Hello, my lovely valentines,
It’s almost that time of year- the day of love is so close. And whether you’re spending it with your S.O. or your dog, you can still embrace the Hallmark holiday through gift-giving. Valentine’s Day is about celebrating love, and there’s so much love to go around besides romantic love. So if you’re looking for something special for your sweetie, look no further!
Flowers from Silk Plants Direct: I love receiving flowers, but unfortunately, their lifespan is finite. One of the saddest sights is a bouquet of drooping, decaying blooms. I’ve partnered with Silk Plants Direct to share some beautiful silk plants with you guys. These bouquets are absolutely gorgeous, especially at this dismal time of year. And, you can use my code BLOGGER10 for 10% off your first purchase. The perfect gift for your girlfriend, mom, sister, or best friend! And they really do look real.
A Love Poem: Writing someone a love poem is so personal and cute. Or just a nice handwritten note or card- get creative!
A Scrapbook or Picture Frame: Printed pictures are so much better than an Instagram or camera roll. Find your favorite picture of you and your gift recipient from a really happy time, and place it in a beautiful frame. And voila, you’re done!
Something Sweet: You can’t go wrong with chocolate! And if your S.O. has a favorite candy, you can make up one of these cute little jars as a sweet surprise. I filled mine with fake rose petals and added some glittery ribbon to spice it up.
A mug: A personalized mug is a great gift that will actually get used. And every time your love takes a sip of coffee, he’ll think of you!
Those are my gift ideas! Obviously, there are hundreds of other things you could do, but these are some of my favorites. <3
Thanks for reading!
FTC: This post was written in partnership with Silk Plants Direct. All opinions are my own.
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