Are you looking for inspiration on what to buy your teenager for their birthday? Do you want a brilliant list of the best Christmas gift ideas for teen girls this year? Are you ready to be the favourite auntie/uncle/cousin/best friend/parent/insert-your-own-relationship-to-aforementioned-recipient-here?
Because if you answered yes to any of these – you’ve come to the right place.
This is my 2016 complete, extensive list of Over 100 gift ideas for teen girls. It’s a compilation post of the creme-de-la-creme presents of all my other 2016 Gift Guides. (Yes, I make a lot of them. And, yes, they will be linked when they’re uploaded. What can I say – you’ll never lack inspiration.) It’s almost a Hall of Fame. And it means that you get a sneak peak of 10 things each from some of my upcoming gift guides. I know – you’re lucky.
Table Of Contents: (These are all internal links, so you can click on the section of this post you want, or scroll down and read it all)
- My Top 10 Favourite Gifts This Christmas
- SNEAK PREVIEW: 10 Technological Gifts, Gadgets and Accessories
- SNEAK PREVIEW: 10 Practical Gifts For Teen Girls
- SNEAK PREVIEW: 10 Best Friend Gifts!
- SNEAK PREVIEW: 10 Teen Girl Room Decorations!
- 50 Cheap Presents Under $50
The teen age bracket is a difficult one to cover – from preteen brats to moody adolescents to mini-adult-18 year olds – but I have tried to include gifts for all ages. So some gifts may be aimed at a little younger of an audience or a more mature one – we have something for everyone here!
I know most of you are probably confused as to why I’ve posted this so early – but I have loads of Blogging 101 posts coming up that feature a lot of things I need this post on. Things like coding (internal page links; newsletter pop-ups) and blog promotion and so many more cool things that I’m starting to implement around here. This post is going to be a bit of a test dummy as my yearly gift guides are my most successful posts, so I wanted to get it out sooner rather than later so that I could actually do these things and write about them. Cool? Cool. But enough about that – just scroll down, enjoy the visuals and Pin all your favourite presents.
I think we all know the struggle – during the year there’s always so much that we all want – trainers, room decorations, that cool game, absurdly expensive (but so, so pretty) phone-cases – but when it comes to Christmas . . .
Wishlist suddenly empty. Which is also incredibly unhelpful for people buying gifts – a shrug and an “I don’t know” is unsurprisingly hard to go off. So, without further ado, I present to you my Top 10 Christmas Selections this year for my wishlist – so that if you’re looking for some Christmas, or Birthday, or just general I-want-stuff wishlist inspo I have you covered.
- Power Banks.
Power banks are one of the most practical and useful gifts I can recommend – and these cute, quirky ones combine their functionality with something a little more fun. For those of you technophobes (I shun you.) out there, power banks are essentially on the go chargers. So your phone-obsessed teenager will never live the struggle of a dead battery. Now, what greater gift is there?
Poop Emoji Portable Charger – $20
Pink Poop Emoji Power Bank – $16.99
Cute Pink Totoro Power Bank – $16.99
Pokemon Ball Power Bank – $21.99
There are so many cute power banks out at the moment – and one for every single emoji you can think of. The alien ones are pretty cool. If this little selection didn’t do it for you (I can’t imagine why not) then hit up Amazon.
Especially at Christmas, Planners or Calendars are a great idea. Almost everyone has a New Year’s Resolution to be more organised, or more productive, or just get more done – and most teens are in school, so planners can be really useful in helping to keep them organised and on top of all their assignments and whatnot.
I personally love them because I’m a total stationery hoarder and they’re adorable. So not only a practical gift, but a perfect gift for stationery lovers.
And, because I don’t fuck with basic, these are all amazing, 10-tab-organised, thicker than your thumb real agenda planners. Not basic notebooks with their weak ass lines and their two-page annual calendar. Eugh. You make me sick.
