valentine’s day gift ideas

So I have been thinking about valentine’s day for my family, picking up greeting cards here and some chocolates there.  But I am not sure what the main gifts will be.

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So like with everything, I always look and review what I did the year before and the year before that, etc.  So I thought I would share what I did last year in case it inspires someone for this year.

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I used a deck of cards to tell Mr. Masterpiece 52 different ways I love him.  It was super fun to create and pretty easy to put together.

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I printed out the 52 reasons on plain paper and then cut them out in strips that would fit width wise on the cards.  I used a glue stick to attached the paper strips to the cards.

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Then I hole punched the cards and attached the whole deck with binder rings.   It’s a thoughtful gift that only takes some time but costs nearly nothing.  I bought the cards at the Dollar Tree.

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Mr. Masterpiece is also a great mixologist.  Yes, we enjoy a good cocktail.  I got him the oversized ice cube tray from Williams-Sonoma to add to his bar paraphernalia.  He’s not a big sweets guy so this is his candy.  LOL.

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The Masterpiece kids on the other hand love chocolate and candy so I filled mason jars for each of them full of their favorite chocolate treats.

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They also got a scented candle each for their bedrooms.  We all love to burn candles in this family.

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Just some simple gifts to remind my family that I love them and think about them all the time.

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They are my life!
The most important thing in the world is family and love. John Wooden
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“The most important thing in the world is family and love.”  
~ John Wooden~

17 Comments

  1. Lovely gift ideas! I’ve seen the 52 Ways… idea before but never with the cards put on rings before. I like that this makes the cards feel more like a flip book and would encourage the receiver to look back on it more frequently. I think I’ll have to give this DIY a go! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  2. What great gift ideas! I wish someone would do neat stuff like that for ME! I do little things for my kids and the grands. Boyfriend is not too much of a romantic but I got enough chocolates at Christmas from everyone that I still won’t need Valentine’s chocolate! At work, I once told an affiliating student that women should get flowers, perfume, chocolate, and jewelry for Valentine’s Day. Come the day, she came in, laden with gifts for me; a single cheap silk rose, several Avon perfume sample packets, a baggie with a handful of Hershey kisses (she knew I was dieting), and a child’s crown/bracelet/ earring set from the dollar store! What a hit! I promptly put on the jewelry and going through a doorway, I startled someone who had a mad on at me into saying hello; she hadn’t spoken to me for over a year! What fun!

  3. How sweet! You really come up with great gifts! I give my kids a few small items each year. Husbands are hard to get for, though! You’ve got my wheels turning…….thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm.
    xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home