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Present ideas for a 13 and 11 year old daughters?

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twolittledarlings Fri 29-Aug-14 00:32:11

I need double the amount of presents as one has a birthday on Christmas Eve and the other on the 19th.

Ideally 1-2 big presents and around 30+ medium

Alonglongway Fri 29-Aug-14 00:59:30

iPad mini
iTunes credit (mine would kill for that)
lush products
Box set of books to work through
Fluffy pjs and socks
Cool shoes - Converse/Clarks Hamble play well with my 2
Notebooks and pens
Ear phones
Bedding set
Cookie kits - think the brand is Scarlett's - ready to go set in a kilner jar

Beenspotted Fri 29-Aug-14 13:26:31

Mine are obsessed with a stationary shop called Blott. Great for stocking fillers. Will be following this for more ideas though. The eldest has discovered The White Stuff for clothes recently.

Beenspotted Fri 29-Aug-14 13:26:32

Mine are obsessed with a stationary shop called Blott. Great for stocking fillers. Will be following this for more ideas though. The eldest has discovered The White Stuff for clothes recently.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 29-Aug-14 15:00:55

I have a 12 yo DD (so right in between your DD ages)
Things she likes:

Office (Vans/Converse)
So gift vouchers for there

Earrings (she loves those shambala studs, not wearing drops or hoops yet)
Nail varnish (especially OPI - the tiny bottles are ideal, she has little hands)

Blott - YY rubbers, pencil cases

Have you looked at "Young Drivers" - they need to be 11yo+ and 5' tall, but you can book a 30 or 60 minute driving lesson (we do in Lakeside or Bluewater. It runs up to Nov then after January as they need all the car-parks at Christmas)


Yankee Candles

Costa Coffee Card (I buy a £20 for DD )

Hotel Chocolate do those "Selectors" - small pack (about 6) chocolates in a pack, about £3-4. Or a bar of chocolate.

spottymoo Fri 29-Aug-14 15:16:35

Dds list of ideas I've put together so far we don't get everything off the list in one go but keep the list running for birthday

Smart tv
Jack wills hoody
Jack wills tshirt
Hogwarts hoody
Victoria secrets pink pants
Eyeshadow set
Pandora charms
American m&ms
Popcorn movie box dvd etc
Hot chocolate box
Wreck it journal
Urban outfitters sandwich box
Tyr swim bag & mummy bag
Swim hats
Ted baker smelleys
Everyday crossover bag
Aqua converse
iTunes card
Diary of Ann frank
Waterproof mp3
VS pink waterbottle

Big list but lots of ideas dd will be nearly 13 at christmas

redkindof Fri 29-Aug-14 15:21:21

Is the 13 year old into make up if so loads of discount bits on fragrance direct and good brand nail varnish for £1 I always get a load of bits for stoking fillers.

twolittledarlings Mon 01-Sep-14 00:28:16

Thank you all for your ideas.

A few to bear in mind. I love the coffee voucher ( they love Starbucks)
And itune voucher though they are both using my itune account

Got them the smart tv and beanbag last year
Mini ipad the year before that
Just bought them converses, a jack will hoody and canvas bag

I get them bedding sets every year and the both get a set each from my best friend as well.

I know my older daughter wants a pandora bracelet and they both want to play the guitar so need to shop around for that.

Want to get another stacker box for their stacker that they got last year.

Would recommend the little book of earrings for any girls that have their ears pierced.

I got them 3 perfumes last year each and they have still yet to open them.
Also their book set too have not been opened as the older one reads her books too quickly I as I buy lots for her, she tends to read her favourites first so still have some left. My younger one doesn't like reading. I try to encourage her to read by buying all sorts of books to no avail. She'll get a shock when she gets to secondary school.

Do need to get a watch for them but want to find a teenager style

twolittledarlings Mon 01-Sep-14 00:36:42

Would like to get lush as her friends using them but my dd has sensitive skin
She has a little makeup but she doesn't really use any of them. Not even nail varnish. It really depends if she can be bothered during the hols as she cannot wear any for school.

MTWTFSS Mon 01-Sep-14 09:14:14

Shower radio
Candy floss maker + popcorn maker + Chic flik DVD boxset

furcoatbigknickers Mon 01-Sep-14 09:19:15

Good thread, my dd is 13 a few weeks before xmas. I really just need stocking fillers as she wants an iphone.

Harrin Mon 01-Sep-14 16:41:33

I have three sisters aged 14, 12 and 11

Things they are asking for

Expensive shoes like Timberlands/Supras/Nike Air Force
Hair curlers
Wreck this journal
Good quality art stuff
Polaroid camera (Fujifilm Instax?)
Divergent merchandise
Hunger games merchandise
Beats/Skullcandy headphones

Earlybird Tue 02-Sep-14 12:42:06

There are some good ideas here.

Marking my place for future reference.

twolittledarlings Wed 03-Sep-14 15:06:04

For stocking fillers, last year and the year before, they received

Manicure set
Electric pencil sharpener
The usual chocs and fluffy socks
Quite a few sets of earrings
Hair accessories
Tangle teaser
Bath bombs
Micro-fibre Hair turban
Glow sticks
Led finger lights
Fancy pens
Handy mini mirrors
Baby lips lip balm and lipsmacker lip balms
Gorjuss memo block
Gorjuss storage tins
Gorjuss pencil tins and erasers
Nail vanish removal pads
Nail vanish
Rubik cube
Gorjuss journal
Juggle balls and book
Glitter tattoos
Box of post it
Shower comb
Phone cover
Gel pens
Zippy cases
Water sports bottle
Bracelets from claires

Most things are useful rather than plastic tat excluding the rubies but they did asked for that last year and printed the solutions online.
They both can now do the Rubik's cube as they have memorised the steps.

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