For Your Sweetheart
You made it through the holidays, and yes, it’s that time again. Gift-giving time. Valentine’s Day can sometimes feel a bit like an obligation. Like the outside world is telling you February 14th is the day you must buy something for your sweetheart. It’s ok. You can do it. Just keep it simple and sweet. You can’t go wrong with the big three - dinner, flowers, and chocolate. You’ve got that part down, right? Choosing the gift can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be crazy extravagant. The key to a great one is the message it sends. Go for something unique, something meaningful. And really, obligation or not, anytime is the right time to make a loved one feel loved.
18 Jan, 2012
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This acoustic guitar print makes a rockin’ gift for your sweetheart. Of course if your love is of the electric variety, that option is also available.
3 Lambs Graphics | Buy
A classic heart makes a classic gift. This one is gold plated and hangs from a dainty chain. Customize it with her initial stamped on one side, yours on the other.
Beazuness | Buy
Is your valentine a sports fanatic? Show your love with a Game Time Schedule Watch. Just plug it into your computer and download his favorite sports schedule. He’ll never miss a game – now that’s love.
Game Time Sports Watch | Buy
Is there anything more romantic than a bicycle built for two? Enjoy spending time together while you get fit. The couple that bikes together…
Target | Buy
Remind your sweetheart of an earlier time. It might be where he proposed or the place you first met. This handmade glass paperweight featuring a vintage map of that special spot is a glassy way to show your love.
Tanner Glass | Buy
A techie alternative to a box of chocolates, this velvety soft heart mouse is fully functional - perfect for sending love notes via email.
Mousenvy | Buy
Certainly not your traditional love heart, some might find this a little unsettling. For the less conventional, a gothically romantic anatomical heart cameo might be just right.
Deadly Romantic Girl | Buy
This stack of rings customized with a date chosen by you makes a unique gift. Go simple and use Valentine’s Day, or make it personal and use a date that means something to both of you.
Foundling | Buy
Whether he reeled you in or it was the other way around, let your outdoorsman know he’s a keeper. Inside this tiny fishing-themed box, he’ll find a golden fish and a message.
Lucky Bug Paper Co. | Buy
With a removable tea strainer, this ceramic birds of a feather teacup set is perfect for brewing your favorite loose tea. Buy two for your bird of a feather, and you have a sweet way to say “let’s share a cup of tea together.”
Ruche | Buy
This ring mighty be dainty, but with “loved” engraved on one side it is kind of a heart stopper. One little word says it all. The two tiny diamonds on the other side probably help a little.
St. Kilda | Buy
(Options from $100 - $1,005)
Rather than carving your names in a tree, let Juri Romanov from Orange Optimist personalize your very own tree of love. Add a frame for a romantic gift.
Orange Optimist | Buy