Baby Blue Glitter Be You 17 Month Planner – $26
Floral Planner – $12
18 Month Life Planner – $40
Positive Vibes Watercolour Planner – $16
The last two planners are a little different – although there’s less focus on the covers, they actually have scientific research behind them on improving happiness and productivity. There’s more content in them – things like facts and whatnot.
The Rule Of Attraction Planner – $19
Panda Happiness, Productivity and Time Management Planner – $26
There are many ways in which I love thee. You carry around my non-essential, but essential shit; you look cute; you allow me to take jumpers with me even if I end up not needing them. Bags, oh dear, dear bags, I lay my life down at your feet. I’m just a girl standing before a bag . . . (did I get that quote right? It’s like 3am, give me a break.)
Bags are a great gift for teen girls. They double up as fashion accessories and as things that are actually useful. We can’t often say that; I mean, high heels are a great fashion accessory, but when running away from serial killers not the best choice.
I’ve gone off topic.
Hype Galaxy Backpack – $36
Baby Doll Pink Backpack – $45
Drawstring bag – $20
I Don’t Care Backpack – $40
Bags can be so cute and unique – they’re a perfect way to finish an outfit and have somewhere to dump your keys so you aren’t locked out at 3am.
This may be because I live in cold-as-hell Britain and sweaters are an instant cosy outfit, but most of the girls I know love sweaters. I am no exception to this – I think sweaters are a perfect present for teen girls; they’re unique, usable and some of them have rude slogans. What more could you want?
Reflective Go Away Sweater – $20
This one is so cool. It reflects. And says go away. What more could I possibly ever want?
Bad 90s Parent Tamagotchi Sweater – $20
I’m Not Trying To Be Difficult Sweater – $20
- Room Decorations.
I’ll be honest – I love my bedroom. Like most teen girls, my room is my haven. Also, I mean, it has my bed and I like to sleep. Now, lots of teenagers (girls and boys alike) love their bedrooms too. So a pretty nice gift could be some cool things to spruce it up a bit!
Glitter Mason Jar – $6
Marbled Succulent Plant Holder – $18
Elephant ring bowl – $20
Pink Unicorn Wall Mount – $99
I don’t want to go into too much depth here because I’m showing you a snippet of my Teen Room Decorations later in this post. If you can’t be bothered to scroll and want more recommendations for room deco now, though, click here to be taken to that section.
- Trainers – Sorry, America, I mean sneakers.
Possibly the most comfortable thing that still counts as fashionable, I and most girls I know love trainers. They’re easy to walk in, easy to style and . . . they’re just damn cute.
Baby Pink Puma Sneakers – $128
Purple Reeboks – $105
Mint Suede Pumas – $34
Converse All Star Ox Shoes – White – $50
Depending on whether your teen is sporty or not, you could get her a pair of proper running trainers. While we’re on the subject of shoes though, have you seen these Doc Martens? They’re amazing.
Marble Print Doc Martens – $70
Headphones are the holy grail. They are the key to happiness; the water in the fountain of youth. Without headphones, what is life? How would you be able to walk to school or work without music slowly damaging your eardrums?
That was in no way sarcastic. I live for music. Which makes the irony of the situation even worse – my love for music is what’s going to eventually prevent me from being able to listen to it. Ah, the tales of woe Christmas shopping brings.
White And Gold Headphones – $19.99
Pastel Headphones – $19
Purple Skull Earphones – $6.99
However, if you really want your teen to love you, you could go top of the line quality and get them some Beats. I guarantee there will be squeals when they see the box.
Dr Dre Rose Gold Wireless Beats – $210
Dr Dre Maroon Solo Wired Headphones – $179
I bought my mum a pair of limited edition Hello Kitty Beats headphones for her 40th birthday and she loves them (she’s very much both a crazy cat lady and a child all at once, so it makes sense) so I would personally recommend beats if you’re looking at a present for a daughter.
