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Valentine's Day Gifts Void of Hugging Bears and Naked Cupid Babies

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Valentine's Day is next week - pause for those who didn't know and are now in a panic. If you haven't purchased a gift for your significant other, you still have a handful of shopping days left, so make the most of them by high tailing it to the nearest store - online or in real life.

Below is a list of present ideas to get the creative juices flowing. Take my suggestions, go forth, and purchase.

Ladies first...

Cool Jewels You can go with an edgy heart cuff, or one of kind with a patina copper bracelet.

Journal A journal is a perfect option for those in a new relationship. Thoughtful, but not crazy personal.

Desk Pad Any girl would love a well designed pad for her to do list and these are customizable.

Snazzy Candy Take giving chocolate to another level with selections infused with unique flavors.

Flowers, but not flowers Real flowers die, so give her some that will last forever and add a little personality to the home.

Keepsake Box Select an eye catching option with in a unique material or cool design. Fill it with something nice for a double surprise.

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