Cool Gifts for Kids & Teens

by The Elves at TLM on December 14, 2023 in Gift Guides,

Holiday shopping can be overwhelming with so many options for the little ones and the not-so little ones. Take a load off and check out these amazing items that are cute, comfy and fun for this holiday season.


Throne Kingdom Royal Mini Throne

A mini royal throne is a stunning gift for your little prince or princess. This chair is suitable for children ages 2-8 and is handcrafted from mahogany wood and stain-resistant marine-grade vinyl. Also features crystal tufting and a nailhead trimming. Throne Kingdom’s mini royal thrones are made with impeccable attention to detail and only the highest quality materials. $250+

The Gnome in Your Home book & plushie

For some, gnomes are a sign of Christmas but they are cute little friends all year long. Give the gift of kindness and fun for your kids this year with The Gnome in Your Home. This book tells the story of a group of gnomes who, due to their small size and lack of magical skills, question if they can make a difference. The story is told through illustrations and rhymes that will surely inspire all families to perform daily acts of kindness. With every book, a plushie gnome named Hartley is included. $29.95

The Gryt Kit

We like to give teens functional gifts they can really use (and appreciate). Skincare is vitally important for tweens and teens. The Gryt Kit includes the Face Courage daily cleanser, Balancing Act daily moisturizer, and the So Chill nighttime serum. With The Gryt Kit teens and tweens are encouraged to learn the value of self-care and hygiene. This kit could be wrapped up or put in a stocking. $48

The Comfy College

The Comfy has been all the rage with kids for the past few years. Now comes The Comfy College! Cheer on your favorite team from home or in the stands while staying warm in this wearable sherpa-lined blanket in your favorite college team colors. In addition to The University of Texas, it also comes in Texas A&M and Texas Tech versions. $49.99


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