Now, I may be biased on this one as I love jewelry enough that I made my own jewelry store. (Look at me putting those American spellings in for those SEO ratings. Should I include a link to their national anthem? I can’t help it – literally 75% of my traffic is from the USA, so I might as well play up to it.) On a serious note, however, jewelry really can be a great gift for the little ladies – we like pretty things firstly, but jewelry can also be a very meaningful gift idea. And so I present to you some cute jewelery for teen girls.
First up, I’ve chosen a few necklaces from probably one of my favourite jewelry brands at the moment – Dogeared. They make such cute and meaningful necklaces; if you want to get somebody jewelry that they’ll know you actually thought about, I’d suggest them.
Dogeared Going Places Necklace – $58
Dogeared Unicorn Necklace – $62
You Rule Necklace – $52
Cherish Necklace – $52
If Dogeared is a little out of your price range (hey – it’s definitely out of mine; I feel you) I’ve also included some cute and cheap jewelry options.
Triangular Point Crystal Pendant – $4
Fluorite Pendant – $4
Velvet Choker – $2
Bohemian Choker – $4
Breath Yoga Ring – $15
Namaste Bitch Bracelet – $15
Namely, big expensive gadgets that we all crave. Like phones, laptops, that not-essential-but-so-amazingly-pretty Mac (buy your kid a Mac and they could become Youtubers and earn you your money back x 1,000,000, so there’s that) . . . If you want to bring out the big guns this Christmas, technology is a pretty safe bet.
Gold Plated Swarovski Crystal Apple iPhone 6 – $900
I know right – you didn’t think Apple could get more luxurious. Well, think again. This is heavy-hitting “I want to buy your love” gift. I said I’d give you the big guns, right?
Samsung S7 Gold – $500
Look, in the technology age we are currently living in people migrate into one of two camps . . . with Apple, or against. We against still use Microsoft computers and have phones run by Android and, despite all the adversity, still manage to find cute phone cases for them. If your recepient is an Anti-Apple, the big thing is the Samsung S7 – and I have it, so I can personally tell you it’s brilliant.
Fujifilm Polaroid Camera – $50
I personally adore these. One: they come in loads of really cute pastel colours that make photos like this brilliant. And two: instant photos.
Apple Mac – $1,000
Apple Macbook Rose Gold – $1,000
Honestly, I’m not even going to bother recommending any other laptop. Because, when it comes down to it, it’s either Apple or it’s not. That’s the brutal truth. Other brands may have their advantages – like gaming PCs, or some acronym that nobody really cares about – but at the end of the day: it’s still just another brand that isn’t Apple.
2-in-1 Laptop and Tablet – $699
It brings me great delight to be able to honestly say – this is something your precious little cinnamon biscuit might like just as much if not more than an Apple computer. Because Apple don’t have 2-in-1 – but this nifty thing does!
- Food Gift Boxes
One thing teens generally like more than sleep (and we really do love sleep. My spirit animal is a sloth) is food. I mean, stuffing our faces full of junk food, sugar and salt is like . . . a heavenly duty. Why do you think so many of us have acne?
I know – mind = blown.
Bestselling Token of Appreciation Gift Tower – Brownies, Toffee, Cookies & More – $23
Chocolate Care Package – $36
Brownie And Cookie Gift Box – $16
Assorted Cake and Dessert Box – $56
Sweets ‘n’ Snacks Care Package – $34.95
10 Technological Gifts, Gadgets and Accessories Teen Girls Will Love
We live in the age of technology, it’s undeniable. People say millennials are addicted to their gadgets, but the real culprits are those born after 2000. I have a baby brother who was born in 2006 and he knows literally nothing but technology – so, regardless of what age your teen is, I guarantee a technology-related gift will be an absolute hit. This is just a sneak peek of my complete Technology Gift Guide, which is dropping soon, so enjoy.
- Polaroid Camera
I’ve already featured this, but I love it so much that I’m repeating myself. Hey, it’s my gift gift. Sue me. (Please don’t; I have no money) Seriously, though, polaroid cameras are a great gift for your more creative teens.
