Flowers in plastic along with a box of chocolates from the local store that you grabbed while you were picking up milk says that you haven't put much thought into Valentine's Day. If your loved one is quitting on the diet for this special day or just plain loves candy, here are a few tips for you.
Some of these ideas are perfect for school gifts, activities to do with your children or just as a special Valentine's Day treat for your loved one.
1. Valentine's Candy from M&M's. Did you know you can purchase M&M's candy with a personalized message, even have a photograph of them printed onto each piece of candy.
2. Who doesn't love chocolate covered strawberries. Shari's Berries Medley look delicious.
3. Wine filled truffles. I'm sorry, did somebody mention wine and truffles all in one tiny edible mouthful. Sign me up. These sounds absolutely delicious. Red Envelope.
4. Make your own candy using candy moulds. Amazon
5. Make this super cute Valentine's Candy Box. It will hold 4 boxes of Sweethearts
6. Personalize store bought treats with help from Martha Stewart. Such a great idea for kids who want to hand out candy to their classmates. They could personalize each candy with their friends name.
7. This is one giant fortune cookie, but doesn't it look delicious. You provide the 'fortune' contained inside the cookie. 1-800-flowers
If you are feeling a little anti-Valentine's day, then this candy is for you:
Here are a few of the sayings you will find on these: U C MY BLOG? * I CRY ON Q * TRADIN YOU IN * TABLE FOR 1 * I'M HOT INSIDE * CELIB8 THX2U * U LEFT SEATUP *
P.S. The candy heart at the top was created using Cryptogram. Make your own and send it to friends on Valentine's Day.