365 reasons why I love you jar. Both have their own jar and write once a day one thing they love about the other. On their anniversary/birthday/valentine's day/christmas/whatever the occasion, open the jar and read what the other person wrote
Love letters are always a romantic gift idea. This little booklet made from a deck of cards is a creative twist on a classic love letter. Give your loved one 52 reasons why you love them - one for each week of the year. Source: Little Gray Fox
Good idea for a student teacher! Teacher's survival kit: Animal cookies for when your classroom seems like a zoo. Band Aids for when things get a little rough. Chewing Gum to help you stick to it. Crayons to color your day bright and cheerful, and more.
New Mommy Survival Kit! KISSES: for both mommy & baby! (Hershey kisses) MIRROR: to remind you that you're important too! MARBLES: to replace the ones you lose! HAIR ELASTICS: to remind you to stay ifferent.
Teacher's Survival Kit (Gift Idea), from Serenity Now, I like this for the beginning of school. As a gift to the teacher to introduce your child and I know this will make him/her stand out from the crowd
I love you clothes pins: Write a message with a FINE POINT sharpie so it doesn't smear. Write "I love you" on a paper. Cut it out, and hot glue it to the clothes pin end. Would be cute for a care package!
Valentine's Day *Gift* - Candy Filled Balloon (tutorial)- This looks like sooooooooo much fun! Could be a great party favor for kid's birthday parties also! Or any other holiday as well! or you're a burst of fun.