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11 Year Old Niece

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squiggleirl1 Sun 01-Nov-15 22:20:53

DHs niece is 11, and we were thinking of spending 50/60 euro on her at Christmas. Thing is, we have no idea what to get her. She loves horses, but has all she needs for riding lessons etc.

I've asked her if there's anything she'd like, and she said 'Well Lego Friends is good.' She wasn't gushing about it, but did say she thought it'd be a good present. I've taken a look, and most Lego Friends stuff seemed more aimed at younger girls, rather than an 11 year old.

So I was wondering if anybody has any ideas of a great present for this age group please?


Partybugs Sun 01-Nov-15 22:52:57

11yr old girls are tricky to buy for.

My 11yr old still likes Lego and Playmobil but I think she's quite young.

If in doubt, get her Joules vouchers.|HORSE

frazzled74 Sun 01-Nov-15 22:58:42

New look voucher
Sharpie pens
Lush bath bomb,

321rd Sun 01-Nov-15 23:11:46

Lava lamp
Starbucks voucher
As pp said lush bath bombs etc
Nice stationary
Funky socks
Cover for electronic device-Claire's accessories have loads

Dancergirl Sun 01-Nov-15 23:15:01

My middle dd is nearly 13 and still loves Lego Friends.

RJnomaaaaaargh Sun 01-Nov-15 23:16:53

I don't think I'd buy an 11yo joules vouchers.

Yes it's a tricky age but I think that Lego is pretty ageless really and if she says she's like it I would go with it.

Titsywoo Sun 01-Nov-15 23:17:49

Smiggle stuff? They all seem to love that at this age.

DragonsCanHop Sun 01-Nov-15 23:22:57

Lush bath bombs and other lush smellies.

Grown up colouring book and pens

Costa voucher or claires.

BHS had some over priced huge jars of sweets that an 11 yr old would like

Argos do a mosque kit that my DD loves, she also like de vinchi, Lego is good as is a 3d puzzle.

Avebury Sun 01-Nov-15 23:31:49

Cheap digital camera or video camera?

Shutthatdoor Sun 01-Nov-15 23:33:00

Arts and craft stuff at least that is what my nieces list seems to be made up of

GloGirl Mon 02-Nov-15 09:10:49

My 11 year old nieces would want

Lush bombs
Wool for crafting
Crazy stationery from Paperchase
ITUNES vouchers
A picture for their room or a nice throw
Lip balm - either naice or crazy

Camera as said above is also a good idea

GloGirl Mon 02-Nov-15 09:11:11

Oh and crazy candles. But then my nieces are crazy.

SakuraSakura Mon 02-Nov-15 09:30:13

Lush smellies
Zoella stuff
Fuji instax camera
Starbucks voucher
Colouring books & nice pencils
Book voucher
Unicorn teddy
Fluffy socks
Photo frames for bedroom/cool fairy lights
Crafty sets like origami
Cookbook & apron
Anything Abercrombie

squiggleirl1 Tue 03-Nov-15 20:39:00

Thank you so much for all your suggestions.

I had never heard of smiggle, but I think my DD who's 7 might just fall in love with everything they have.

I think she'd like stiff like the colouring books, fairy lights, bath bombs, phone cover.

I did a pamper box - pjs, dvds, hot chocolate, popcorn, christmas nails etc last year, and she loved it. I might do a box with a mix of small things in it for her this year.

Thanks again for all your help!

wigglesrock Tue 03-Nov-15 20:51:02

Lego elves
Zoella smellies/perfume
Zoella second Girl online book
Lava lamp
Some stationery that is sold in Waterstones
Track bottoms
Most things from Claire's Accessories
Tsum Tsums

My 10.5 year old covets the above. I've got her a hoody from Hollister that I got in the sale.

enderwoman Wed 04-Nov-15 15:18:08

M&Co (and other retailers) have a lot of emoji stuff in. My 12 year old will definitely be getting some pyjamas from there.

Emoji novelty cushions also went down a storm. Her favourite is the one that's crying with laughter, her brother likes the poo and one that's winking while sticking out their tongue.

She loved scented candles, phone cases and Lush.

Etsy and eBay have some great YouTuber merchandise. Her favourite is a hand drawn picture of the popular YouTubers like Zoella and Dan&Phil.

EustaciaVye Sun 08-Nov-15 10:09:05

There is a leg friends pops tar range. Dd just got the recording studio which is cool and I may get her the tour bus for xmas

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