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    Default Gifts for 3 year old girls

    Hi, I'm looking for Christmas gift ideas for a 3 year old girl- besides Frozen toys!
    Up to $20.

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    Kinectic sand and some cutters.
    Play dough
    Craft supplies - crayons, stickers, stamps etc...
    Books/puzzles
    Dress ups

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    If your near a Costco they have cabbage patch dolls for $29 - I stocked up for my nieces

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    I'm getting my niece a little canvas and some art supplies from the reject shop

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    Art stuff is always a hit! Paint your own ceramic things, paint sets, play dough, anything like that

    Also, I got a bunch of books made up from that identity direct place or whatever it is, so my daughters have stories like Cinderella with their names written into the story, my oldest loves it!

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    Thanks ladies!
    We mostly have boys in our family so I'm usually stumped when it comes to buying girl things.

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    Kinetic sand looks like so much fun! I want some.
    Craft stuff is always a winner. Colouring in books and art supplies.
    Kids cook book and apron.
    Board game
    Sticker books
    Voucher to build a bear so she can make her own
    Any of those art kit- build your own- style of ceramic mug, magnet, bead decorating type toys. -- it's been a whole since I bought any of this. Sorry. Haha

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