Stocking Filler Ideas for Teen and Tween Girls

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Teens and Tweens are, at least in my family, the most awkward to buy for in terms of stocking fillers. These days the girls, Olivia and my 13-year-old niece, are either permanently glued to their phones or to The Disney Channel. There is nothing else that can hold their attention like binge-watching their favourite series from start to finish for the umpteenth time.

So finding things that will be a hit for teen and tween stocking fillers this year is going to be somewhat tricky so naturally, I have been scouring the internet for some ideas on things that could come in handy and that will be appreciated by the teens and tween girls in your life.

Mermaid Make Up Brushes £2.99 – £12.99

Our girls are just getting into makeup so these would be a great starter set to start them on their way.

Hatch Your Own Unicorn £5.89

Who wouldn’t want their own unicorn?


Girl Code Book £12.99

This is definitely something our girls would love!

Disney Life App: free. Subscription applies

Having this on their phones would free up my TV for some binge-watching of my own!

Mobile Phone Novelty Light £4.99

You know, so they can see when they are texting in the dark when they are supposed to be asleep! 

Teenage Girl Challenges £9.95

No explanation needed! 

Along with small gifts, our stockings usually contain a satsuma, a throwback to our childhood when we always had a satsuma from my mum in our stockings, chocolate and usually some form of colouring pencils/crayons and a little book. The idea is that they are happy enough to play whilst we get an extra hour or so without having to be up pre 6 am after not getting to bed until gone midnight!

What type of gifts do your Xmas stockings contain? And do you have any ideas for stocking fillers for teen and tween girls for me for this year? I would love to know!

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  1. Hatch your own unicorn? That is genius!! I would like one;) I enjoy buying for my niece as I get get all the girly stuff that I cant get for my boys. I also really love the mermaid makeup brushes, really pretty.
    Thanks for being part of the #mainyloveschristmas linky party, it’s great to have you along and I’m loving the look of your site, every time I come over it looks better and better x

  2. My 9 year old’s Christmas I don’t think could possibly be complete without a hatch your own unicorn!!! #blogstravaganza

  3. Brilliant ideas. I don’t have to buy for any teen girls at the moment but there are some brilliant ideas here. Your stocking fillers sound a lot like mine used to be! And as for not getting up before 6am – I WISH that were possible, but with an excitable 8 year old and having about 20 people around for Christmas Lunch my Christmas Day always starts before 6am.
    I look forward to the day someone cooks for me on Christmas Day!!!
    Thanks for linking to #pocolo

  4. Thanks for linking up with #blogstravaganza
    Thanks for the ideas, I’ll keep them in mind (my 5 year old is going on 15!)

  5. We always used to have a satsuma in ours too – and I think my parents also had the idea of them being delaying tactics, which mostly worked.! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

  6. There are some great ideas here! DisneyLife is fab! Thanks much for sharing with #Blogstravaganza xx

  7. Those mermaid brushes are a new idea for me! Thanks! Our girls liked getting nail polish and lip gloss in their stockings last year. -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  8. These are some great ideas, I have bought make u brushes for all of mine this year 🙂 Love the look of the teenage challenges #PoCoLo

  9. Great ideas…I got my youngest the unicorn egg a few weeks ago when it was only £3 something. hehehe
    I love the look of the Teenage Girl Challenges. They could be fun 😀 x