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After Christmas, Valentine's Day cards are the most popular seasonal greeting card that people receive each year, accounting for 25% of all seasonal cards sent each year. While cards, roses and chocolates set the standard for how to wish your friends and loved ones a Happy Valentines' Day, why not try something new this year? Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Create an iTunes playlist to share with your friends. Include your favorite songs as well as songs about friendship and love and you will give an enduring gift that will be treasured by those you care about for many months to come!
U R My Sweetie! Customize M&Ms with a personal message! At www.mymms.com, you can create your very own M&Ms. Choose your favorite colors, add a special message for your sweetie, upload a photo and you have something unique, fun, and green to give to your friends!
Write a poem on a seed paper heart. The paper is embedded with wildflower seeds so, when Valentine's Day has passed, you can actually plant the card and wait for the wildflowers grow. Double the love!
Create your own e-card at www.smilebox.com. It's simple and fun! Add your own photos, music, videos and message. In an instant, you have an eco-friendly, personal way to say share how you feel.
Create a book of coupons. Tried but true, this simple idea lets you tailor a gift to the interests of someone you love without spending a dime. You can show how much you appreciate someone with a gift of time. Consider their interests and your abilities. Maybe your Mom and Dad would love breakfast in bed one morning or a foot massage? Or, your brother or sister would love it if you did his or her chores for a day? Need a few other ideas: walk the dog, take out the trash, clean your room without being asked, give a hug.