Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Love your Valentine by sending Valentines Day Cards

The following paragraphs summarize the work of Valentines day ecard experts who are completely familiar with all the aspects of Valentines day ecard.

I trust that what you've read so far has been informative. The following section should go a long way toward clearing up any uncertainty that may remain.

Valentine Day Cards or Valentine's Day Cards are used to propose to some one, they are also used to show your appreciation for your friends, and loved ones. Did you know that some surveys have shown that teachers receive the maximum number of Valentine Day Cards or Valentine's Day Cards.

Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged by lovers to establish their bond and commitment towards each other. They express their utmost love towards each other through the lines that are printed as the text of the card. They can also personalize their messages and write a loving poem in honor of their beloved.
The shops are decorated with balloons, and streamers, on Valentine's Day. The shops are a sight by themselves. Red roses are in great demand on Valentine Day or Valentine's Day. Red roses symbolize love.
Valentine's Day is a good time to express your appreciation for someone, and what better way to do it than saying it with a Valentine's Day Card or Valentine Day Card.

Some of the popular categories of Valentine’s Day cards are:

* Happy Valentine’s Day cards
* I Love You Valentine’s Day Cards
* Be My Valentine Cards
* Miss You Valentine’s Day Cards
* For Him Valentine’s Day Cards
* For Her Valentine’s Day Cards
* Friends Valentine’s Day Cards
* Chocolates Valentine’s Day Cards
* Crushes Cards
* Flirting Valentine’s Day Cards
* Cupid Valentine’s Day Cards
* Kiss Valentine’s Day Cards
* More than Friends Valentine’s Day Cards
* Soul Mates Valentine’s Day Cards
* Thank You Valentine’s Day Cards
* Flowers Valentine’s Day Cards
* First Valentine’s Day Cards
* Valentine’s Day Birthday Cards
* Belated Valentine’s Day Cards
* First Valentine’s Day Cards.

This article's coverage of the information is as complete as it can be today. But you should always leave open the possibility that future research could uncover new facts.

Friday, February 8, 2008

John's Valentine's Day Love Story

If you're interested in knowing about sweet Valentine's Day Story, you can read this love story on Valentine's Day.

It was Valentine's Day, February 14th, the day the boys and girls at Carroll High Scool exchange cards with their classmates. They draw hearts and flowers and write funny poems. John awoke early and looked over at the stack of cards ready and waiting to be given to friends, including one very special card for Cathrina, John's best friend.

At school, John was surprised to see that lots of other kids were already there and every desk was piled high with Valentines. John went to work right away, hurrying to leave a Valentine at each desk before the bell rang for class.

No one could open any cards until the party that afternoon. It was hard to wait! But, finally, the lessons were done and the teacher said, "It's time for the party!" Everyone gave out a loud cheer! As the teacher served heart-shaped cupcakes and pink lemonade, the kids began opening their Valentines, smiling and laughing. "Thank you!" rang out over and over again as each envelope was opened.

I Love You!John opened Valentines but also watched Cathrina. Finally, Cathrina read the special Valentine. A very big smile came over Cathrina's face. Then John and Cathrina looked at each other and burst out laughing! Want to know what the special Valentine said? Well, ok. Here it is:

Roses are red; Violets are blue.
If you want to see who sent this, look around.
Your very best friend is smiling at you!
Signed - Your Secret Admirer

Happy Valentine's Day!
I hope that reading the above valentine's day story was enjoyable for you.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Top 20 unique ideas to celebrate Valentine's Day

This article explains a few things about unique ideas to celebrate Valentines day, and if you're interested, then this is worth reading, because you can never tell what you don't know.

It's really a good idea to probe a little deeper into the subject of unique ideas to celebrate Valentines day. What you learn may give you the confidence you need to venture into new areas of love making.

Want to celebrate Valentine's Day in a different way? We've collected a bunch of unique ideas - special ways to show how much you care about your spouse, family members and friends you
Heart-Felt Valentine's Meal

Make up a batch of heart-shaped pancakes for a yummy Valentine's breakfast or brunch. Just pour the batter in the frying pan in a free-form heart shape and serve with strawberries and whipped cream.

