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Time for 55 of the best Christmas gift ideas for girls! Between wrappable gifts and stocking stuffers, I’ve been thinking about this list for months because – honestly – shopping for little girls is so much fun! Takes me back to the gifts I really wanted and loved as a child and now I get to make that magic happen for my oldest (she’s 7).
Honestly, if it were up to Quinn she would get a million LOL Dolls and trinket junk… I love her but man is she a collector of small plastic items.
My goal is to give her age-appropriate stuff to do to really flex her imagination without 10,000 small pieces all around the house AND to get her some practical stuff she’ll still love and use daily.
This girl’s gift list of the best Christmas gift ideas for girls is designed with girls ages 5-10 in mind :).
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Here are 55 gift ideas for girls for Christmas – check out my favorites!
Best Christmas Gift Ideas for Girls
1 // Jewelry Box – this all wood jewelry box is stunning in real life and has an engravable nameplate. A total keepsake piece that will last for years.
2 // Sherpa/Minky Monogrammed Blanket – get her her OWN blanket with her name on it! These are a great deal
3 // Custom Puzzle – I had one of these made last year from our Disney trip and it’s just a cute way to commemorate a special moment or trip + gives them an activity to do.
4 // LED Photo Light Strand – LOVE this for any kid to display all the fun family & friend moments in their life or their artwork – this is the kind of thing Quinn loves and it’s got a great price & good reviews.
5 // Fire Tablet – we limit the use of these to travel only but they’re amazing. Set time limits, set age limits on the content, and limit access to the internet (no more YouTube Kids).
6 // Supersoft Slippers – these come in girl sizes 13/1, 2/3, 4/5 and look like super soft bunnies. I’ll splurge on slippers for myself but since kids feet grow so fast, I go cheap on the slippers.
7 // Foldable TeePee – you won’t believe the price on this… and the reviews are awesome. Considering it for my girls!
8 // Fly Bar – we don’t own this and I’m honestly not sure if it’s a good idea or a terrible one ;). Comes in 17 color combos and can be used inside or outside and the price is REALLY good.
9 // Embroidered Pom Hat – this is darling (Quinn has one!) and comes monogrammed and available in turquoise, navy, or pink.
10 // Twisty Petz – these semi fall under the trinket category but Quinn really loves them – it’s a beaded strand that can be manipulated into jewelry or a little ‘pet’. They’re actually pretty cute.
11 // Mr Sketch Washable Markers – the same amazing scents from our childhood are an awesome gift + these are washable.
12 // Story Cubes – these have great reviews and encourage creativity and storytelling for older kids. Seems like a good ‘waiting at a restaurant’ toy to have on-hand.
13 // Balance Beam – I think kids ages 2-10 would love this… it’s 4 foot so if you want something longer, they velcro together and are super lightweight for portability. Made by Tumble Track which is an actual gymnastics equiptment company. I ordered one for our basement :).
14 // Shock Proof Binoculars – these are real binoculars but totally kid-proof. Good for nature/hiking and the Muny in the summer if you’re in STL. They come in 10 colors if pink isn’t your gal’s thing.
15 // Drawstring Transparent Toy Bags – ok these are maybe more for mom than the kids but these bags are great for storing tinier toys; the fun stuff is still in sight but all the pieces are kept together.
16 // Warmies – believe me, I am VERY anti-more stuffed animals coming into this house BUT I’m making an exception for these… they’re microwavable and have dried French lavender for a soothing warm cuddle AND they’re at an awesome price point and they have a million animals to choose from – see them all here. Basically a really cute cuddly heating pad for kids – I’m grabbing one for each of mine.
17 // Pink Bunny Sleeping Bag – this little pink bunny sleeping bag looks like PBK but it’s about half the price with good reviews!
18 // Kids Headphones – great if you have travel coming up – good price, good reviews, tons of color combos.
19 // Instax Mini – I grabbed one of these for each of my big kids, mainly because I ALWAYS wanted a Polaroid as a kid. I think they’ll love them!
20 // Printed Name Labels – these aren’t the most exciting but Quinn does love them and they are SO practical! Personalized name labels that are dishwasher & washer safe – we stick them on water bottles, in coats & jackets, on school supplies, and even on the bottom of dance shoes. They’re amazing and so cute.
21 // Caboodle – I bought one of these for Quinn to hold some of her ‘treasures’ ;).
22 // Arts & Crafts Library – this box of craft supplies looks AMAZING and has awesome reviews.
23 // 3D Butterfly Wall Decor – this set is really cool! 72 pieces that are easy to apply and easily removable as wall decor.
24 // Easy Thank You Notes – these little notecard thank you notes have an easy template for kids to fill out… perfect to gift for holiday thank you notes! I have a set for Quinn and it makes the whole ‘thank you note’ step that much easier.