FujiFilm Instant Polaroid Camera – £50
(Hey, at least I picked a different colour.)
- Phone Cases
Phone cases are such an essential. Not only because they protect your phone from falling to its untimely demise, but because . . . they so pretty. I already have a list of 15 Awesome Phonecases that I’ll link for you, so check that out and I’ll add in a few new ones below!
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Design Your Own Pressed Flowe Phone Case – $20
Ouija Phone Case – $6.99
Cute Glitter Phone Case – $7.99
Bitch Repellent Spray Case – $11.99
And, because I’m generous, I’ve even thrown in some phone accessories.
Blue Turtle Two In One Phone Stand and Earphone Cord Winder – $6.98
Earphone Port Filler Lilo and Stitch – $1.98
Sleeping Pikachu Earphone Jack – $2.48
- Laptop Skins
This is a new one for me; I’d never really considered laptop skins before, but upon reflection realised I was very wrong. They’re inexpensive and a brilliant way to instantly brighten up your laptop. (Also: if you buy a teen a laptop, why not get them a skin too?)
Watercolour Macbook Skin – $15
Cracked Marble Laptop Skin – $8
Scribble Macbook Skin – $17
Macbook Skin – $17
- Keyboards / Keyword Stickers
This is another new personalisation suggestion that I just love. I mean, you can have galaxies on your keyboard. How . . . fucking . . . cool.
Galaxy Print Keyword – $11
Pokemon Keyboard Stickers – $12
Starry Night Keyboard Stickers – $7
Rainbow Lights Keyboard – $20
Glow Keyboard – $26
Most teens like music. It’s just a fact. If you know their favourite bands, you could get them an album, CD or T-Shirt. Or, even better, concert tickets. Don’t know them well enough to guess at any of that?
Then get them some nice speakers and they can have their own concert! (You’re a terrible human being; I hope spending money doesn’t alleviate the guilt.)
Unicorn Speakers – $18
Floating Sphere Speaker – $84
Cute Mario Mushroom Speaker – $13
Colour Lamp Speaker – $32
Crosley CR8005A-TU Cruiser Portable Turntable (Turquoise) – $73.60
Matte Black Turntables – $250
I’ve already told you why I love headphones so much, so let me skip the description and just show you more pretty headphones.
Galaxy Painted Headphones – $70
Oil Headphones – $226
A practical gift if nothing else, USBs are like power banks – they’re serve a higher purpose, yes, but they can definitely look good while they do it. Seriously, for those teens still at school USBs are a total essential. Save someone’s homework, save a life. Buy a USB.
Baby Eeyore Winnie The Pooh USB – $9.40
Camera USB – $4
As cheap and as tiny as they are, I’d say USBs are definitely a good stocking filler.
I feel like this is something teen girls get overlooked on – games. Because some of us like games just as much as guys. And I say some because, like boys, not everyone likes or dislikes the same things. Did I just get into feminism? Well, we’ll be here all day – swiftly moving on.
I’ve included a few games I love and most girls I know love too. Now, obviously, a lot of girls like . . . well, I don’t want to say “real” games, but things like Call Of Duty and whatnot. The ones you see advertised more often, I suppose. But I’m going to go with games that are more to generic tastes, okay?
The Sims 4 – Limited Edition (PC DVD) – $49.49
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo 3DS) – $28
(This game looks amazing. I mean, absolutely hilarious. Watch the trailer on the amazon page and be wowed.) Tomodachi Life (Nintendo 3DS) – $30
- Power Banks/Portable Chargers
This is another gift I’ve already mentioned (hey, I told you that technology gifts are great, didn’t I? So great that I recommended them twice.)
Starbucks Pink Power Bank – $24
- USB Plug-In Gadgets
I find this to be such a quirky little section – there are some really cool little gadgets that plug into USB ports, so I figured I could showcase them.
USB Powered Mini-Fridge – $18
USB Powered Clock Fan – $12
Okay, yes, I did only include it because it’s pretty absurd, but who cares?
