Of all the people on your holiday shopping list, teens seem impossible to please when it comes to finding the perfect present. You want to get them something they’ll love, but what do teens even like these days? Instead of tossing a few gift cards their way, check out our list that was curated with the pickiest of teens in mind. From cozy gifts to perfect presents for gamers, to the gifts they won’t want to share with anyone else, consider this your holiday shopping cheat sheet for all the teens on your list.
Cooluli Skincare Mini Fridge
From snacks to skincare, this mini fridge is perfectly sized to fit in your teen's room. Stock them up on their favorite face masks and flavored waters as an added bonus gift.
Inspire a budding musician with a set of digital drums that they can take with them wherever they go. Bonus: Your teen can plug their headphones into the drums and practice, so no one else hears their drum session.
They’ve got hundreds of photos just sitting on their phones. With this mini printer, they can actually print them to share with friends, decorate their locker, or create a photo collage in their room. It’s easy to use and they can add fun borders or filters to their pictures!
These 3-D puzzles let teens create four different creations like animals, flowers, and birds, and the string of LED lights transforms the puzzle into a glowy nightlight! Once they get tired of one design, they can change up the Creatto and make a different puzzle.
These lights are perfect for creating a beautiful display in your teen’s room. With soft fairy lights and clips to hold photos, they can update their installation with new pictures as often as they change their mind.
If your teen is interested in creating comics, graphic design, or want to take their art work digital, this drawing tablet is a great gift. It’s highly rated and reviewed and comes with easy to use software to get their art adventures started.
All those hours holding their phones to watch TikToks can be exhausting. So, gift your teen this gooseneck phone holder that attaches to their bed, table, or a chair. Now, they can relax hands-free while they scroll.