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gift ideas for twins and a 10 yr. old?

Posted by orchardcreek (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 21, 11 at 13:14

Hi... anyone have any quick, easy to make simple gift ideas for twins (a boy and a girl) who will be 1 yr. old, and their 10 yr. old brother?

They actually get spoiled rotten by both sets of grandparents, so their parents said no gifts necessary, but I'd like to do something personalized and/or homemade for fun.



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RE: gift ideas for twins and a 10 yr. old?

For the ten year old you can take nice new one dollar bills and tie each one up with a ribbon and then put in a small box.
I've done this and it is well received.And the kid will be careful how he/she spends it not wanting to spend the last one.
the one year olds wont know the difference so somethin like talking books from the Dollar store

RE: gift ideas for twins and a 10 yr. old?

Not so sure about gifts to make. My 9 and 11 year old boys like to make stuff, but we don't call it crafts. They don't want anything made by me. Both boys love duct tape and love to make their own duct tape wallets or use it to do other fun stuff

I loved the hooded towels for my kids when they were little.

My kids loved photo albums even when they little. They loved looking at pictures of themselves and other family members. My oldest child took his to daycare. You could put togther some of the really inexpensive albums for the little ones to carry around. You could do something a little nicer for the 10 to.

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