USB Powered Aquarium – $32
10 Practical Gifts For Teen Girls
Practical presents don’t have to be boring! If you want to get your person a gift that they’ll actually find helpful in their everyday life as a pose to just smiling at it when they open it and then forgetting about – this is your section.
- Pencils/Pens/Pencil Case
Whether your teen is an artist or a creative – maybe she likes to write poetry, or write stories, or draw comic strips – or not (even non-creatives might want to just have cute stationery for school, you don’t know their lives) these cute and unique pencils are always pretty great.
Grammar Pencil Set – $8
Wanderlust Pencil Set – $10
Set Of Sassy Pencils – $10
Hustlin’ Pencil Set – $10
Pencil Case – $10
Procrastination Pencil Case – $14
- Food Related Gifts
We’ve already been over how much a vast majority love food. If it hasn’t sunk in yet, let me reiterate: we like to eat. Preferably greasy, sugary or just plain unhealthy. I mean, yeah, we all eventually go through that inevitable healthy kick (it’s not our fault; all the big Youtubers are vegan nowadays, the sellouts) but usually we go on taste. Which weird super-healthy seeds just doesn’t give.
Anyways, these are pretty practical gifts because . . . well, everyone’s got to eat! Some people like cooking and baking, some just like the eating and some like machines that cook for them. So I have it all.
“Ouch” Knife Set – $17
Cute Paws Oven Tongs – $13
Light Blue Mason Tumbler – $10
Don’t Touch My Bottle – $2.89
Mini Doughnut Maker – $16
Ice Cream Maker Set – $37
Waffle Press – $18
Coca Cola Vintage Popcorn Maker – $24
Sandwich Multi-Press – $37
Not only are calendars solidly some of the prettiest pieces of stationery out there, they’re also exceptionally helpful. For students, they’re a great way to set deadlines and targets and countdown to doomsday. And, you know, cute.
Many Moons 2017 Calendar – $16
Annual Overview 2017 Calendar – $17
Chalkboard Wall Decal – $14
The Art Of Dave Olenick Calendar 2017 – $11
Heart Vs Brain 2017 Calendar – $10
The B Word Sassy Calendar – $10
- Skincare Set
Unfortunately, the teenage years are full of hormones and puberty. AKA: spots. Pimples. Acne. While you’re never going through it alone, bad skin is always horrible. So a great and practical gift to get a teenage girl could be a skincare set to avoid any unsightly face incidents.
Clinique Skincare Set – $28
No 7 Protect and Perfect Skincare System – $99
Benefit Skincare Set – $32
- School Bags
Another unfortunate side effect of the teenage condition is that a vast majority of us have to go to school. I mean, yes, education is great and we’re very lucky to receive it – but eugh. However, what we don’t have to do is go to school in boring, soul sucking attire- wait, yes we do. I mean, I used to have uniform at least anyway; can’t speak for the rest of the world. Okay, well then I guess we’ll just have to rely on our bags to express our individuality. Down with government oppression!
Emoji Days Of The Week Bag – $6.99
Cactus Backpack – $60
- Hair Tools
Not to be generic or anything (but I am, you know, a beauty, fashion and lifestyle blogger, so you really should’ve known what you were getting into) but a lot of teen girls like to play with their hair. Why? Because hair is fucking amazing. Okay? So a practical gift could be hair tools!
XTAVA Professional 5-in-1 Curling Iron – Hair Curler – $39.99
Hair Straighteners – $69
Infiniti Pro by Conair Curl Secret – $76.99
Hair Styling Comb Set – $3.50
Hair Styling Set – $8
Notebooks are possibly my favourite gift to receive. They’re a world of possibilities (bucket lists, tattoo design ideas, quotes, stories . . .) and they’re just so goddamn pretty. They’re also a practical gift because, as we’ve already established, a lot of teens are in school – and notebooks are great for out of school revision and in school text-books.
