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VALENTINES DAY GIFT IDEAS, THOUGHTFUL AND CHEAP

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any ideas for thoughtful inexpensive gift ideas for valentines day. looking for something with an edge to it. prefer something can arrange online as live in the back of beyond. hope the ideas will be … Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
any ideas for thoughtful inexpensive gift ideas for valentines day. looking for something with an edge to it. prefer something can arrange online as live in the back of beyond. hope the ideas will be fun to read.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
A nice night hugging on the settee with a movie. That'll do me.
banned#2
when you say cheap, like how cheap
#3
sassie
when you say cheap, like how cheap


well havent got a budget in mind but around 100,
#4
cherishu2
A nice night hugging on the settee with a movie. That'll do me.


do that anyhow when we get 5 kids to bed, lol, hence no budget left for us.
#5
wot about this,i know its nowhere near the £100 mark but you could get her something else too
http://www.hotukdeals.com/search?action=search&keywords=rolo
banned#6
so is a babysitter on option? what about a nice meal and a bottle of wine somewhere if you dont get out much, or an evening at the cinema followed by a meal babysitter permitting, or did you want to give a gift as in personal gift, i like those silver or gold last rolo, i think there dead sweet and romantic
#7
what about a romanic night in a hotel somewhere ? providing you can get a babysiter !
#8
sassie
so is a babysitter on option? what about a nice meal and a bottle of wine somewhere if you dont get out much, or an evening at the cinema followed by a meal babysitter permitting, or did you want to give a gift as in personal gift, i like those silver or gold last rolo, i think there dead sweet and romantic


havent seen those, its a nice idea that as a little extra, will hunt them out thanks
#9
bargainhunter5
what about a romanic night in a hotel somewhere ? providing you can get a babysiter !


aha the babysitter the problem, my 16yr old is just too young for job. pity, give yr or two.
banned#10
128plant
havent seen those, its a nice idea that as a little extra, will hunt them out thanks


think they sell them at firebox, not seen them anywhere else, maybe a voucher floating about somewhere
1 Like #11
i actually left you a link to the siver rolo above lol
banned 1 Like #13
lyndaloo
i actually left you a link to the siver rolo above lol


ooops didnt see your post, sorry anway direct link and alot cheaper than firefox http://www.prezzybox.com/products/celebrossearch.aspx?searchCriteria=rolo
#14
no worries sassy,and thanks for adding the direct link
banned#15
remember most places will be double the price on valentines day, i would rather have a chinese/indian take away and have a night out when they dont double the prices
[mod]#16
Free on the right call plan..............save a fotune. :-D

http://z.hubpages.com/u/304759_f260.jpg
#17
Syzable
Free on the right call plan..............save a fotune. :-D

http://z.hubpages.com/u/304759_f260.jpg


LOL, YOU OLD ROMANTIC YOU!!!
[mod]#18
Maybe its personal opinion but if someone got me a silver or a gold rolo for valentines day I would be gutted and "Did you keep the receipt" would be the first words out of my mouth instead of "I love you too".
#19
magicjay1986
Maybe its personal opinion but if someone got me a silver or a gold rolo for valentines day I would be gutted and "Did you keep the receipt" would be the first words out of my mouth instead of "I love you too".


Some of us used to get nowt,so would be quite happy with that.:thumbsup:
[mod]#20
deb8z
Some of used to get nowt,so would be quite happy with that.:thumbsup:


So it is just personal opinion.
#21
Aye,anything is an improvement on nowt..lol
#22
deb8z
Aye,anything is an improvement on nowt..lol


anything is better but want a better anything for budget if can.

HOPING FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE QUIRKY OR CRAFTY MAYBE!, PVC not an option, LOL!
#23
magicjay1986
Maybe its personal opinion but if someone got me a silver or a gold rolo for valentines day I would be gutted and "Did you keep the receipt" would be the first words out of my mouth instead of "I love you too".


mmmm didnt think of it that way, you may have a point
#24
bump 1
1 Like #25
When our kiddies were little & we didn't have a sitter, OH took the day off & we went out for lunch then to the cinema & picked DS up from school as usual. Is an afternoon out a better option for you?

If you can't get out perhaps you could do the cooking - there's some ideas here:
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/Entertaining/HolidaysEvents/ValentinesDay/Pages/ValentinesDayDelights.aspx
or
http://www.marthastewart.com/holidays?lnc=c479cf380e1dd010VgnVCM1000005b09a00aRCRD&rsc=navigationglobal_Homepage_Homepage

Champagne & choccies always go down well - literally in our house. Last year Morrissons did a bottle of bubbly & a box of Thorntons for £15 if I remember rightly.

The lottery are doing some special Valentines scratchcards.

These are freebies, with a personal touch:
http://www.inthepaper.co.uk/default.aspx
http://www.freenameastar.com/

My OH has already told me what I'm getting - an electric blanket as he's chief bedwarmer & is about to go away with work for 5 months. Domestic maybe, but actually very thoughtful for him. If your OH needs the bed warming there's this:
http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=90&catalogId=1008&productId=312271&summaryOnly=true

Hope you have a great day
1 Like #26
These are freebies, with a personal touch:
http://www.inthepaper.co.uk/default.aspx

This is NOT FREE
#27
bargainaholic
When our kiddies were little & we didn't have a sitter, OH took the day off & we went out for lunch then to the cinema & picked DS up from school as usual. Is an afternoon out a better option for you?

If you can't get out perhaps you could do the cooking - there's some ideas here:
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/Entertaining/HolidaysEvents/ValentinesDay/Pages/ValentinesDayDelights.aspx
or
http://www.marthastewart.com/holidays?lnc=c479cf380e1dd010VgnVCM1000005b09a00aRCRD&rsc=navigationglobal_Homepage_Homepage

Champagne & choccies always go down well - literally in our house. Last year Morrissons did a bottle of bubbly & a box of Thorntons for £15 if I remember rightly.


Good ideas here, thanks. food for thought....
The lottery are doing some special Valentines scratchcards.

These are freebies, with a personal touch:
http://www.inthepaper.co.uk/default.aspx
http://www.freenameastar.com/

My OH has already told me what I'm getting - an electric blanket as he's chief bedwarmer & is about to go away with work for 5 months. Domestic maybe, but actually very thoughtful for him. If your OH needs the bed warming there's this:
http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=90&catalogId=1008&productId=312271&summaryOnly=true

Hope you have a great day
#28
Got the electric blanket myself, I would advise a dual control as my OH cant stick heat and I cant do without. really good.

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