toddlers and tiaras gift guide tlc 'Toddlers and Tiaras' holiday gift guide: Glitz dresses, pageant books and more

“Toddlers & Tiaras” has been around for awhile now and there are plenty of gifts for the kid-pageant devotee. Whether you want to dress a little girl like a sparkly princess or you just want to read about awful moms, the right gift is available for you.

Under $25

Princess tiara and wand set ($5.45) – It’s not actually necessary to enter an expensive beauty pageant to get one of those crowns. Buy your own and pretend to be Ultimate Grand Supreme in the comfort of your own home!

“Unleashing a Momster” ($9.99) – There are plenty of awful moms on “Toddlers & Tiaras,” and this is one of them, apparently. Also, everyone loves to hate a winner and supposed “star” Eden Wood is at the center of the story.

“How to Get Your Child into Pageants” ($9.99) – If the previous book didn’t scare you, here is a guide to how to create your own itty-bitty beauty queen.

“Toddlers & Tiaras Crowning Moments” ($14.98) – Instead of wading through multiple seasons of “Toddlers & Tiaras,” looking for those notable kids, TLC has put together what is essentially a greatest-hits collection. Honey Boo Boo is even on this!

Under $50

“Eden Wood: From Cradle to Crown” ($35) – This would be another perspective (although interestingly co-authored by the “Momster” book’s writer) on the life of one of those girls in pageants.

Swarovski crystal earrings ($40) – Nothing says princess like jewels. Pageant accessories are a must for all such princesses, and these crystal earrings are sized right for small girls.

Over $100

Eden Wood signed celebrity photo ($125) – As the show insists, Eden Wood is a big star. She even had her own show for a little while. Celebrate this heavily made-up child with a signed photo.

Custom-made high-glitz dress ($875) – You can dress that special little girl in your lift in high-glitz fashion with a rhinestone-encrusted and custom-made dress. While dresses can cost far more than $1000, it’s possible to do OK with a little less.

Posted by:Laurel Brown