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Cool holiday gifts for teens



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Holiday gift ideas for teens

Teens can be notoriously hard to buy for. So many things you think are cool, your child will deem lame. We scoured Amazon for the best gifts and picked our favorites. 



MYNT3D Professional Printing 3D Pen with OLED Display
Kids can draw and sculpt at the same time. This 3D pen comes with three colors of filaments. The pen features OLED display and discrete temperature adjustment controls. Watch your teen's imagination soar with this unique gift. 
Buy on Amazon Prime for $59.99.





642 Tiny Things to Draw
642 random drawing prompts to spark casual doodling while entertaining the mind. Inspire your resident artist with this fun little book.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $8.50



KODAK Smile Instant Print Digital Camera
Teens love taking pictures. With this handy little gadget they can snap and print in an instant. The pics come out on sticky paper ready to put up right away. It also has a flash and built in editor. Get your shutterbug one of these this holiday season. 
Buy on Amazon Prime for $99.79

Ozzptuu 8Pairs Embroidered Cartoon Socks
These socks are super fun for everyone. They are 90% cotton and have cute little faces embroidered on the back. These low cut, high back socks come in an 8-pack. Each sock is a different color with a different design. I bought these for my 13 year old grandson who loves funky socks. These are right up his alley.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $13.98




Dissent Collar Earrings
For the dissenter in your family, these RBG inspired earrings are a perfect fit. They are 24K gold-plated and 50% of profits go to great organizations. 
Buy on Amazon Prime for $17.95




Gooseneck Bed Phone Holder
Clip this right to a piece of furniture and bend it to fit your teen's needs. Whether your child is sitting or lying down, this phone holder will rise to the occasion with it's flexible telescopic arm that rotates 360 degrees. This is inexpensive enough to be a stocking stuffer.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $20.99







Cartoon Gel Ink Pens
Grab this 60 piece set of adorable cats for your young writer. These fun pens feature 7 different designs and 8 colors. Perfect for a stocking stuffer. 
Buy on Amazon Prime for $23.99





Fintie Screen Cleaning Pad
Screens are notorious for being dusty and dirty. Teens can clean phones, tablets and more with this stylish pad. It comes with an elastic handle strap that makes it easy to hold while cleaning. With four patterns to choose from, you are sure to find one to fit your kid's personality.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $11.99




Unisex 3D Novelty Hoodies
These cool pullovers come in 33 awesome designs. They are machine washable with a pull cord hoodie and pocket on the front. Make sure to get one for your kid before they sell out.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $25.99






ZIUMIER Z66 Gaming Headset
For the gamer in the family this is a not-too-expensive gift. It connects with 3.5mm audio jack is compatible with PC, PS4, PS5,Xbox One, laptop, Mac, tablet, and phone. It has a noise isolation microphone, LED RGB light, and surround sound. These headphones have a 4 1/2 star rating and come in 6 colors.
Buy on Amazon Prime for $27.99





For more holiday gift ideas see our 2021 Holiday Gift Guide





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