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Valentine's Day Gifts For Your Girl

Steer clear of heart-shaped chocolates and red and pink teddy bears and let Kidzworld suggest some smart Valentine’s Day Gifts for Your Girl.

Magazine Subscription

Wrap up the latest issue of Seventeen, Cat Fancy or whatever glossy mag she likes and attach a little note-card that tells her about the subscription. She’ll think of you every time she goes to the mailbox.

Photo Puzzle

Choose a cute digital photo of you and your girl and take it to a photo development store. Make sure you know what size you want the puzzle to be and choose your photo accordingly. To make it fun, try having her assemble the puzzle without looking at the box—that keeps the photo a surprise.

Plan A Date

Give her a homemade activity box that includes coupons that she can redeem for future dates. If she likes cooking, take her to a cooking class. If she loves animals, try the zoo or aquarium. What’s important is spending time together and showing her that you’re paying attention to her interests.

 

Framed Photo

It may sound cheesy, but a framed photo of you and your girl is a Valentine’s gift she will cherish. Just don’t use one of those hideous heart-shaped frames—keep it classy with a rectangular frame in a woodsy brown or black.

 

Take Her Shopping

Most girls are picky about what they wear, so play it safe and present her with a gift card and a promise to take her shopping. If you’re not sure what stores she likes, just give her a personalized Valentine’s Day that guarantees her one date with you and her favorite boutique.

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