Balloon Goodies

Insert candy surprises into balloons before inflating them - add a folded-up Valentine's message then inflate each balloon. Tie with a red ribbon and attach to your loved one's chair for them
to find Valentine's morning.

Family Affair

Have the children help you prepare red Jello with cinnamon hearts mixed in, mashed potatoes colored with pink food coloring, heart-shaped cookies and any other creative ways to present your Valentine's Day meal.

The Gift of Time

Give a hand-made coupon for some work you can do to free-up some time for your spouse or parent. For example, a coupon good for cleaning Dad's garage or for a full-house vacuuming for your wife. How about a coupon for your best friend - you can walk her dog or baby sit one evening.

Coupon Day

Each of you can create individual notes, say 4 or 6 each, to describe a special surprise - a back rub, a bubble bath, kisses from head to toe, a special meal - fold up the notes and toss them into a jar. You can take turns having fun plucking a coupon from the jar and doing what it says.

Scavenger Hunt

You can prepare this one for your spouse or for your children to enjoy. Write up little notes about how you feel and what they mean to you and place them around the house along with a candy
heart or other treat. Add a riddle at the end of each note about where to find the next note. At the last note, have something special waiting there. For example, you can be waiting for your
hubby in a candle-lit bubble bath with two glasses of wine. For your children, then can find a teddy bear or other toy or treat.

Less Fortunate

Visit a hospital or chronic care home to pass out small Valentine surprises to the residents. They will enjoy the care and attention from something so unexpected.


No one special to share Valentine's Day with? Sure you have! You! Why not pamper yourself with a candlelit bubble bath, then prepare your favorite gourmet meal and rent the latest comedy
video. Or treat yourself to a day at the spa, or a day at the gym with a step or aerobics class. Plan for Valentine's Day at least a week in advance - you'll find yourself looking forward to your special treats and your quality time with yourself, by choice.

Picnic Fun

Place a blanket on the floor near the lit fireplace with candles on the mantle and have your Valentine's meal as a candle-lit picnic with a bottle of your favorite bubbly.

Italian Romance

Some soft Italian love songs on the CD player, a luscious Fettucini Alfredo with a bottle of your favorite Italian vino, then some fresh canoli from the pastry shop and cups of amaretto-flavored coffee for a taste sensation - top it off with a sensuous scented bubble bath for two.

A Cereal Surprise

Sneak in love notes and chocolate kisses in your sweetheart's or children's cereal.


Little notes in their lunch boxes, on the bathroom mirror, in his briefcase, stuck on the car windshields, in his underwear drawer.

I'm fortunate to have you!

Mix up a batch of fortune cookies (see for recipe!) and add your own little words of love.

Messy but Marvelous

Make sure you wear old clothes for this one and plan this escapade where cleanup will be easy (no carpets, please!) Make up a batch of chocolate pudding. Feed each other and wind up
having a food fight! Ideally, this is more fun in your birthday suits, then the pudding won't go to waste where it lands! Guaranteed for loads of giggles between the two of you - take a shower-for-two after this one and wash each other's chocolate-flavored hair!

Take a Letter

Take turns writing a love letter or love poem to each other. Read them out loud.

Valentine Sharing

Plan some community work - help out at the local shelter, volunteer at your local church, work with other volunteers to spread some caring amongst your community.

All in the Family

Spend some quality fun time with your niece or nephew or other child in your family.

Long-Distance Caring

Call your favorite aunt whom you haven't seen since she moved far away, or your best friend who transferred to another country - let them know you're thinking of them this Valentine's Day.

Just For You

Have you wanted that delicate pair of earrings for awhile but kept putting off the purchase? Give yourself a special Valentine's Day gift

Poetry In Motion

Write him or her a poem - can't write? Try out the poem generator on for fun! Print out your creation and place it on your loved-one's
night table for when they awake!

About The Author

Heather Diodati, is the owner of DDesign, an on-line shop for one-of-a-kind personalized gifts for all occasions. Sign up for our free ezine, On A Whim, for your free time management gifts!

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