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Valentine’s Day is just a few days away! If you are still searching for that perfect gift that won’t break the bank, then check out my $15 and under gift ideas below.
Whether your valentine loves coffee, journaling or flowers there is something for everyone!
1. Whole Foods Dozen Roses
If you love to give flowers on Valentine’s Day but don’t want to spend a fortune, check out Whole Foods Market. In my area they offer a dozen roses for around $12! This is a crazy price for roses, so if you have a Whole Foods in your area, check out this deal. Don’t have a Whole Foods nearby? I have also seen fairly good prices for roses at Aldi.
2. Potted plant
If you like the idea of flowers but want something that will last longer, consider giving a potted plant to your valentine. Some really pretty potted plants include Peace Lilies, Ficus Bonsais, Spider plants and Ivy plants. You can find most of these at Home Depot or a local garden store.
3. Handmade card
I love handmade cards. It is great to see when someone puts in the time and effort to create something from their imagination. You don’t have to be Picasso or Shakespeare to create a heartfelt card. Find some quiet time and just write or draw what you feel. Your friend or loved one will love it! If you are looking for some inspiration, check out Better Homes & Gardens Valentine’s Day card ideas.
4. Photo Book or Framed Photo
You may be thinking how in the world am I going to get a photo book two days before Valentine’s Day but I have a solution! If you know your valentine would love a new photo book or framed photo for their desk, drugstores like CVS and Walgreens can make photo books in as little as one day.
5. Slippers To Keep Your Toes Warm
I love having a pair of cozy slippers to keep my feet warm on a cold winter night. This is the perfect time of year to give your valentine a warm and cozy gift!
6. Coffee Mug or New Coffee
This one is for the coffee lovers out there! If your valentine is a coffee connoisseur, you can add to their love of coffee with a fun new coffee mug or new brand of coffee to try.
7. Valentine’s Day Coupon Book
Another creative gift that keeps on giving even after Valentine’s Day is a personalized coupon book for your Valentine. For example, you can include coupons for doing the dishes, watching the kids for a night out with friends, vacuuming the house, foot massage or washing the car. You can make your own coupon book or use a free printable coupon book.
8. 52 Reasons I love you Deck Of Cards
For those of you who love to to be creative and love writing, grab a deck of cards and use a free printable template that can be customized to create this gift.
If you like writing notes, but don’t have enough time to put together the card idea, check out this free lunch box notes printable.
9. Spa Gift Set
Instead of buying a spa gift certificate, buy a spa gift set that can be used at home. You can include items like a candle, bath salts, a loofah or lotion. If you don’t which products to buy, you can find a gift set already put together.
10. Sweet Treat
Now, you may be going out dinner for Valentine’s Day and already getting a dessert, but you have a valentine that would love a sweet treat as a gift. If you love to bake, put your baking skills to test and concoct a delicious treat for your valentine like the Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cake above!
11. Journal Bible
This one is extra! Now, I know this one is not under $15, but I couldn’t pass up telling you about it. I received Journal Bible for Christmas and I use it all of the time! I love this Bible because it is great for taking notes during church or during your own personal devotional time. This is a great gift to give to loved one or a friend!