Depends on what she is into. If I bought anything like what's been mentioned (all great ideas though I must say) my sil would have died of laughter. She was more into skateboarding, boys clothing and pretty much anything anti-female.
I would definitely go with iTunes voucher or something like that.
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14-06-2012 16:53 #11
14-06-2012 17:58 #12
Do you know what she is into OP?
My DD1 is turning 13 next week and she would like anything that has been mentioned.
Grandma has got her a new quilt set which she will love. It has a fitted sheet, 2 pillow cases, quilt, quilt cover and cushion.
I think my sister has bought her some clothes. Possibly a jacket amongst it.
And we have bought her a new mobile phone.
14-06-2012 18:12 #13
I was also going to suggest a double movie pass, she can go with a friend and feel all grown up
14-06-2012 18:29 #14
14-06-2012 18:34 #15
I'm a high school teacher. I work with hundreds of 12 year old girls. Trust me: iTunes voucher and/or something from Smiggle.
14-06-2012 22:18 #16Senior Member
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thanks everyone for the great suggestions!!! ok, i think i'll go with something from Smiggle and some movie passes!! I guess I can't go wrong with that!
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