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In trying to figure out what to get our own teen daughter for Christmas, I’ve put together this last-minute list that just might give you an idea too. These gift ideas range from stocking stuffer to higher-price. Hopefully, you’ll get some good last minute ideas!
HP 2-in-1 Sprocket camera and printer (available for pre-order from Best Buy)
If you are not yet familiar with the HP Sprocket 2-in-1, it’s a pocket-sized camera and printer! About the size of a smartphone, you can take it anywhere and print photos on the spot. Here’s what you should know.
- Print pictures you just took with the 5 MP built-in camera
- Print pictures from your social media
- Friends can connect by Bluetooth to wirelessly print their pictures
- Customize pictures before printing – add emojis, frames, text, etc. with the HP Sprocket App
- Easy load paper, open the top of the printer and drop it in
- Up to 313 x 400 dpi
When you get the HP Sprocket 2-in-1, you’ll get the HP Sprocket Photo Printer, a USB cable, a wrist strap, and 10 sheets of sticky-backed photo paper.
Whether your teen is taking pictures at an event, or helping a friend decorate her locker, she’ll find tons of moments to capture, print, and share.
Lava lamp — Those mesmerizing, colorful, floating blobs are just as fun today as when we were kids.
Paint-by-sticker book — Number-coded sticker shapes come together to create
Makeup kit with a lot of fun colors, or a gift card to a beauty store like ULTA. Include a makeover with one of the makeup artists.
Tickets to a show. We were unsuccessful in snagging Hamilton Tickets for the Portland tour, but Les Miserable is also on its way!
Games – if your teen has some games of her own, it might make group friend nights a little easier to plan. Try Code N
Girls Who Code Perfect for sparking an interest in coding, or promoting an interest that’s already there. Includes inspiring stories from women who work at places like Pixar and NASA.
A mall shopping trip with mom – I always buy a new outfit for the kids for Christmas, but it’s harder as they get older. Things have to fit just right, and they’re developing their own styles. Plus this way, we spend some time together! (Use these printable Christmas Coupons to go along with this gift)
Super fluffy pompom hat (if you live where it gets cold)
Do you have a teen girl gift that’s gone over great with someone you know? Share your good idea in the comments and you just might help out another shopper!