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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas Part 2

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas Part 2 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Stressing about what to get your sweetheart this February 14th? Get ready to impress that special someone with Part 2 of these cool Valentines Day gift ideas for both guys and girls!

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, but are you still stressin' over what to get your guy? Instead of racking your brain for the perfect symbol of your love, take a look at these cool gifts to help you impress your sweetheart!

Food for Thought

Ever heard the saying, "The quickest way to a man's heart is through his stomach?" Well, why not test that theory by baking your guy some special V-Day cookies or cupcakes? Ask your mom if she'll help you out with the task to make things easier. Find out if she has a heart-shaped cookie cutter and get her to show ya how to whip up a batch of pink or red icing. For really fancy treats, add sprinkles or cinnamon hearts on top. Make sure you save a couple for yourself!

Gadgets Galore

The Microsoft Zune will appeal to your guy's inner gadget guru. This sleek MP3 player features wireless sharing, video playback, a built-in FM tuner and 1.8 inch color LCD screen. It comes in black, green, pink, and just for Valentine's Day, they've introduced the red Zune and 20 new limited-edition designs that can be laser-engraved on the back! Starting at $149.99 US, it's a bit steep, but your boyfriend is totally worth it, right? Besides, Zune is offering free shipping and Valentine's Day gift wrapping!

Personalized Photos

Give your BF a gift to remind him of all the good times you've had together. Find a pic of the two of you and put it in a cool frame. Remember that most guys aren't going to be too thrilled with a picture frame covered in hearts or flowers, so get something fairly plain. You could also grab a cheap wooden frame at the dollar store and use a hot glue gun to stick nuts and bolts to it. You're going to need a hand from an adult with something like that though. If you can't find a frame, just slip the pic into a homemade Valentine's card.

Plethora of Treats

Something that's bound to win over any guy is a collection of treats. Grab his fave mag, a few chocolate bars and maybe a mixed CD of his fave artists or a compilation of love songs! Show him that you're paying attention to him and he probably won't complain (as much) the next time you drag him to a chick flick.

1I mean presents are great and everything, but whatever happened to good old quality time with your sweetie? I mean, guys ARE hard to shop for so give them what would mean the most to them - you.

Kidz Submit by:

  • Nickname: GodsGift22
    Age: 16

1The way to a man's heart is chocolate. Like get a sampler box or something!

Kidz Submit by:

  • Nickname: Go_Leafs_Go
    Age: 16

1Ok, well this year will be me and my boyfriend's second Valentine's Day together. We both don't work yet so we're short on money. This Valentine's Day, I am thinking about having dog tags engraved with something special. My friend said a store called "Things Remembered" specialized in engraving. I looked it up, $20 for the dog tags. Engraving might be a little extra, but that's really cheap for this kind of thing. Hoped this helped!

  • Kidz Submit by: Anonymous

1One of the things I'm planning for this V-day (it's a few days before our one year, two month anniversary) is I'm going to give him a jar of heart-shaped pieces of paper, each of which says sweet little things like lyrics of some of our songs, comments like "Your hugs are incredible," inside jokes, etc. and then on the outside of the jar, I wrote a poem telling him to take one out each day for a smile.

  • Kidz Submit by: Anonymous

 

Guys, it's your turn - click here to find out what you should get your special girl this Valentine's Day!

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