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    Default Need Ideas!!

    My neice is about to turn 6,her bday is 10 days before xmas and I have noooo idea what to get her.she has soooooo much stuff already!I have 2 boys so its really hard to buy for girls open to any suggestions!!!

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    What's your budget?

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    Smiggle or other brightly coloured stationery/notebook/pens, Kmart have a good range. Smiggle do a brightly coloured watch too.

    my niece loved a summer onesie she got, it was pink leopard print. She also got pink leopard print leggins which she thought were great.

    Headbands, but not little girlie ones, more subdued colours. I gave my niece a headband that was black with a felt butterfly and little jewels on it.

    A brightly coloured photo frame. Big W had aqua ones that had BFF printed on them. I gave my niece one with a picture of DD and niece in it.

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    my budget is around $40 for each pressie.I just ordered her an initial necklace of ebay for a whopping $1.59 so I am off to a ripper start

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    Smiggle is always a hit.
    Craft/art supplies.
    Do you both hang out much? You could take her to get a pedicure - my DD would flip for that.
    A scooter - you can get them for $15
    Rollerblades.
    Beach/pool stuff.
    Whipple - DD was desperate for a Whipple kit and then had a reaction to the stuff and her hands puffed up to like twice their normal size....so maybe no Whipple.
    Some sort of experience like a horse ride or a ticket to an animal farm.

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    What about a Melissa and Doug stamping kit? I have bought my son a transport one but there is so many cool different sets. I bought his in Toyworld but have seen them in heaps of shops or on Ozsale at the moment. I paid $20 for mine.

    What about an experience? Movie tickets? Water park? Fun park?

    Something personalised? Pencil case? Wet bag with new bathers, thongs and a towel?

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    My niece turned 5 this year and I got her one of those bears that can be drawn on and washed to start again and she loves it, it cost just over $20.

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    My dd was 6 in august. Shes a real girly girl and loves make up, nail polish, perfume, her own bath products (hello kitty has a range), jewelery, earrings especially bangles. She spends ages playing with barbie, hair accessories, drawing and colouring in stuff. She likes those plaster of Paris do it yourself kits that are moulds you fill up then paint. Grandma also bought her, her own jewelery box like a grown up one not a kids one and she loved it.

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    When my niece was about that age I got a sturdy craftwood box, painted it with hot pink glitter paint and filled it up with art and craft supplies, things for beading etc.

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    Thanks for ideas guys Its soooo hard as we don't hang out much unless its a fam thing,and she seriously has everything.Its sooooo hard I am loving the crafty stuff,was thinking of getting her some jewellery kits or making a DIY friendship braclet pack (rocking it old school!!!) and would love to give her some home made Aunty vouchers to just hang out and do girly stuff?!? but don't know....


 

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