Giving gifts to tween girls on Valentine’s Day has become a tradition for some families, including mine. We like to express to our daughter that she’s special to us with a gift or two. Of course, gifts aren’t the only way that we express our feelings, but it’s a lot of fun to see her smile and make use of the gifts she receives, especially while there still isn’t a boyfriend in her life just yet!
So here’s some Valentine’s Day gift suggestions for tween girls:
Custom Made Clothing from Fashion Playtes: Girls can create their own clothes! From dresses to pajamas and jackets to messenger bags, your tween girl can also make clothing for her Littlest Pet Shop Pet. We’ve used Fashion Playtes before and my daughter had a blast making and wearing clothes she designed. Free Shipping on orders of $40 or more with code FS212 until 2/29 at FashionPlaytes.com!
Stuffed Animals One of the favorite Valentine’s Day gifts no matter your age is a stuffed animal. If you’re a Disney fan, how about
”Be My Valentine” Duffy the Disney Bear Plush Toy — 12” H? So cute!
Gifts for Hobbies Find a gift for your tween girl’s hobby, especially if it’s one that you share with her. I love Flirty Apron’s Children’s Aprons. Dad’s you can find matching aprons for your wife and daughter. What an adorable idea!
Journals or Diaries Some tween girls find writing in a journal an easy way to deal with stress, changes, and feelings. Others need help to get started and keep going. Embossed Never Stop Thinking Leather Journal – Lined is for those girls who can freestyle write. 365: A Year of Journal Prompts for Teens: A Journal Workbook provides that guidance. Both make lovely gifts that tween girls will treasure for years to come.
Do you purchase Valentine’s Day gifts for your tween girl? Do you have a favorite gift or does she?
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