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    Default Youneek gift for 5 year old girl?

    What do you buy a 5 year old girl who has most things? And it's this weekend

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    A book? Something crafty?

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    Do you live near a kmart? They have so many fantastic craft activities you could put together to make a pack for her

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    I'm not sure what she has either. I think she has lots of toy type things. So, yes, probably a newly published book would go down well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IncyWincy View Post
    Do you live near a kmart? They have so many fantastic craft activities you could put together to make a pack for her
    Depends how much time we have. I think she does like craft though. All of my kids are invited so we're spending a little more - probably could do a couple of things.

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    I adore these seedling craft packs. They are my fall back present for all kids now

    http://www.goodthingsforkids.com/products/arts-crafts/

    I know Myer stock them, and Seed stores have some too I think

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    Oh that made me think (the word seedlings) Bunnings have some gift packs for kids where they grow their own flowers or veges. I saw one the other day that came with a pot plant they paint as well

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    Books, craft supplies (I once did up a little box with all different crafty things in it as a gift and the child loved it), cute pjs, board game.


 

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