smellies but really they'd prefer to buy their own, so maybe check brands first.

Guitargirl Wed 07-Nov-12 16:04:03

Thanks - I will have a look back through older threads.

GrimmaTheNome Wed 07-Nov-12 16:09:37

My teen is into windsurfing gear, so apart from a new wetsuit she's getting a hoody like [[http://www.cafepress.co.uk/+windsurfing_evolution_kids_hoodie,268098255 this] grin....maybe not too helpful, but if you've any idea what they are into, Cafe Press will have something! (she's also getting a water bottle for school with dachshunds on from there).

I may get her a onesie instead of the trad xmas eve PJs this year.

4forkssake Wed 07-Nov-12 20:19:14

Magnetic nail varnish (Super drug & new look do some fairly cheap), onesies from primark, make up a hamper, cookery, movie night, pamper that sort of thing depending what they're in to, cinema vouchers.

ISingSoprano Wed 07-Nov-12 20:21:27

I swear by cinema vouchers for teenage nephews and nieces - I usually wrap them with a large bag of popcorn or sweets.

I had a thread in this topic recently - I'm sure it will still be here if you look back a page or two.

Do you want a pressie or would vouchers do? Topshop vouchers always seem tog o down well. I also really like doing a mug with a Starbucks voucher, a Starbucks chocolate coin and candy cane in. Cinema vouchers a great idea too.

Fluffy socks always go down well, as do new dressing gowns (all the teenage girls I know like to completely slob out in snuggly snuff when at home!). Hot chocolate, chocolates, mini marshmallows, magazines all good too. Magazine subscription?

Hoodies which you get printed with their names or nicknames? My dd did those for my two girls a few years ago and they still wear them and think they are great.

rhondajean Wed 07-Nov-12 23:47:51

Prezzybox have a fab thing, it's a cushion which plays yournipod or mp3 but only you can hear it when you lie down on it.

I've got dd1 one, I think she will love it. It was about £16 plus delivery, there was a £5 off code floating about too, only problem will be wrapping!

rhondajean Wed 07-Nov-12 23:48:13

Cushion? Pillow!

Guitargirl Sun 11-Nov-12 21:13:36

Ooo, I like all these ideas, I might go for a personalised hoodie - am looking at banana moon at the moment.

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