Oh, the simple days of handing out Valentines and conversation hearts. Gifts for Valentine’s Day can get complicated as adults. I hope these gift ideas help simplify things.
A honey bear: A cute little honey bear with a gift tag attached is a inexpensive gift. It can be enjoyed on muffins or in tea.
Why not give our a bag of conversation hearts like you did in grade school. Add a cute or meaningful gift tag and the “kid at heart” will love it.
My son and I made these M&M jars for friends a few years ago. It was fun decorating the tops with Valentine colored paper, adding ribbon and filling the jars with the sweets. Mason jars come in great small sizes now.
The final gift ideas won’t cost you much at all… a coupon book that you make. Click the link below and it is downloadable. Or… make your own: A free hug, a back rub after work, one breakfast in bed. Have fun thinking up ideas for your coupons. This is a great idea for kids as well… a movie night at home, a trip to their favorite museum or zoo, a biking trip to get ice cream. Have fun coming up with things to do together.
hope these links give you ideas for giving a creative gift for Valentine’s Day. Need more ideas? Check out my Valentine Pinterest board.