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Most Impressive Tween and Teen Girls Holiday Christmas Gift Guide (1)


Tween & Teen Girls’ Holiday Gifts that ROCK!

Because girls are so picky and hard to buy for, we’ll help you improve those odds. We’ve scoured the internet to find some of the coolest and most unique teen and tween gifts.  From the early tween years all the way up to the late teen years we’ve got something for every age and stage. These are amazingly awesome gifts that she will LOVE!  Happy shopping!

Holiday Gift Guide



Hydro Flask Water Bottle And, it comes in lots of colors!


Front and back LED Lighting Selfie Phone Case.  And, this has more Color Options!




Heart-shaped, Wayfarer Frameless Sunglasses. These are SO cute! 





Cinema Light Box with letters.  Now they can have their name in lights!





BOSE Micro Bluetooth, Waterproof Speaker.  Portable, and other color options!





Fitbit Charge 2 Heartrate + Fitness Wristband.  These are so stylish and on trend!  More colors, too!



Hottest Holiday Toys for Kids!  Christmas and Holiday Gift Guide 2018



Super Comfy UGG Robe.  Other colors and styles available! 




Polaroid Onestep 2 instant camera in mint green.
  Other colors available.




Professional Make-up Brushes Set
Perfect for getting ready in the morning!




Leather Coin Purse.  So cute and convenient!  Other color options!




Silk Sleep Mask. Teens love to sleep.  Help her make it happen!




Makeup Kit with Travel Case. Now she will always be ready to go!




10 Foot strand of Rose Gold, Geometric BoHo Lights.  Light up her room with these gorgeous string lights!




12 Bath Bombs Gift Set.  Help her unwind after a long day at school.



Unicorn Slippers with Memory Foam.  The perfect, cozy slippers!





Laptop Backpack with USB Port.  Every girl on the go needs this for easy phone charging.





Why do we give Holiday Gifts?

One of the main reasons we have the custom of giving and receiving presents at Christmas is to remind us of the presents given to Jesus by the Wise Men: Frankincense, Gold, and Myrrh.

In some families, the tradition is to give gifts to the children, but not the adults.  

And, sometimes, it’s a matter of the family budget when it comes to gift giving.


How do other countries celebrate?

Ever wonder how other countries around the world celebrate Christmas? In this look at Christmas around the world, you may recognize more of your holiday favorites. And, get ideas for new traditions to start.



Children in Japan receive their Christmas presents on their pillow during Christmas night. And a traditional Christmas meal in Japan is fried chicken.



The Spanish dish, turrón, a confection made from honey, egg white, sugar, and toasted almonds, is served during Christmas. Recipes date back to the 16th century.



Here, Christmas is celebrated on January 7, and Babouschka brings gifts to children. Babouschka, meaning old woman or grandmother in Russian, is based on the biblical story of the woman who didn’t give a gift to the baby Jesus. So, to repent, she gives gifts to children.



Italian families celebrate Christmas Eve with the Feast of the Seven Fishes and eat lentils during the holiday season to ensure luck and wealth for the following year. The children in Italy receive gifts from La Befana during Christmas.



In Finland, families decorate the holiday tree with geometric mobiles made out of straw. It’s also customary to enjoy a sauna on Christmas Eve before Santa’s visit. According to the ancient custom, this ritual cleanses the body and mind.



Celebrations of Christmas around the world often include some form of charity. In Ukraine, it’s traditional to hang spider web-shaped decorations on the tree. This reflects the Ukrainian legend of the poor widow who didn’t have enough money to decorate her tree, but when her children awoke on Christmas day, the tree was covered in webs that glistened gold and silver in the morning light.



Children in Holland receive presents from Sinterklaas on December 5, not Christmas Eve or Day. And if they leave carrots for Sinterklaas’s horse, he’ll leave sweets for the kids.



In Germany, it is traditional for children to decorate their Christmas lists with pictures and then leave them on the windowsill overnight. Then, the Christkind delivers gifts at Christmas. Also in Germany, it’s a tradition to leave a shoe or boot outside the front door on December 5, so that Sinterklaas will put small presents in their shoes for the following morning (Saint Nicholas Day).



It’s traditional for Irish families to leave out mince pies and a pint of Guinness as a snack for Santa.



The traditional Christmas meal in Poland is called the Wigilia. Held on Christmas Eve, Wigilia is derived from the Latin phrase “to watch.” Families here believe that what happens during Wigilia festivities predicts the coming year.



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