Valentine’s is a special day for lovers worldwide. The tradition of celebrating Valentine’s on the 14th of February has become going on for decades. This time honored tradition has become gaining strength each calendar year as Valentine’s Day is becoming a lot more popular. Valentine’s Day gives you enable you to share your feelings involving love and pamper the sufferer with presents.
Homemade Valentine’s Day gifts for boyfriend are the best way to go this year. Gifts from the heart can cater to every type of guy, and FaveCrafts has something for everyone. Valentine’s Day ideas for boyfriend can be romantic, goofy and practical. The possibilities are endless for excellent Valentine’s Day gifts for boyfriends who love nature and even those who like sophisticated beverages like coffee and wine.
Candy Filled Vase
Instead of traditional flowers, fill a large vase with candy, chocolates, and other assortments, Adhere candy bars to wooden skewers and position them in the vase. Small candies, like cinnamon hearts can be added to the bottom of the vase to ensure that the skewers are held in position. The vase may also be decorated with a Valentine’s Day theme. A great choice is to add a red ribbon around the mouth of the vase, in addition to applying a monogram letter to the front. This adds a personal touch. The vase can be utilized as storage until the candy has been consumed, and then can be used to hold flowers in the future.
Photo Puzzle Cube
The Rubik’s cube is a classic puzzle cube that has kept countless people entertained for hours. Make your own puzzle cube, only instead of each side being a different color each side will feature a different picture of the two of you together. You just need some dice, six photos of the two of you edited to fit the sides of the cube, some magnets and epoxy. The puzzle cube with give him a mental workout while also reminding him of some of the memories you two share.
Sweet Treats Basket
Save money this Valentine’s Day while still giving him a gift he can enjoy by putting together a little basket of sweet treats. Cake, brownie, cookie and muffin mixes are all relatively inexpensive, especially if you purchase them when they go on sale. Use these mixes to bake him up some delicious goodies or use your own family recipes to bake them from scratch. Put them in a decorative basket with a napkin on the bottom. You can go even further and decorate the basket with some ribbon and fabric if you wish, but really, that isn’t necessary because he is sure to be focused on the scrumptious morsels inside the basket more than the basket itself.
Chances are you and your boyfriend have a few songs that your consider “your songs.” A specially created compact disc is a thoughtful homemade gift. Go through your catalogue of CDs and mp3 songs and select those that have sentimental meaning. Select songs that recall when you met and when you had memorable dates. Pick songs by artists whose concerts you attended, and include your boyfriend’s favourite artists. Gather them all and burn them on a CD. Customise the CD cover, and if possible, inscribe a message on the CD itself with a Valentine’s Day greeting.
A homemade dinner as a Valentine’s gift is along the same lines as a basket filled with baked goods, only this gift not only fills his stomach, but also allows the two of you to spend some time together. Put together a full meal for the two of you to enjoy on Valentine’s Day with some romantic candlelight. Make an appetizer, a salad, a main course and a dessert. Pair each course with a nice wine, alcoholic or non depending on your preference. After dinner the two of you can snuggle up on the couch, enjoy a movie and eat your dessert.
A photo handkerchief is a gift that gives him a convenient way to carry you with him wherever he goes. Print your favorite picture of you or of the two of you out on iron-on photo transfer paper. Iron the photo onto a plain white handkerchief. You can dress the photo handkerchief up with some embroidery to accent different parts of the photo or just leave it plain. Black-and-white photos look better transferred onto fabric than color photos. Don’t forget to flip the photo before printing it on the paper as the reverse image will transfer onto the handkerchief.