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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas, Why Not Create Unique Ones

15 February 2011 No Comment

X55S8NVE2396. With Valentine’s Day just a week away, the search for the perfect gift is on. And if you’re thinking of getting your special someone some chocolate , who isn’t ? Chocolate is very favourite Valentine’s present. But why not get little creative? Something else, something out of the box? There are so many new and fun options out there today.

Of course, a box of chocolates is nice, but chocolates with crazy flavors is a wonderful idea. Savory chocolates are everywhere right now, whether it’s salt or spices or heat. And one of the craziest I’ve seen is chocolate with bacon inside. Yes, bacon! Bacon’s having a moment right now, so it’s the perfect time to give it as a gift. The one on the show was from Vosges. It’s a little pricey at $69, but it comes with many concepts: shapes, packaging, flavors.

Also you can give your sweetheart, or a friend a fruit for example strawberries and bananas and cute little berry boats, which look like tarts, but are all chocolate and fruit.

If you dont have to spend a lot of money to have fun with chocolate on Valentine’s day, you can pick one of your regular favourite chocolate, cheap one its ok, and all you need to do is wrap it with paper, and create your own fancy Valentine.

Another cute, quick inexpensive way to celebrate valentine’s day is create a Valentine’s day buffet. All you need is one trip to the grocery store to buy whatever candy you like. And then you can fill up jars or vases bowls or whatever with candy, and also create cute small trays that turn everyday drugstore candy into a really cute decoration for parties or just to have out during the holiday.

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