Set of 3 Medical Illustration Notebooks – $11.93
Set of 3 Composition Notebooks – $17
My Future Listography – $10
Never Forget Your Sparkle – $13
“The Fuck It List” – $15
Decomposition Book – $5
Next up are a few gifts that I think are very important for teenagers – positive gifts. Your adolescence is often a turbulent time and sometimes it can be helpful to give your teen a gift that keeps on giving – happiness.
Positive Notebook – $6.95
The 52 Lists Project – $10
How To Be Happy – $10.86
Happy Notebooks – $14.99
Look, while we’re on books let me throw some at you. Whether it’s autobiographies by famous celebrities, Kim Kardashian’s Selfie Book, a good novel, or a how-to book, there’s a book for everyone – including your teenager. And, if you know them really well, you could get them a hobby book (an art how to, a recipe book, a writing book).
The Guide To Real Life
What Do I Do If…?: How to Get Out of Real-Life Worst-Case Scenarios
- Laundry baskets
Eugh . . . well, look, we all know that the typical teen a: has a lot of clothes. That we like totally need. And b: is messy. And the two together means that their clothes end up artistically decorating the bland floors. Aren’t we an altruistic bunch? How to break the cycle – laundry baskets!
Punching Bag Laundry Hamper – $20
Wanted Laundry Service Bag – $13.97
Next up is something that is both practical and pretty – windbreakers! These are so trendy at the moment, but more relevant is that they’re waterproof so they keep you dry in the wet weather.
Adidas Blue Windbreaker – $65
Adidas Windbreaker – $80
Adidas Windbreaker – $80
Retro Print Windbreaker – $20
Watches are another practical gift; give someone the gift of having to spend a good 3 minutes squinting at their wrist before they can accurately tell the time.
Cacti Watch – $12
Sassy Watch – $14
H owever, if you want to give the gift of a watch that is not just a watch, I present to you . . .
FitBit – $129
Apple Watch – $268
And this. Because grammar is important.
Now I want to include mugs. Fine – but only a few. And only funny ones.
10 Best Friend Gifts!
Best friend gifts are one of the most frequent searches that my gift guides usually turn up on, so this year I decided to add in a whole new gift guide dedicated purely to BFF presents! Because if you want to show your bestie you love ’em, a best friend gift is the way to go.
- Best Friend Rings
Best friend rings are among the cutest things in existence. Whether you and your best friend are the television addicted teenagers (Supernatural! Sherlock! Yay!) or you just want to take cute Instagram photos, best friend rings could be for you.
Hakuna Matata Ring Set – $19.65
Holmes Watson Ring Set – $22.95
Batman and Robin Rings – $18
Harry Potter Houses Ring Set – $28
Player 1 Player 2 Ring Set – $18
Angel Hunter Ring Set – $21.65
Best Friends Ring Set – $18.50
Soul Sisters Ring Set – $19
- Best Friend Key Rings
Another cute best friend gift has to be keyrings. Because, sometimes, when you reach a certain age you just outgrow wearing matching jewelry. I mean, I assume so anyway. Let me know if you’re there.
Sherlock and Watson Keyrings – $14
Matching Heart Keyring – $5.99
Zombie Apocalypse Keychain – $4.99
Best Friend Necklaces
My BFF and I have matching best friend necklaces – and we love them.
“Soul Sisters” Matching Pendant Set – $8.99
“Partners In Crime” Necklace Set – $4.99
Best Friend Pizza Necklace Set (6 Pcs) – $8.99
- Although, if you really love pizza (and – to be fair – who doesn’t really love pizza?) you may want to get the really cute coloured pizza slices. We do fancy present ideas here.
Coloured 6pc Pizza Necklace Set – $12.99
- You know what – as a teenager, I can attest to the fact that we love food. So these foodie best friend necklaces are just great. And cute.
