The turn of the tween with my little stocking filler edit. They may be too old for childish presents but I bet they don’t feel old enough to forego the stocking yet! Here are a few ideas to get Christmas Day started off with smiles all round.
1. Twinkle Twinkle Hair Clips at Millie Pink – shhh, don’t tell anyone but I have these to add some seasonal sparkle. A perfect little stocking filler.
2. You Are Awesome Journal by Matthew Syed – this journal is a great way for kids to re-iterate what we already know – that they are awesome!
3. “Christmas Wish” Bracelet by Love from Toby – this little bracelet is made by a family who donate all the money made to the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund after the support they have had from their own experiences. You order through Facebook and do some good which can be a reminder to us all how lucky we are.
4. Tower Bridge by Nanoblock – a good gift if you’re travelling over the Christmas break.
5. Paper Digital Watch by Pappwatch Kids – this tough, water resistant paper makes for a lightweight, modern, minimal watch.
6. Iron On Patch by Meri Meri – get them to be creative with a denim jacket or jeans.
7. Act It Dipsticks by Talking Tables – this is one to get the whole family involved – after all, it’s what we want Christmas to be about.
8. Honey Jar by Burt’s Bees – three lip balms for the tween to carry in a back pocket.
9. Felt Cactus Sewing Kit by The Make Arcade – something to get them crafting – plus it will look good on a bedroom shelf once finished.
10. ice Cream Light by A Lovely Little Company – a bit kitsch and a bit fun.
12. Make Your Own Bath Bomb by Marks & Spencer – another gift to get them to do something beyond watch TV on Boxing Day.
13. Vortex Mega Howler by Nerf – ready to take when the family walk takes place.