Teen Girl Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

I love holidays and Valentine’s Day is a great time to love on your family! I’ve got two middle schoolers now and every holiday is a chance to let them know how much I love them. I can’t believe my older daughter is almost in high school. Time does fly by!

My mom always got us a mini heart-shaped box of Russell Stover chocolates for Valentine’s Day. Now I love both chocolate and flowers, but sometimes it’s fun to think outside the heart-shaped gift box.

valentines ideas for teenagers

Here are a dozen ideas for Valentine’s Day for tween and teen girls that are red hot! Most all of these ideas are less than $20. Put these in a gift bag with candy such as red hots or Dove chocolates or Hershey’s Kisses and share the love (and chocolate.)

For your writer, a classic red leather journal.

Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown is a classic!

Warm and comfy Hello Kitty heart PJs. I might have to get a pair of these.

My girl always has earrings and other things that need a safe spot on her dresser. I love this terracotta I Love You trinket dish.

A fun chocolate Valentine’s Day pizza that looks delish.

For your jewelry lover, this crossed arrow necklace from Handpicked is more contemporary than your standard heart pendant.

I love Ty Beanie Boos and this Valentine’s Day bear is adorable!

A coloring book that is perfect for any age.

These heart theme bath bombs are made with organic shea butter.

Love these cute lip balms that look like a box of chocolates.

My 13-year-old has fun string lights in her room that look like white roses. These heart lights would be a cute surprise!

This cute Webkinz monkey is totally adorable.

Do you give your kids Valentine’s Day gifts? What are some of your favorite ideas?

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2 comments

  1. Lullaby says:

    Oh, my son is still really small, but at Valentine’s Day I always bake cupcakes for all my family 🙂 Of course, in the shape of hearts… 😉

  2. Preschool2teen says:

    I love the bath bomb idea. We have middle schooler as well and her thing lately is relaxing in the tub. I use to fuss for her to hurry and get out of the tub, but I now realize it’s her quiet time away from her younger siblings.

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