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  • What I Love About You Valentine


    Don’t have the time or concentration for penning a heartfelt declaration of love? Use this handy check-box Valentine from Neat Things to get the point across with minimal effort. They might have thought of a few things you haven’t.

    $5 at Neat Things | Buy

    | Posted 24 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • I Freakin’ Love You Valentine


    Sometimes you just have to shout it out to get the point across. And there is no better amplifier than the word ‘freakin”. This bold card is printed and stitched by hand, making it a one-of-a-kind assertation of love.

    $13 at Miss Meg Shop | Buy

    | Posted 24 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • QR Code Valentine


    For the geek you love, send a suitably techie Valentine. When scanned wtih a smartphone, this colorful QR code will read “Happy Valentine’s Day!”, or can be personalized any way you like.

    $5 at ColoRelish | Buy

    | Posted 20 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Kent Dual Drive Tandem Bike


    Is there anything more romantic than a bicycle built for two? Enjoy spending time together while you get fit. The couple that bikes together…

    $268 at Target | Buy

    | Posted 20 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Vintage Map Paperweight


    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.

    $26 at Tanner Glass | Buy

    | Posted 20 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Velvet Valentine Heart Mouse


    A techie alternative to a box of chocolates, this velvety soft heart mouse is fully functional - perfect for sending love notes via email.

    $20 at Mousenvy | Buy

    | Posted 20 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Felt Piggy Banks


    Corral loose change and save some space at the same time with a flat felt piggy bank. These adorable piggies tuck away nicely in a drawer or on a shelf. And, best of all, there is no need to smash them open to feed the meter or do a load of whites at the laundromat.

    $19 at At West End | Buy

    (set of 4)

    | Posted 20 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • I Love You Big Time Valentine


    Wow, big time. It must be serious.

    $4 at Hello Small World | Buy

    | Posted 19 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • You’re A Keeper Message Box


    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.

    $11 at Lucky Bug Paper Co. | Buy

    | Posted 19 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Wood Heart Rose Valentine


    A valentine made from cherry wood will last forever- just like your love. Awww.

    $8 at Spitfire Girl | Buy

    | Posted 18 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Custom Love Tree Giclee Art Print


    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.

    $55 at Orange Optimist | Buy

    | Posted 18 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Mathbook Valentines


    Mini matchbooks are a sweet (and useful) way to give your valentine a not-so-subtle hint. So which will it be: You Light Up My Life, or Come On Baby Light My Fire?

    $15 at Hart To Heart | Buy

    | Posted 18 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Handmade Spaghetti Valentine


    Give your valentine a card with all of the love and none of the carbs. Then, share a tender moment over a bowl of piping hot spaghetti. The question is, which one of you is the Lady, and which one is the Tramp?

    $7 at Kate's Paperie | Buy

    | Posted 17 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Stress Relief Bath Soak


    Did you vow to take better care of yourself this year? Plonking a handful of eucalyptus and spearment-scented bath salts into a steamy tub is a good start. Breath deeply, relax, and pretend for a little while there is no such thing as stress.

    $16 at Bath and Body Works | Buy

    | Posted 13 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Do It Yourself Therapy


    Can’t afford a therapists hourly rate? Take some baby steps towards self-relfection with Table Topics cube o’ deep questions. This petite set might not be able to give you any clear answers or tough love, but it is a good way to start the conversation with yourself.

    $17 at Orange And Pear | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 13 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • 1,000 Places To See Before You Die


    1,000 might be a daunting number, but you don’t need to use this book as a checklist. Use it instead as a guide to jumpstart any travellling ambitions you may have. If you’re going fulfill your dreams of exploring, you might as well begin in the best places in the world.

    $14 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 13 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Dux Glass Inkwell Sharpener


    If a sharp pencil is on your list of simple pleasures, a great pencil sharpener is a must have. This glass inkwell sharpener does the job in fabulously old-fashioned style.

    $8 at Cheap Joe's | Buy

    (Colors vary.)

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Victorinox Tomo


    The classic Swiss Army Knife just got a makeover. The Victorinox Tomo is still endlessly useful but in new eco-friendly mint green packaging, made of 100% recycled and reusable paper pulp.

    $24 at Swiss Army | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Wicked Witch in the Book


    Not ready to give up on actual books? Hold your place with a pair of wicked witch legs, ruby slippers and all. Just be sure to keep an eye out for her sister. Handmade by Olena Mysnyk.

    $25 at My Bookmark | Buy

    | Posted 05 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Canon Camera Lens Mug


    Shutterbugs will love this Canon camera lens mug. It looks just like a 24-105mm black lens, but with a stainless steel lining perfect for your double tall latte. Prefer Nikon? There’s a version for you, too.

    $24 at Photojojo | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Pride And Predjudice Book iPhone Dock


    Jane Austen has been yanked into the modern age. A beautiful leather book pretends to be fireside reading, but hidden inside is a charging dock for your iPod or iPhone. Genius! No ugly cords, and you instantly look smarter- like you spend your time reading the classics instead of, say, playing Fruit Ninja.

    $55 at Rich Neeley Designs | Buy

    | Posted 30 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Pug Bookends


    For the love of pugs, your books are lonely up there on that shelf. How about some company in the form of this irresistibly cute set of black and white bookends? Pugaliscious.

    $15 at Z Gallerie | Buy

    | Posted 21 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • Rock Star Spatula


    Flip flapjacks the fun way. You can serve up a rockin’ breakfast with a little air guitar on the side. Maybe set the mood with a little Bon Jovi.

    $15 at fred flare | Buy

    | Posted 19 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • Poem Cup And Saucer


    Let your morning cuppa inspire some deep thoughts. With an attached pen and included notebook, the Poem set encourages creativity and keeps everything handy. At the very least you can jot down your to-do list while getting motivated with a cup of coffee.

    $50 at Greener Grass Design | Buy

    | Posted 16 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • The Louvre: All the Paintings


    If Paris isn’t in the budget right now, art lovers can still get up close and personal with all the paintings in the Louvre. Seriously. All 3,022 paintings on display in the permanent painting collection are in this book. And you won’t have to fight the crowds or stand on your tippy toes to see Mona.

    $45 at Barnes & Noble | Buy

    | Posted 15 Dec, 2011 by Christy

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