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Advent calendar for early teens.

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cowssheephens Sat 10-Sep-16 09:41:19

I'm looking for ideas, dd has had several Lego ones over the years and trying to think of something different. Although I'm sure she would love another Lego one!!

She is unable to have choclate ones due to chronic disease so don't mind spending up to £30 on an advent calendar.

Any ideas? Thanks

MrsJayy Sat 10-Sep-16 09:50:09

Not on the highstreet have loads of non chocolate advent calenders

Chelazla Sat 10-Sep-16 09:51:04

Why don't you get a fabric one or one with drawers so you can pop your own treats in. Nail polish, cute ear rings, cinema voucher on a weekend day etc. If you start now you could collect lovely stuff.

Nearlyadoctor Sat 10-Sep-16 11:58:34


cowssheephens Sat 10-Sep-16 15:14:54

I will have a look at not on the highstreet, didn't think to look there. Thank you.

We don't have a smiggle anywhere near so did doesn't seem to get the hype of it. Did show it to her quickly but didn't seem overly impressed although she loves stationary and anything crafty.

I could make my own but she has Sen and does like the 'real' ones.

SideOrderofChip Sat 10-Sep-16 18:01:17

i dont know how old she is but superdrug do a nice tween beauty advent calendar for £12

attheendoftheday Sat 10-Sep-16 19:02:47

Not sure if this jewellery one is a bit young?

This one came up on another thread and I thought it looked nice.

attheendoftheday Sat 10-Sep-16 19:04:23

This one is similar again.

cowssheephens Sat 10-Sep-16 19:47:42

Thank you both for your suggestion, she is quite young in her little ways and ideally looking for something more 'toy' than make up / jewellery.

At the moment I'm considering buying another Lego friends one or might try smiggle. Not sure tbh.

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