Over at Madeit they have a gift guide. There are all sorts of sections: Gifts under $20, Mother, His, Hers, Party, Pets, and more.
But I noticed the other day that the Teen Boy section was empty. Totally empty. There were no items at all listed there for buyers wanting to buy for a teen boy!
So I added a couple of my card holders, which I have actually given to a teen boy, my nephew, with a iTunes gift card.
It got me thinking.
What else could I sew that could be suitable for a teen boy? Pencil cases? iPhone cases? Things I haven’t even considered sewing yet? What do you think?
I have found in the past that friends and family have suggested making things that have been GREAT in my Store so I’d love to hear your suggestions. I may even have a surprise gift to give to someone…
Laptop carriers? Oh and I just made a rice heat pack which my husband promptly stole for a football injury. Maybe a sport playing teenage boy would appreciate one?
Oh, great idea, Bettina. Thanks!
A wallet? A lanyard with favorite logo or colors. Sunglass, or eyeglass case. The kids in the states have to wear a photo ID at school.
I had thought of glasses cases before and forgotten – thanks for the reminder!
Mary Preston says
I had trouble buying my son a satchel. A satchel with a strap that they crosses the body is essential for a teen boy.
Since most teens, specially boys, consider gadgets as a necessity, try making more carriers or bags for laptops, tablet PC, mobile phones and others.
Can’t wait to read what you came up with!