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 high 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 about to graduate. 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 some 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 Valentine heart pjs.

My girl always has earrings and other things that need a safe spot on her dresser. These kitty heart dishes are super cute.

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

This Natural Life boho heart coffee mug would be great for any age. I also love this “our hearts are very old friends” mug which is perfect for a friend.

I love Natural Life products (they are cheerful and have that fun boho vibe) and this heart coffee mug is so cute.

A vintage Valentine’s Day 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 stuffed toy Sloth is totally adorable.

A healing rose quartz stone in a heart shape would be a sweet sentiment for anyone.

Speaking of crystals, this Divine Love soy candle has crystals within the candle itself.

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

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  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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