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    Default Present ideas for 9 year old girl?!

    Hi everyone. So DD1 is turning 9 next week & she is sooo hard to buy for. When I ask what she wants she replies "I don't know" and to be quiet honest I'm sick of asking.
    She's quiet a shy girl who likes arts & crafts & animals.
    Can anyone suggest anything? That or I'll scour the shops for hours getting things she "might" like.

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    Canvases and oil paints
    Jewelry making sets
    Voucher to an art studio

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    a nintendo ds?
    a variety of things from smiggle?
    a watch or bracelet?
    kinetic sand?

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    You said she likes animals, any chance of getting her her own pet? Or an interactive voucher to the zoo (or movies, bowling, ice skating etc)

    Things from smiggle
    A little CD player for her room
    Dvds
    Jewlery
    Something for outdoors like a scooter or roller blades

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    A Siamese fighting fish, she could have one in her room as they're bred in small tanks/containers.

    Origami set/papers

    Oil pastels and a proper art sketch book

    A mum snd daughter day at the art gallery with a high tea lunch

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    Ceramic markers and some plain white plates/mugs

    Nice set of Derwent pencils and some adult colouring books

    A craft trolley filled with all sorts of craft/stationery bits

    Scrapbooking album, papers, kits etc with a whole bunch of printed photos of herself from birth onwards so she can make her own life scrapbook

    Stuff for her room - fairy lights, cute lamp, doona cover and cushions, rug etc

    A charm bracelet like Pandora or a locket, a name necklace or bracelet

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    I always thought my DD was over the toys faze but for her 9th birthday last week she really wanted those interactive birds, it's her favorite present. Otherwise you can never go wrong with smiggle pencil cases and pens. Shopkins (argh so over shopkins lol), any arts and crafts, clothes, crop tops and matching undies.

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    My DS has been given 2 packs of Qixels for his birthday today. I'm a little addicted to them
    Other than that there's lots of awesome LED wearables and other fun craft/tech stuff that is really awesome for that age.
    Does she like books? There's some great stuff for ages 9-12, if she's interested I could give you a good list of titles.

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    Thank you everyone for the suggestions. Some great ideas there!!
    I think I've decided on a Instant Camera pack as her main pressie & get some other little bits & pieces from the things you have all said 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    My DS has been given 2 packs of Qixels for his birthday today. I'm a little addicted to them
    Other than that there's lots of awesome LED wearables and other fun craft/tech stuff that is really awesome for that age.
    Does she like books? There's some great stuff for ages 9-12, if she's interested I could give you a good list of titles.
    I have seen the Qixels in the shops but haven't picked up the box to suss them out. Are they like Beado's? Because she has them & loves them.
    And yes she does like books. She is into the "Weirdo" books & the story treehouse ones as well. Any other suggestions would be great 👍🏻 thank you 😊


 

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