Saturday, February 11, 2012

Valentine's day ideas

  • Valentines Day gifts often mean greeting cards, boxes of chocolate and bouquets of roses. But to break out of the mold, here are five out-of-box ideas to show how much you really care.
  • (USA Today)
  • CALABASAS, CA — Valentines Day is next week and couples everywhere will be spoiling each other with lavish gifts of roses, chocolates, and the like.
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  • On Valentine's Day, we're not necessarily delighted by originality an avid poetry reader, to send him some ideas for words he might use in a handwritten card he wanted to send to the lucky gal he was wooing.
  • (Washington Times)
  • The idea is that you spread the love. Created by the downtown advertising firm, Little Company, is a pretty big Valentines Day idea. With a click of the mouse, you can create your own personalized love song for that special someone.
  • (KARE)
  • honors Valentines Day with K-12 themed lesson ideas that get to the heart of the subject matter and ignite students' imagination. aims to provide educators with the most recent, complete and affordable teaching tools and resources.
  • (Houston Chronicle)
  • Valentines Day in your twenty-somethings becomes very routine. We have been celebrating ever since we used to decorate those brown paper bags, and distribute cute and witty cartoon character clad cards to our classmates.
  • (Examiner)
  • Valentine's Day Mystery Dinner Party — Add some intrigue to your Do something nice for a stranger and encourage him or her to pay it forward. Find ideas, as well as bookmarks and cards to download, at www.random actsofkindness.
  • (Des Moines Register)
  • Also, follow us at or The go-to date idea for Valentine's Day usually involves an expensive dinner, drinks and maybe some flowers. It's so over-done that even we're a little sick of it.
  • (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • This Royal Blue t-shirt celebrates the Giants winning tradition, as it boldly showcases the team logo in front of the words Four-Time Super Bowl Champions across the center. For $19.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Surprise your valentine with a treat to be shared and savored. The Bees staff and its Sacramento Connect bloggers have suggestions for loving couples – and some that can be shared with the children in your life.
  • (Sacramento Bee)

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