VALENTINE DATING IDEAS Heart Attack I have been "heart attacked".That is when you wake up to find your whole front yard covered in hearts.They were made out of construction paper and glued to popsicle sticks and each contained a sentiment of his affection or of gratitude for me on them.I still remember what it was like to walk outside to see the lawn covered in pink, red and white hearts....of varying size.It was wonderful and reading each one was moving.
Good Hearted One thing my hubby did for me was put valentine hearts all over my car, you know the conversation ones that you have like candy.
Instead he made them all by hand.
He made the hearts out of construction paper.There's a suggestion, he warmed my heart doing that for me.Enjoy! Flower Power Buy a bunch of mixed roses and to each rose tie a 5 x 3 card with an expression of what the color represents.
Red is for love Yellow is for friendship White is for purity Pink for devotion Cream for motherhood etc.
Knightly Honors This is what his wife has done a few times.He loves the movie First Knight with Sean Connery and they have the soundtrack.When he gets home from work he hears the King Arthur anthem as he opens the door.
His wife and children are standing straight and tall in a line.As he enters they bow or curtsy and stay in that position until he touches them on the head.
Give Your Heart Away Years ago, I read about a woman in a magazine who had made a simple felt heart (or it could be a wooden one, or a stuffed one out of cute Valentine's fabric which might be easier to hide) for her husband and her to trade back and forth.
When one gave it to the other, hiding it in a special place that they would run across, then they had to hide it for the giver in a place that they'd run across it.It could mean "I'm thinking of you and I love you" or SHMILY
See How Much I Love You.
Cabin PressureMy boyfriend lives on a sailboat.One weekend while he was out of town on business he called me on my cell phone only to discover I had decided to spend the night by myself on his boat, just to feel near him while he was away.He thought that was incredibly romantic.Little did he know until he got home, that my ulterior motive was to spend that evening on his boat, blowing up several hundred balloons and stuffing them all in the cabin of the boat and then closed the hatch on my way out.When he got home he couldn't even get in the boat without popping balloons.He absolutely loved it.-Submitted by Jessica A Big IdeaJust thought I'd share what I did for my boyfriend last year.Maybe it will give someone else an idea! If you're anything like me, my boyfriend lives a couple of hours away, and I frequently send him cards in the mail.I was tired of the same old thing, so I found a unique way of making cards
.First, I bought a big piece of poster board (any color) at Wal-Mart, along with some clear gel glue and some of those window clings with cute little things on them (hearts, conversation heart pictures, cupids, etc).Then I dug out a box of markers and some glitter I had around the apartment.(I also found some really pretty heart shaped stickers, so I used those too).I went home and folded the poster board in half, making it card shaped.Then I took scissors and cut around the edges so that it was scalloped.(You could also cut into a heart shape if you are talented--I wasn't.
Ha! Ha!).Then, on the inside, I wrote a sweet poem and put our initials in a big heart I drew with the markers.Then, I arranged some of the clings and stickers on until I got them just the way I wanted, and then I glued them in place.You can put them on the front, the inside, even the back.It seems to work best if you glue the ones on the inside first, and let them dry for a day before doing the outside ones.
I have used this for other occasions and people as well and everyone really seems to like that I've taken the time to create special cards for him or her! -Submitted by LeAnn 14 Days Of Valentines I went to a dollar store and bought 14 little gifts.I gave them to him one day at a time from February 1st to the 14th.I gave him his real present on Valentines Day, but it was fun for him to have 14 days of Valentines instead of just one.
365 Reasons Why! For Valentines Day, I gave my husband a box shaped like a heart and placed a total of 365 notes, letters, special memories, just wonderful things about us, about him and about me.I wrote my Valentine card and said that I poured my heart, soul, and love into the box, please pull out a note everyday which is a part of me.Hopefully, every Valentines Day I will replace the box with 365 more notes--forever.-Connie McLochlin
A Room Full Of Love! For Valentine's Day last year I didn't have a lot of funds, so I decided on a unique homemade gift to give to my boyfriend.I started at the beginning of the week, leaving notes and other little surprises in his car, and around his room.On Valentine's Day, while he was out, I decorated his entire room with paper hearts.I brought fishing line, tape, and lots of little red, pink, and white paper hearts (both hearts and the outline of hearts).I hung them from everything and all over the ceiling, plus I strung them on the fishing line and draped them over everything.Right in front of his door I hung the letters I L Y cut out of paper (our way to say I Love You online), and I wrote an I L Y note and placed it on his computer screen where I knew he'd see it.I wish I could have seen the look on his face when he saw his room! He liked it so much he left them up for over a month.He still has a few left to this day.:) This is definitely a great way to show someone you care without spending a lot of money.-Lonni Bethke
A Special Love Song Though I don't play an instrument or sing very well I still wrote a song and had a friend who's an aspiring musician sing it for me.
It was professionally
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