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However, it takes a little panache to tell someone you love them in a unique and creative way.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’re all looking for creative ways to say both Happy Valentine’s Day and I love you to our sweeties.
Here are 10 fun ways to tell that special someone how much they mean to you…
#1 Go somewhere there is sand.
Then, while crouching next to it, have someone take your picture.
You can have the picture blown up and framed for your loved one.
#2 Get some rose petals. Spell out ‘I Love You’ in rose petals on your bed. Women love this one. (I know I did!)
#5 Place little love notes, cartoons, and racy sayings around the house where your loved one can find them. Just be careful where you put the racy ones if you have kids!
#6 Make a little coupon book for your loved one that has things they like such as massages, having a bath run for them, manicures or pedicures, anything that you know they would enjoy! Then when your sweetie really needs one of those things you can either do it for them, or pay for someone to do it.
#7 Buy a large clear jar with a lid at the dollar store. Fill it up with slips of paper, each one detailing another reason why you love your loved one. Then give it to your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.
#8 Write out I love you in Cheerios on your kitchen table the morning of Valentine’s Day. Or make heart-shaped cupcakes. See how in this video:
#9 Take a moonlit walk, just you and your loved one. Hold hands and walk slowly. This is one of the coolest ways to say I love you, I think!
#10 Draw a heart somewhere your loved one will see it. Fogged up mirrors and windows seem to be favorites! However, if you have a board that you write chores or lists on, this can work just as well.
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