Imaginative gifts that they will love

Christmas Gift Baskets for Teens

by Patti Chadwick

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It can be a difficult task finding imaginative gifts that your teenager will be thrilled to receive. Most teens want money! If you don't want to give your kids money and are looking for the perfect gift, check out these ideas for Christmas Gift Baskets.

Gift Basket for Teen Girls

  • face cleanser
  • perfume
  • make-up
  • special shampoo
  • hand cream
  • earrings or small jewelry
  • CDs
  • phone card
  • nail polish
  • key chain

Gift Basket for Teen Boys

  • deodorant
  • shaving cream
  • cologne or aftershave
  • face cleanser
  • hair gel
  • sport cards
  • key chain

College/High School Student Gift Basket

  • Post-it notes
  • pens
  • pencils
  • markers
  • stamps
  • index cards
  • calendar or date book
  • breakfast bars
  • certificates for fast good restaurants

Snack Basket

  • homemade cookies
  • chips
  • gum
  • hard candy
  • popcorn
  • chocolate

Home Movie Night Basket

  • video
  • microwave popcorn (movie theater style, of course!)
  • 2 liter bottle or 6 pack of their favorite soda
  • candy

Golfer's Basket

  • golf tees
  • golf hat
  • golf balls
  • golf shirt
  • golf towel
  • ball markers
  • water bottles
  • granola or energy bars
  • pass for green fees

Relaxation Basket

  • line basket with washcloth
  • soaps
  • bubbles
  • bath oil
  • lotion
  • fragrant candle

New Years Eve Basket

  • sparkling fruit juice
  • glasses
  • party hats & noisemakers
  • sparklers
  • confetti
  • balloons
  • certificate inviting your teens to have a New Years Eve bash at your house.

Beach Lover's Basket

  • beach towel
  • salt water taffy/li>
  • stationery with a beach theme
  • deflated beach ball
  • suntan lotion
  • disposable camera

These gift ideas were taken from the book "Happy Holidays With Teens" written by Patti Chadwick

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