Milk and Cookies Necklace Set – $32
Burger And Fries Necklace Set – $11
Pearls of Friendship Dogeared Necklace – $32
Gold Yin Yang Necklace Set – $10
“Friends Will Help You Up When You Fall, But Best Friends Will Push You Back Down and Laugh” Plaque – $10.99 I especially love this plaque because it’s just so accurate.
“You and I Are A Gang” Plaque – $9
Personalised Bestie Book – $8.81
10 Teen Girl Room Decorations!
Before I even start with an introduction to this post – have a pizza slice bean bag chair. Yes. You heard me correctly. What are two things teenagers love? Junk food and laziness? Well, look at me finding the perfect combination. You’re welcome, world.
Oh, and a sushi one. Because kawaii.
- Duvet Sets
Honestly, this is one of the most overlooked presents I’ve seen. Duvet sets are a great way to show you know your teen personally (um, hello, favourite TV shows? There’s only so many times I can tell you that I love Adventure Time, mother, take the hint and buy me the duvet set!) – and if you don’t because you’re a bad parent or distant relative or maybe you’re just a bit of a dick, there are so many cute and quirky designs out there that will totally make it seem like you do.
No Time For Fuck Boys Duvet Cover Set – $50
Floral Duvet Set – $27
Marvel Duvet Set – $43.88
Pastel Paisley Duvet Set – $80
Pastel Clouds Duvet Set – $24
Bed is love. Bed is life.
Yes, that is a Sims furniture category. But it’s relevant in everyday life too. I am currently sitting here typing by candlelight (much less romantic and atmospheric than it sounds, just saying) because my room has no bloody lighting and if someone were to, say, buy me a lamp I would look at them with piteous love and adoration for it.
I don’t know what that says about me, come to think of it.
White Rose Fairy Lights – $3.99
Set of 6 Colour Changing Mood Cube Lights – $24
Natural Crystal Lamp – $22
Sea Wave Projector – $22
Glitter Lava Lamp – $29.99
- Wall Mounts
Wall mounts are a pretty unique gift that I’m absolutely crushing on. They’re cute . . . and just bloody weird. I mean, I get real Urban Outfitters vibes from these. And Hannibal Lecter ones.
White And Gold Deer Sculpture – $84.99
Set of 2 Mini Wall Mounts – $84
Gold Dinosaur Mount – $100
Blue Deer Mount – $46
White and Gold Elephant Mount – $35
Pink Glitter Unicorn Mount – $12.15
- Jewelry Storage If you know me, you know I love jewelry. I mean, adore it. Collect it. Hoard it even. I am the dragon sitting on their gold, smiting down anyone that touches with their greasy little fingers. And, you know, other teen girls and stuff… Anyways, jewelry storage can be a great gift!
Mirror Wall Mount Jewelry Storage – $100
Black Deer Jewelry Holder – $14
Elephant Keepsake Jewelry Box – $20
White and Blue Jewelry Box – $20
I personally adore tapestries. As a bit of a bohemian soul myself, they allow me all the creative expression I could ever need in my room. It’s like my soul threw up onto the walls. In a nice way?
Seriously, though, tapestries are a gorgeous and popular gift idea. They’re seriously trendy at the moment – thank Tumblr for that one – and I have brought to you a perfect selection of them to adorn your teen’s room with.
Black and White Elephant Mandala Tapestry – $9.99
Space Print Tapestry – $39
Watercolour Map Of The Colour Tapestry – $20
Night Sky Tapestry – $39
Galaxy Print Tapestry – $6
Gold Mandala Tapestry – $16.90
- Desk Accessories
There is something so deeply satisfying about having a neat and organised desk. It just makes you feel so together. Also – desk accessories are the cutest thing ever. Seriously. Ever.
Baby Blue Sketch Desk Tidy – $39
Matte Black Tissue Box – $8
Phone Holder Hands – $15.26
Hand and Pencil Set – $18.95
Desktop Stress Relief Punching Bag – $19.39
Honest Acronym To-Do Sheets – $11
Posters are a great way for teens to express their personalities – and an even better way to show that you actually know the person you’re buying for. You could take the opportunity to buy them a poster of one of their favourite things (TV shows, celebrities, etc) . . . or you could fail at even this and get them something generic. Yay. No, that wasn’t sarcasm – I really am excited for you.
