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Homemade Valentine's Day Gifts

Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your loved one how you feel, but what do you do if you're broke? Don't worry, Kidzworld's got you covered with the Top 10 Homemade Valentine's Day Gifts! Back to Article

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gymnastgirl12
gymnastgirl12 wrote:
2014-02-14 17:31:43 -0800

thats right!

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InternetOwl
InternetOwl wrote:
2014-02-14 16:40:01 -0800

I'd prefer homemade to store bought any day. Big Grin

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Funny_Person_LOL
Funny_Person_LOL wrote:
2014-02-14 16:15:18 -0800

Me either, the right person is coming for us tho...smile Keep a watch out they might be closer than yea think. Wink

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Funny_Person_LOL
Funny_Person_LOL wrote:
2014-02-14 16:13:32 -0800

Haha, true, true.

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Smiles909
Smiles909 wrote:
2014-02-14 07:39:07 -0800

I made a movie to give to my grandparents :3

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Jennifer24
Jennifer24 wrote:
2014-02-13 14:26:57 -0800

Im to lazy to do any of these Tongue Out

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coolgirl128
coolgirl128 wrote:
2014-02-13 10:37:16 -0800

Every time I think of Valentine's day I think of my bf and I love him a lot more then anything

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alex157
alex157 wrote:
2014-02-13 10:34:14 -0800

every time i look at this i think of my gf love you bab

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Cutiegirls123
Cutiegirls123 wrote:
2014-02-12 20:02:09 -0800

I don't really have someone special

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2014-02-11 18:36:32 -0800

I'll keep it in mind but u forgot origami

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2014-02-11 18:36:22 -0800

I'll keep it in mind but u forgot origami

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Championchoco
Championchoco wrote:
2014-02-09 02:35:25 -0800

Homemade Rockzz.. Rather then Buyin' Outside

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Championchoco
Championchoco wrote:
2014-02-09 02:35:24 -0800

Homemade Rockzz.. Rather then Buyin' Outside

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mischiefmanaged
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mischiefmanaged wrote:
2014-02-08 10:46:03 -0800

Handmade is the best!

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imfriendly
imfriendly wrote:
2014-02-08 06:14:06 -0800

hummmmmmmmmmm

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0bunnybig
0bunnybig wrote:
2014-02-06 17:50:59 -0800

these are so cute!

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Cutie 27
Cutie 27 wrote:
2014-02-05 15:16:16 -0800

HOW SWEET!

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TwilightMegaFan
TwilightMegaFan wrote:
2014-02-05 14:10:15 -0800

Good ideas

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CowSaidMoo
CowSaidMoo wrote:
2014-02-05 14:04:04 -0800

I think I'm just guna end up making heart browniewithout the egg and soy milk lol (he's vegan) =)

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MSMcGucci_2573230
MSMcGucci_2573230 wrote:
2014-02-05 13:49:32 -0800

AWH THESE IDEAS SUCK I LIKE SOMETHING ERaspberryENSIVE THESE MEANS IM CHEAP

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