Inexpensive Gifts for Valentine’s Day


Roses are red, violets are blue, Valentine’s day is near, what’s affordable for you? It is the thought that counts, but with a bit of creativity and a five dollar bill, you can give a gift to the one you love that is priceless in their hearts. I scoured the internet to find some of the best affordable and adorable gift ideas for Valentine’s Day.


#NoPhonesAllLovefor24 Give your significant other a FULL day, completely detached from your phone and/or smart watch. The gift of your undivided attention for Valentine’s Day is something they are sure to love.


#WordsFromTheHeart There is nothing more romantic or touching than when your significant other writes down on paper how they feel about you. Do this for your love this Valentine’s Day. Tell them exactly what you love and appreciate about them. Nothing says I love you like your own words. *Special Touch* Send the letter to Loveland, Colorado where it will be stamped with a special message and mailed directly to your significant other. Getting a love letter in the mail would make anyone swoon. Look up “Loveland Remailing Program” or just send your letter to: Postmaster, Valentine Re-Mailing, 446 E. 29thSt., Loveland, CO 80538.


#LoveForTheSkin Buy a Sephora sleeping mask with Aloe Vera to moisturize and plump the skin (win/win) while your loved one sleeps through the night. SEPHORA COLLECTION SLEEPING MASK – CHECK IT OUT HERE


#PuckerUp What is Valentine’s Day without K-I-S-S-I-N-G? Organic lip balm infused with olive oil, castor oil and cocoa butter.  Keeps lips hydrated and ready for smooching. OLIVINA MEN BOURBON VANILLA ORGANIC LIP BALM – CHECK IT OUT HERE


#SpellItOut Whether for holding soap, keys, coins, rings, or steeped tea bags, this petite ceramic dish does it all in the loveliest way. Purchase it here from H&M.


#LoveForKeeps When your significant other wants a little extra love, all he or she has to do is take a strip out of the jar and read one of your messages. What you’ll need for this one is a jar and a few pieces of paper. Tear or cut the paper into strips and write something special on each strip. Then, fold the strips in half and put them into the jar.