Saturday, February 7, 2015


It is that time of the year, when love is in the air. I know.. I know, you don’t need a special day to express your love and all that blah, but believe me, everybody loves some pampering and care every once in a while, and Valentine’s Day is just another excuse to do so. Here are a few simple suggestions that can help you make Valentine’s day more special for your special someone.

Does anything say I love you like a handmade card? I don’t think so! Check out these simple Valentine’s DIY card designs by Katie that are easier to make then you would think.

Want to make something personalized but don’t trust your craft skills? PicMonkey might just be the perfect place for you. Try out their sweetheart theme that has every red and heart-shaped, font and design that you might need to declare your love.

Make a mixed bag of everything sweet and Valentine-y for your love. From the quintessential red roses and teddy bears to some useful items like wallets and watches, make a mixed bag according to the preferences and likes of your better half. Click here to find a lot of splendid gift options for valentines at one place, at an unbelievable price. Thank me later. And don’t forget to add a handwritten letter to top it all!

How about cooking an exceptionally delicious meal for your partner? (You can leave out the exceptionally delicious part if you are not that good a cook, it’s the thought that counts *wink*) Try these cinnamon roll pancakes to wake up your love with breakfast in bed or one of these best pasta recipes for a dreamy candlelit dinner. Or even better, you and your partner both can cook together. Now wouldn’t that be romantic?

Get creative, get romantic and don’t let the fear of being clichéd stop you from expressing your love any which way you want to. So yes for red roses, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates, cheesy poetry! Hope you have the most beautiful Valentine’s Day! And if you would want to share some ideas you use to woo your lover, I would really love to know them. Now go spread some love! 


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