25 // Temporary Metallic Tattoos – you may hate metallic temporary tattoos but 99% sure your little girl won’t ;). These are SUPER inexpensive, too!
26 // Kids Activity Tracker/Watch – Quinn has owned this for almost a year and she loves it. It doesn’t track location but it does have a step tracker, obviously tells time, tracks chores (we don’t personally use this but MEGA need to) and it’s waterproof and the battery lasts a year so no worrying about charging it. They also sell replacement bands if the floral isn’t your jam.
27 // Puppy Surprise – alright… this is another throwback to my childhood and I may or may not still be able to sing the theme song 😉 but Quinn has one of these and really likes playing with it.
28 // Polly Pocket – this had tinier pieces than what I’d prefer (which is zero if I’m being honest 😉 ) but I LOVED Polly Pockets as a kid and Quinn loves them now so they’re on the list!
30 // Personalized Apron – I have one of these for each of my kids and they are DARLING, functional, and personalized on the little leather tag on the front. A great gift for kids who love to play in pretend kitchens and help in real kitchens.
31 // Stainless Steel Water Bottle – this little guy holds 12oz (perfect for kids) and has the S’Well look without the S’Well price… which is good because kids have a tendency to lose ALLTHETHINGS. NOTE: if you want a straw top for this cup, order one of these and cut the straw down to size.
32 // Girly Play House – can you believe this is under $75?! Me either.
33 // Cozy Pullover – this is the mini version of the Athleta Asym pullover that I have and love – I bought one for Quinn last year and it’s ridiculously cute and comes in 3 colors.
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Best Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Girls
1 // Kinetic Sand Refills/Mini Packs – put one from the set set of four of these little Kinetic Sand packs in a stocking and use the others for other kids’ stockings or birthday gifts.
2 // Wet Brushes – These are just the best if you have girls or boys with longer hair – no tugging, no fighting. I like the 2 pack and keep the small one in the car.
3 // Fine Mist Water Bottle – grabbing one of these for days when *someone* demands a fancy hairstyle – comes out as a super fine mist.
4 // Piggy Paint – this brand is non-toxic, no parabens or harsh, smelly chemicals, cruelty-free + vegan + made in USA.
5 // 50 Count Washable Markers – washable is the key word here 😉 this pack of 50 is such a great deal!
6 // Girls Underwear – stocking stuffers = perfect opportunity to stock up on the essentials ;). we love these at my house – inexpensive, cute & comfy
7 // Decorative Edge Scissor Set – grabbing these for Quinn for our crafting supplies.
8 // Nail Polish Holder – this is definitely for older girls but thought it was super clever so had to include!
9 // Kids Electric Toothbrush – this toothbrush is designed for kids ages 3+, rechargable, has great ratings, and has a built-in timer.
10 // Travel Spirograph – Quinn got one of these for her 7th birthday and really likes it. Refills for the paper are just regular post-its (3×3) so nothing special to buy. Great for the car, air travel, restaurants, etc.
11 // Flair Pens – Quinn loves these and I love to borrow them from her 😉
12 // Mr. Sketch Holiday Set – grabbed this little set for Quinn’s stocking because I just couldn’t resist
13 // Bath Bombs – Ok this pack of bath bombs comes with 24 which is obviously overkill for a stocking (they’re also organic + natural + awesome reviews) but you can keep the whole box for the year and stuff one in every birthday gift you give throughout the year as a thoughtful little extra. Breaks out to an amazing cost per bath bomb, especially compared to LUSH which is like $6/bomb!
14 // Scratch Art – these on-the-go super portable no-mess scratch pads are great for kids of all ages
15 // Wiki Stix – The perfect on-the-go toy to keep in your purse for any time you need tiny hands occupied for a few mins.
16 // Lice Repellent Spray – I know, I know… buying your child lice prevention spray for their stocking is just so typically MOM. But this stuff is all-natural and I spray it on my kids’ heads every morning before school – works as a detangler and a lice prevention spray.
17 // Bunny Scrunchies – this pack of 6 velvet scrunchies is super cute and SO affordable.
18 // Friendship Bracelet Set – this little set of friendship bracelets is so cute for mother/daughter IF your daughter will actuaklly wear one to match yours. Orrrr she’ll take both and give one to her real bestie, either way ;).
19 // Letters To Me When I Grow Up – this little book has prompts for your child to write themselves letters to themselves for when they’re older and includes little seals to be used on each ‘time capsule’ for the future. Fun fact: my dad read a letter I’d written about my future life as a little girl at his Father’s speech at our wedding and it was epic, you never know what gems your kid will write about!
20 // Burt’s Bees Chapstick – this stuff is natural and Quinn loves her some chapstick so this is an easy win for the stocking.
21 // Clear Hair Ties – Quinn loves these for her hair & her wrist… great little stocking stuffer!
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