6 Ideas for an Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day

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Before you rush out and buy those last-minute Valentine's gifts from the grocery store, here are a few ideas to keep your Valentine's personal and eco-friendly. Homemade Cards are the Best! handmade-valentines-day-cards-craftUse recycled paper to create a unique and one-of-a-kind heartfelt card. You can even add some flare with objects from around the house, like buttons and ribbons, or add a list of things that you love most about the person. Choose Potted Over Cut Flowers yellow-phalaenopsis-99363_640Give a potted plant rather than a bouquet. This way your loved one can enjoy them longer and even plant them in their garden. Chocolate Makes a Delicious Option chocolate-marshmallows-502376_640Don't just pick a heart-shaped box that was conveniently located by the checkout line in the store. Give a box of scrumptious organic chocolates. Skip the Restaurant Avoid the crowds and create a delicious dinner at home together! This is a fun way to spend the evening, and you can even pick your own menu, music, and entertainment. Pick a Unique Gift hand planted the tree in soilGive a gift that symbolizes your love, like planting a tree. This is a gift that will give for years to come! Go Vintage 8699142296_2f947f0d57_hCheck out vintage stores to find a special one-of-a-kind vintage gift. Retro is in!

However you choose to spend your Valentine's Day, be sure to make it special!

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