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Any recommndations for an Advent Calendar for 13 yo DD?

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dwinnol Wed 05-Nov-14 10:11:06

DS (9) will have a Lego one as usual but I think DD's Lego days are over, sadly.
I can't let have one of those little chocolate ones while he's opening Lego packs can I?

She likes make up, Taylor Swift, something called Viners and other usual early teen stuff.

canyou Wed 05-Nov-14 10:17:16

Could you use a cloth reusable one and fill it with pound shop hair and make up stuff ? And you could reuse and refill it every year

Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 10:32:43

any good?

I love this

and this


Chopsypie Wed 05-Nov-14 10:37:48

I think asos have a nail varnish one. No idea how much it is though!

dwinnol Wed 05-Nov-14 10:51:47

Gatekeeper - your links are gorgeous but I fear DD is not gong appreciate beautiful illustrations, as I would. She's in a very consumerist phase right now. Sigh
But the first link could be a go-er, thanks
Chopsy - I had the Ciate calendar from DP last year and it is gorgeous, but a bit too costly against the Lego one.

dwinnol Wed 05-Nov-14 10:53:07

Canyou - I think that's going be the answer. I'm working full time these days so I was hoping for a solution delivered to the door.

dwinnol Wed 05-Nov-14 11:01:36

I was thinking of something like this, but the price!!!!

Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 11:09:47

any good?

SoonToBeSix Wed 05-Nov-14 11:15:36

Top shop do a jewellery calendar for £25 , can't link sorry.

ihatethecold Wed 05-Nov-14 11:17:34

How about a Lindt chocolate one.
Bit more classy than the usual choc ones.

ihatethecold Wed 05-Nov-14 11:42:35

Heres one of the Lindt ones
There is a cheaper one also.

ihatethecold Wed 05-Nov-14 11:45:57

There is a primark one for £15 that's got nail varnish in.

dwinnol Wed 05-Nov-14 12:05:22

Soontobesix - perfect, I've ordered this one

Thanks all

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