Feb 4, 2009

It's the thought that counts

I can't believe it's February already and Valentine's Day is upon us. It's always been one of my favorite holidays. There's something about setting aside a day for romance that makes me weak in the knees and feel all gushy inside.

Set aside some time now think about how you will express your love this Valentine's Day. I always make cards for the people I love. There's nothing better than a handmade card with ae's personal message written inside. It makes those around you know you love them and shows you've taken the time to express it in a meaningful way.

Another fun idea for your Valentine is to make an "I Love You" book. Create scrapbooking pages with some of the following themes:

- How and where you met.
- Your first date.
- What attracted you to him/her.
- Special moments spent together.
- Special places you like to visit.
- Inside jokes
- Love letters you've received/given

This loving and unique book will be long remembered and cherished. Don't forget to include journaling. Often the words you say mean even more than pictures.

Happy Valentine's Day. May you and your loved one create a day of treasured memories.

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Nichole Giles said...

Great ideas, Kim. I love handmade cards. There's just something special about them.

Happy Valentines Day!


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