For your ever-positive mama
The first lovely lady to make your cheeks rosy? Your mom, of course. She's been there to celebrate every first kiss and nurse every heartbreak along the way. Remind her that a piece of your heart will always be for her with these gold-plated sterling silver heart stud earrings. They're classy, subtle, and affordable. Don't miss these 35 Valentine's Day gift ideas she'll treasure.
For your pal going through a breakup
via oradelphine.com So your pal recently went through a hurtful split and is now convinced she's going to be alone forever and ever. Help raise her spirits and remind her that love exists with this sweet keychain charm. Made of genuine leather with gold hardware, every single time she's opening and closing a front door, she can visualize walking into a better relationship where she's cherished for the beautiful person she is. You'll also want to check out these 50 awesome best friend gifts for Valentine's Day.
For your new-ish girlfriend
You might have only been dating for a few months, but you both of you know you're on your way to a long love affair. Send her the message that you're in for keeps with this initial ring. You can add on charms as your relationship grows, and even pair the first letters of your names together for a kind reminder that from now on, she's never, ever alone.
For your bestie who loves to spoil her family
Before your friend became a mother, she would constantly shower you and your friend group with baked goods and sweets. She still does that, on special occasions, but with little time, she usually prefers wine these days. Give her back some hours when you gift her this heart-shaped sweet-tooth sugar cookie mix, so she can bake up a batch for her kid's party at school and spend the rest of her time gossiping with you.
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For your hubby
via stance.com No matter if he's changing a diaper, picking you up a bouquet from the grocery store, just because, or leaving a love note by the coffee pot—in your eyes, the steamiest guy will always be your husband. Give him these soft-knit cotton boxers with subtle hearts as a hint to how you'd like to end your Valentine's Day.
For your grandma
Even if your friends, your siblings, your parents, or even your spouse completely forgets about Valentine's Day, there's one person you can also count on to send you a cute card: Your grandma! As the sweetest of all people in your life—and the best baker!—delight her with this set of heart-shaped ramekins so she can take her adorableness to the next level. Just don't be surprised if a box full of miniature heart-shaped cakes arrives at your door!
For your girly-girl
You allowed your children to march to the beat of their own drums, selecting their own toys and clothes from the time they were old enough to choose. But if the tomgirl you always dreamed of raising has become a princess-loving, all-things-pink-please girly girl, you'll definitely make her day with these cute boots. Durable enough for all weather, these waterproof wonders will keep at least her feet dry, as her tulle dress falls over them. Check out these 18 adorable Valentine's Day gifts for kids.
For your fitness-loving friend
via inspiredendurance.com She's the one who drags you out on a Saturday morning to log a few miles before a fatty, boozy brunch, and the one in your circle who always suggests a fitness class over happy hour. She's athletic and dedicated, so naturally she'll swoon over this tank top that serves a double-purpose as her mantra: Live, love, run!
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For your Valentine's Day-hating brother
February 14th might not be his favorite holiday. OK, he hates it—but if you really can't skip over your brother when shopping for love-themed goodies, go subtle but fun with these white ebony heart-shaped guitar picks. Since he has a knack for losing things anyway, he'll have to keep 'em in case the urge to perform Green Day comes over him and he needs to pick away.
For your globe-trotting friend
When you text your best friend, you never know what timezone she's sailing through, when she'll respond, or where she will take off to next. You're inspired by her zest and spirit for adventure, but know bulky items are no-no when she prefers a carry-on as her companion. Skip the wrapping paper and bow and opt for this die-cut flat card that lets you express your sentiments in words instead of tangible things. She might just take a photo of it and leave it behind, but knowing she actually paused to read it will make you both smile.
For your little family
via amazon.com While you and your partner hand out treats to the adorable baby cupids you created, consider making it a heart-themed morning, complete with heart-shaped waffles. Though technically a gift you give yourself, welcoming this maker into your cupboards allows you to create an ongoing tradition of celebrating the love of your family on February 14th.
For a gift you give all year
Your partner might complain that you don't shower her with enough "just-because" gestures. If it's your goal to remind her how loved she is, engrave this vase as your "I love you because…'' dinner table centerpiece. Then, keep it full with fresh flowers throughout the year, so she never has to wonder how much you truly, completely, adore her.
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For the furry love of your life
via amazon.comAlways up for a snuggle and happy to perform for a single treat, your dog deserves a little love on Valentine's Day. This gift is a double-whammy: it's cute and heart-shaped, but also helps reduce your dog's anxiety. It has a mesh window where you can put in an object that smells like you, so when you're at work or on vacation, they'll feel comforted by your scent.