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With St. Patty’s Day coming up, a nice little gift for your teen may not seem like a big deal but could spur a love for the holiday. Not only that, but they will appreciate this little gesture from you, whether they act like it in the moment or not. Some cool ideas are listed below, ones that are unique and that your teen should find interesting.
St. Patrick’s Day Gifts for Teens
“I put the SHE in shenanigans” Shirt
Does your daughter have a habit of doing anything that could be considered “shenanigans?” Then she definitely needs this shirt for St. Patrick’s Day.
Green Cloud Slime
Slime is all the rage right now, with kids of all ages. Get your teen this green cloud slime and they will have fun for hours.
Irish Coffee Cozy- Leprechaun Holding Pot of Gold
If your teen loves coffee and picks up coffee on the way to school or work on a regular basis, they need this Irish coffee cozy with a leprechaun holding a pot of gold on it.
Leprechaun and Rainbow Earrings
These adorable leprechaun and rainbow earrings will be fun for her to wear to school or anywhere else she chooses to wear them.
Lucky Charm Bracelet
This lucky charm bracelet will bring your teen luck throughout the day and beyond!
“Rawr” Dinosaur Holding a Four Leaf Clover Long Sleeve Shirt
If your teen has a little “rawr” in them, this shirt with a dinosaur holding a four leaf clover is the best gift you can give. Chances are they will love wearing it too.
The Irish and Ireland are part of what started St. Patrick’s Day, so naturally, an “Ireland” keychain makes a perfect gift this holiday.
St. Patrick’s Day Bookmark
For the teen who is a bookworm, a St. Patrick’s Day bookmark will help them keep their place in their books.
“May the luck be with you” Shirt
Help bring the luck to them with this “May the luck be with you” shirt, and bonus points if they like Star Wars.
Shamrock Coffee Mug
This shamrock coffee mug is so simple, yet so awesome! They will love drinking their coffee, tea, or hot cocoa out of it.
Four Leaf Clover Scented Candle
A scented candle just might make their room smell better, after all, teenager’s bedrooms rarely smell very good!
“This is a lucky charm from me to you” Necklace
A beautiful necklace for your beautiful daughter this St. Patrick’s Day, to bring her luck!
Four Leaf Clover Folded Notecards with Envelopes
This set of four leaf clover folded notecards and envelopes are perfect for your teen to write notes, letters, or cards to friends or family, even after the holiday is over.
“Lucky” Tote Bag
Your child is lucky, every day you provide for them. This “lucky” tote bag will certainly come in handy for school, going to a friend’s house, or going wherever they need to go.
Irish Sloth Shirt
Sloths are not only awesome, but they have a ton of things in common with your teen. They’re both slow and lazy!
“I can’t keep calm, it’s St. Patrick’s Day” Coffee Mug
Your teen simply can’t keep calm because it’s their favorite holiday, and they love green. They definitely need this mug!
A clover hat will help them keep the sun out of their eyes as spring comes and the sun comes out more often.
Mini St. Patrick’s Day Cookies
Now, if your teen has a sweet tooth, they will love gobbling up these mini St. Patrick’s Day cookies! Yum!
“You’re my lucky charm” Wood Sign
Your kid is your lucky charm, tell them how much they mean to you with this “You’re my lucky charm” wood sign this St. Patrick’s Day.
“O’Snap” Clover Shirt
Does your teen say “Oh snap” a lot? This shirt is a perfect combo of their favorite phrase and St. Patrick’s Day goodness.
St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to be all about wearing green, the leprechauns, pots of gold, and whatever else it is usually about. You can set a nice tradition for your family by getting your teen a gift for the holiday.