Wanderlust Gold Foil Poster – $10
Make Art Not War Poster – $10
Behind Every Successful Woman Is Herself Poster – $10
Buddhist Candles Poster – $3
Minimal Avengers Poster – $7
I don’t know if you’ve got it yet – but bed is very important to me. So important that in the complete version of this list I’ve actually even included a few beds. And desks. It’s a bigger gift list, so I had more room to expand into furniture. You should all be very excited. It’s like tumblr exploded everywhere. Which teen girls love. I promise.
I can’t remember how I was relating this to pillows. Moral of the story is somehow that pillows are cute. Yay.
Though She Be But Little She Is Fierce Pillowcase – $2.39
Round Elephant Pillow – $16
I Donut Care Pillow – $12
Pink Poop Pillow – $12
Emoji Cushion – $4.19
I Heart Pizza Pillow – $6
Plants are such cute little room decorations and, thanks to Tumbr and Urban Outfitters, very in at the moment.
You may need plants for the cute pots.
20 Succulent Plants – $39.99
Head Planter – $40
Glass Planter – $20
Mini Plant (With Wearable Necklace) – $7
Grow Your Own Bonsai Tree Kit – $18
Clocks are cute – and functional – room decorations.
Glow Clock – $79
Radio Alarm Clock – $40
Cute Pastel Blue Cloud Clock – $20
Melting Clock – $26
Glow Writing Clock – $24
Mickey Mouse Clock – $11.98
- Bed . . . Things
Look, I never really realised quite how important beds were to me until I started writing this section. So fine – you win. You get an extra little gift section dedicated to bed . . . things. And, no, I don’t mean condoms. Jesus Christ, get your mind out of the gutter. And into bed.
White Bed Canopy – $18
Black Bed Canopy – $14
50 Gift Ideas Under $50
Okay, so now for the fun part – uninterrupted present surfing. You don’t need me talking through every single gift idea I’m presenting you. And the best part? These are all cheap. Yes, this section is completely dedicated to cheap gifts under $50. You’re welcome, world.
Mermaid Blanket – $50
- Thug Mug – $14
Pressed Flowers Phone Case – $16
You Make Me Smile Top – $15
Embroidered Lavender T-Shirt – $25
“Fucking Brilliant” – A Notebook – $9.95
Boy Bye Embroidered Cap – $19.99
Weird Embroidered Tee – $15
Pink Sunglasses – $12
Cute Cat Handbag – $20
Light Blue Sunglasses – $14.99
THE BEST GAME IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.
- Katana Book Ends – $10
Youth Cap – $4
Anti-Social Social Club – $4.20
Money Maze Piggy Bank – $5
642 Fashion Things To Draw – $14
Panda Money Stealer – $13.99
Digital Piggy Bank – $13.47
“Why I’m In A Really, Really Bad Mood” – $9
“Get Your Shit Together” – $9
Decision Maker – $11
Cat Ears Beanie – $4.30
“I Gotta Be Me” Journal – $18
- Slothzilla Print – $19.99
Good Vibes Only Necklace – $42
Wonder Woman Converses – $50
Giant Unicorn Inflatable – $49.99
I Need My Space Embroidered Cap – $25
Donald Trump Toilet Paper – $14
Unicorn Onesie – $20
Rose Gold Watch – $20
Panda Onesie – $19.85
Unicorn Slippers – $6
Celestial Shorts – $35
Anti-Social Necklace – $15
Lace Bralet – $10
“You’re Disgusting” Bunting – $17
And that’s it! Hopefully, you found this post helpful and you’re now bursting at the seams with ideas of what gifts to buy people and what to stock your wishlist with!
Also – what were your favourite gifts? Tell me – and if you’re feeling generous Pin them for me too. Wink wink.
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