Finding a Valentine’s Day gift to express your love is about as easy as looking like Heidi Klum after a 10-hour flight. Don’t stress. We’ve cherry-picked Valentine’s Day gifts and deals in the name of love, for your shopping pleasure. Feel free to forward on to your beloved — for his pleasure (and yours). Wink. Wink.
| Fabulous Stationery
We love Fabulous Stationery. Send some love with their swoon-worthy designs! Just choose a design, select from three color combinations and personalize any design for any occasion. Plus, you’ll get $5 off any regularly priced $25 purchase. It’s a deal sealed with a kiss.
Enter coupon code kellygolightly for $5 off any regularly priced $25 purchase. Offer good through March 2, 2010.
| Say Cheese
Your lovely shutterbug will appreciate having memories at arm’s length, without being too flashy. Handmade, each cufflink looks like an old-fashioned camera, perfect for the guy who appreciates art and when times were a bit simpler.
| Love On the Rocks
Your love isn’t on the rocks, but your beverage should be. Skip the ice and melt you Mad Man's heart with these clever chilled stones that will never dilute your intentions and will help him chill out. Cheers to keeping cool.
| Tokens of Love
Literally give tokens of your affection to your valentine. Pewter tokens “good for one massage” or “good for breakfast in bed” insure that you’ll both get what you want on this day of hearts and all year long.
| Love Is an Adventure
For the guy or girl who favors adventures and experiences over things, treat your valentine to the adventure of choice. From hang gliding to whale watching, scenic flights to llama treking, there’s sure to be something to get his (or her) heart racing.
| Porn for Women
Give a gift that will make her giggle. This set of 30 coupons redeemable for romantic gestures and household chores such as “full control of the remote” or “a surprise flower delivery” will insure you'll never have to guess what she wants again.
| Forget Me Knot
Tied in a pretty bow and made from a mold of a real string, this symbolic ring will always be a reminder of a memorbale moment or event or the special person who gave the delicate ring (um, that would be you).
| Let Love Bloom
From classic longstem red roses and Godiva chocolates to sweet tulips and exotic white orchids by Martha Stewart, show her the love with fresh flowers.
Plus, get free shipping and no service charges on all Valentine’s Day gifts from 1-800-Flowers.com.
| Get a Leg Up
Lingerie needn’t be all teddies and thongs (though I’m sure you’ll get no complaints on either front). Feel flirty and fab on Valentine’s Day and all year-round with tights that you’ll both appreciate, like these Wolford Hot Dot Tights.
Plus, get free shipping on U.S. orders of $50 or more.
| MarieBelle Caramels
Give your gourmet something that will tantalize her (or his) tastebuds. Choose from vanilla or coffee-infused caramels or fig and walnut caramels all made and beautifully packaged in french candy-making tradition.
| Dear Old Love
Best gift under $10? This book filled with anonymous notes to former crushes, sweethearts, husbands, wives and ones that got away. Write your own love note and you have the best gift ever.
| All About Us
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| Cold Hands, Warm Heart
For her cold hands, warm heart. For those time you’re not there to hold her hand, a fashion-forward alternative she’s sure to treasure.
| New York, I Love You
A series of short films tied together with the common thread of love and New York City, it’s the perfect movie to watch together or solo on Valentine’s Day.
| Heat-Storing Gloves
Keep his hands toasty when he’s cold, cool when he’s warm, with these super-smart (NASA agrees!) gloves. Cue the hand holding.
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