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SpnBaby1967 Tue 27-Oct-20 14:58:02

I need one more gift for her. Shes into Dragons (like obsessively), drawing (dragons mainly) but already has a pricey drawing tablet, and a selection of pencils. I've ordered these felt pens she wanted already too. Also has a dragon art book coming..

She doesnt wear make up, doesnt care about clothes, not into music or anything on tv.

Doesnt play games, has a bunch of books she still hasnt read.

Likes Harry Potter, but no room in bedroom for any more trinkets or lego sets.

She lives in the same 5 outfits and is hard to get her to branch out.

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silver1977 Tue 27-Oct-20 15:02:14

Nice smellies/shower stuff, the body shop or somewhere like Hollister?

New school bag, bottle, lunch box, pencil case.

Puzzles?

'How to draw' type books

Onesie, nice pj's, slippers.

Things for bedroom, duvet set, cushions, fairy lights.

Cosy blanket, hat/scarf/gloves set.

Trainers

Tickets for somewhere?

silver1977 Tue 27-Oct-20 15:05:02

I like Etsy for people that are tricky to buy for... If you search on there for dragons lots of things come up!

BoggledBudgie Tue 27-Oct-20 15:08:33

Does she have a proper art easel? DD is very similar with her art and disliking toys/clothes/make up etc, but I’ve found a lovely easel (that can collapse, she’s a box room) for her Christmas

OohKittens Tue 27-Oct-20 15:10:12

Dragon soft toy, there's quite a few on amazon

herecomesthsun Tue 27-Oct-20 18:23:46

I got this T-shirt for my similar age son from Amazon.

ChelseyCute Wed 28-Oct-20 07:51:38

Acrylic paint for rock painting

Ukelele / recorder / alto recorder with beginners song book or lessons

H&M or Primark gif voucher so she can do her own online clothes shopping (with your help)

Sponsor a guide dog puppy

Online art classes subscription

Fivemoreminutes1 Wed 28-Oct-20 11:12:31

Popcorn machine
Lava lamp
Roller blades
Watch
Bath bomb making kit
Stunt kite (I’ve seen a dragon one in Argos)
Grow your own Venus flytrap
Telescope

Dawnlassie Wed 28-Oct-20 11:15:32

Buy a regular lizard from a pet store. Put it on a diet of steroids and protein and take it to the gym three times a week. By mid december you will have your very own dragon. Good luck wrapping the fucker though.

SpnBaby1967 Wed 28-Oct-20 15:11:09

@dawnlassie I absolutely lost it at your comment grin

Thanks everyone for your suggestions!

A few years ago she was the easiest to buy for, now shes so single minded in her hobby (drawing dragons) that it's impossible to get her to do anything else.

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Dawnlassie Wed 28-Oct-20 15:31:05

@SpnBaby1967 smile

Dawnlassie Wed 28-Oct-20 15:33:11

Posted before finished.

Very welcome anyway. Often good to think outside the box and sometimes in another room completely.

marthastew Wed 28-Oct-20 15:34:44

Tell me a dragon by Jackie Morris

Lyricallie Wed 28-Oct-20 15:34:51

Is she into reading? I once got a beautiful illustrated version of the Hobbit it was a comic book style and I loved it when I was her age. And of course it would have great photos of Smaug the dragon in it.

ladybee28 Thu 29-Oct-20 08:32:22

A dragon wall decal for her room?

Lovemusic33 Thu 29-Oct-20 09:04:28

My dd likes dragons too, we have had a few Christmas’s where dragons and Pokemon have been the only interests. Dd collect the Schleich dragons, sometimes there’s a few on offer on amazon for Black Friday (they are pricy), she also has a few dragon ornaments and a trinket box. How about a jigsaw puzzle or the Lego dragon? Also look at diamond painting or adult painting by numbers, I think you can get dragon ones on canvas?

My dd is now 16 and I haven’t found anything to buy her yet, lie your dd she has never been into clothes, she has way too much dragon stuff now so there’s nothing left to get her 🤣

Lovemusic33 Thu 29-Oct-20 09:50:22

dragon cross stitch

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