Incredible High End Gifts for Girls

Despite the state of the world there is plenty of evidence in high end stores and online that we still like to spoil our little girls. For instance did you know there is now a category of art sales for children known as canvas art for girls? These are not the usual posters that hang on the walls. These are paintings in stretchers meant to enhance the room of your special princess. Pop art is popular in this category and you will find all kinds of images of large psychedelic flowers so that your child has something to meditate on. Large pink abstract pictures of ballerinas, ballerina slippers and tiaras are also available to decorate the perfect little girl's room. Stylized pictures, done in the French illustrative style with lots of curlicues and swirly writing of fairies, flowers and scenes from the lives of storybook princess are also very popular.

High end bedrooms for girls should also have lots of mirrors. There are many pretty styles available including ones that are topped with tiara and crown designs done in jewels and crystals. You can also get heart shaped styles with pink glittering pave rims. Many of these designer mirrors will run you between $400 and $1000 which is a reflection of just how pampered rich kids in 'the 1%' can be nowadays.

Bedding for little girls can also be insanely expensive and luxurious. The company Addison, which is famous for it's floral tea sets (and tea sets for kids) makes floral patterned luxury curtains, headboards, cornice drapes and bed canopies that retail for thousands of dollars. However these products are exception and done in beautiful greens, yellows, oranges and pinks and have fantastic graphics of flora and fauna on them.

Little girls (and boys for that matter) can also now eat from high chairs that look like they came from the palace of Louis XIV in France. There are ornate styles with round backs, leopard print fabrics and expensive wood trimmings. Some of these high chairs are ornate, white and made out of imitation ivory. They also retail for hundreds, if not thousands of dollars per design.

Little girls can also now take personalized totes and lunch boxes with their names engraved on them. You can also buy lots of other kinds of bling for little girls including pink fluffy tutus, skirts made out of satin roses and t-shirts emblazoned with rhinestones.

Gift Games For Kids

If kids are bored during the holidays get them playing some games. A good on is the 'What's in the Box Game.'
This gift has layer and layers of wrapping paper but who will be the lucky person to unwrap the last layer and win the gift! This hot potato style of game has variations that can make each unwrapping entertaining.
In the basic version you wrap a gift or gifts if several groups in several layers of wrapping paper. The number of layers depends on how long you want the game to last, plus the more people the more layers.
Have everyone sit in a circle and give your group / groups a gift and tell them when you turn on the music to pass the gift in one direction and when you turn off the music who ever has the gift gets to remove ONE layer of wrapping paper.. The many layers are removed in this fashion until the last layer of paper is taken off and whoever has the gift unwrapped gets to keep it.
Yet another good game is Dice Doubles. This is an Unwrap the Gift Game. Announce that you are going to play a game where you unwrap a gift. Then after everyone is seated and ready to go place a set of oven mitts next to the gift. Now it gets a little harder!
Get a gift or gift certificate and place in a solid box. Then wrap the gift with paper, then masking tape, paper, masking tape, paper etc… The more layers, the harder the game will be to play and the more interesting.
Sit everyone in a circle and announce how the game is played.
Each player takes a turn at rolling 2 dice.
The first person to roll doubles goes to the center of the circle put on the oven mitts or gloves and then starts unwrapping the gift with their hands. They cannot use their teeth or any other part of their body. While the person is working on trying to unwrap the gift, the dice continue to be rolled and passed until the next person rolls the dice and yells, 'Stop!'
At that point the person in the middle must put down the gift, take off the oven mitts/gloves and return to their seat. The next person now puts on the mitts and works to unwrap the gift.
The dice rolling and unwrapping continues until someone finally gets through all the layers of wrapping paper and tape and holds up the gift. Then the gift is theirs to keep.
In a variation you can make it a little harder by making the players wear a hat, scarf and gloves. It can also be made a little harder by only allowing players to change places every time double sixes or ones are rolled.