Valentine’s Day is almost here! Everyone has their own way to spread love on Valentine’s Day. Some prefer flowers and chocolates while others prefer balloons and a stuffed animal. All of these are great ways to celebrate your valentine but nothing says “I love you” like something simple like homemade cards, treats, meals and more. Show everyone on your love list that you care and make your life a little easier with these last minute valentines ideas.
For your significant other
Make their favorite dinner for them.
Grab some 3×5 cards and make a quick and easy coupon book.
Box of chocolate and love notes-Get a box of chocolates and replace some of the chocolates with little notes of love and appreciation.
Send them texts of love throughout the day to show you are thinking of them.
For your family
Send your family valentines card whether they live down the street or across the country.
Give them a call on Valentine’s Day and just say “I love you.”
If you live close to your family surprise them with a box of goodies on their porch.
Valentine’s dinner is saved for your significant other and kids but why not take your sister/brother/mom/dad out for Valentine’s lunch.
For your kids
Deliver their favorite candy or treat to their school-SURPRISE VALENTINE!
Make a heart filled breakfast for them.
Decorate the house with hearts filled with reasons why you love them.
Make Valentine’s night a family night-make dinner together, make a fort in the family room and watch their favorite movie.
Follow the kiss scavenger hunt-Have your kids follow clues and kisses around the house that leads to a basket of Valentine goodies.
For your best friend
Send them flowers or treats to their workplace.
Have a Galentine’s party with all your best girl friends.
Give them a gift card so they can pamper themselves.
Plan a spa day-get a manicure and pedicure.
For your co-workers
Bring a sweet treat to spread the love to the whole office.
Decorate the office to get everyone in the Valentine’s spirit.
Everyone has their own way to spread love on Valentine’s Day. Some prefer flowers and chocolates while others prefer balloons and a sweet note. All of these are great ways to celebrate your valentine but nothing says “I love you” like homemade meals and treats. Since a heart is the universal symbol of love we have put together a few simple ideas for you to show love with heart-shaped foods.
-Breakfast in Bed: Create a heart filled breakfast in bed tray by using heart shaped cookie cutters to form heart shaped toast, French toast, eggs or fruit.
-Sandwiches: Use heart cookie cutters to spruce up your lunch time peanut butter and jelly or grilled cheese.
-Pizza: Make dinner time fun with a pizza bar. Shape your crust into small or large heart shapes and decorate your heart with all your favorite toppings. Use mini heart shape cutters to spice up your pepperoni for your pizza.
-Fruit Tray: Cut up all your favorite fruits and form them all into a heart for a healthy valentines snack.
-Baked Goods: After making any of your favorite baked good use a heart shaped cutter to add some love in. Make it a fun activity by adding pink and red frosting and topping it all off with valentine sprinkles.
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