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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas: For Him, Her, and Yourself!

Valentine’s Day is less than a week away! Have you picked out gifts for all your loved ones yet? If you’ve waited until now, you might be experiencing a bit of that last-minute gift-buying anxiety.  But don’t panic! This gift idea list is chock-full of fantastic ways to show your little and big sweethearts how much you love them.  From the simple to the extravagant, there’s something for everyone. While you’re at it, go ahead and pick out something for yourself too!

- This 12 Things I Love About You book is also an absolutely precious idea — something your loved one can hold onto and treasure forever.

- Simple and sweet ways to tell her you love her (no elaborate jewelry needed)

- Also perfect for her: beautiful, classic vintage gifts or handmade leather items

- Is your man skeptical of the Valentine’s Day hype? Try these top unromantic gift ideas for him — no better way to say I love you than through Bacon of the Month club, right?

- Or check out these clever Etsy gifts for him — the “Let’s make out” pillow is excellent!

- They always say the way to the heart is through the stomach. These lovely and delicious Valentine’s treats are the way to go for the sweetheart with a sweet tooth.

- For nerdy couples, how about a framed poster of “I love you” in binary code or these Harry Potter Valentines?

- Don’t forget baby! Make sure your baby’s first Valentine’s Day is a special one with these gifts — the red booties are too cute to pass up!

- For your loved ones who are far away, I love the idea of this DIY puzzle Valentine card or this photobooth bookmark — you can make the crafts with your kids and then just pop ‘em in the mail.

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