Jeff loves to grill - so I stocked up on great grilling seasonings and a few new kitchen gadgets.
Tip: To help give the items inside the basket a lift, fill the basket with crumbled brown craft paper before adding items inside. After items are stabilized, will in nooks & crannies with the excelsior (shaved paper) and add your bow. This was a storage basket so it had a hinged lid, which helped make the items appear to be bursting from the basket. Other items to add to a gourmet basket can be chocolates, your card, a gift certificate to a couples cooking class, or even a new recipe to try from a favorite chef.
Here in Arizona, local photographer Megan Sanders of Borrowed Halo Photography got uber creative and used perfectly proportioned pet furniture from HomeGoods to create this stylish Valentine's photo.
Besides the traditional cards, chocolates, flowers and dinner, creating a personalized Valentine's Gift for your sweetheart is a wonderful way to make them feel special, and let them know they are loved. What are some ways you create a personalized Valentine's Gift for your partner, spouse, friend, family or person you're dating?
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Note: This post is sponsored by HomeGoods and the Happy By Design project. All thoughts and opinions are of my own.