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Frugal Valentine's Day Gifts For Girls

Updated: Feb 15, 2020

If you've read most of my posts, you already know I love saving money any way I can. Holidays can be a money trap, but they don't have to be. Thank the good Lord for Dollar Tree because you can whip up a pretty neat gifts for your kids for cheap.


My budget this year is only $20 - which is $5 per child. (John and I don't do a lot of gifting, it's not either of our love languages.) I took a trip to DT to see what I could find. This is for all the girl moms, sorry boy moms - nothing against you, I just don't have an eye for boy stuff.


My 9-year-old loves to plan and it's still early enough to get her this cute 2020 planner.

For all the artsy girls...



You can never go wrong with $1 fingernail polish. It may not last the longest, but at least you won't get mad if they spill it all. (Well, unless it's on the carpet or furniture.)

I love gifts that are either throw-away-able at a later date (ie: the painting after it has hung in their room for awhile) or things that won't lay on the floor, forgotten. Cute decorations fit in my criteria.

I will buy 1 bag of candy and split it among them.


Practical gifts are my favorite.

Again, probably not the best quality at $1, but they love playing salon.

Practical and cute!


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