Valentines Day gift ideas

Valentines Day is fast approaching. This poses a slight problem for me, as I NEVER know what to buy for Kevin. We have been together for 10 years now, and living together for 9 – so we have most of the things we need and want already. 
I think it’s really nice to source something a little bit different in this sort of situations, and that’s where Getting Personal come in. I have been sent a selection of Valentines gifts that I probably wouldn’t find on my local high street.
Personalised calendar £9.99
Each month has a different image featuring your name, and the name of your loved one. It is a nice little reminder of your relationship every time you glance at the wall. It is also a really useful item, with plenty of space to write all your important dates and appointments.

Grow your own roses £8.99

This lovely little set contains everything you need to grow your own beautiful red roses. Just pop one of the compost discs into water, until it expands to fill the flowerpot. Then plant the seeds and watch them grow. You can choose to plant your roses in the garden or a pot – or you could cut them and give them to your loved one next time there is a special occasion – maybe an anniversary?

Love Hearts tealights £6.99
For a bit of fun on your valentines day table, what about these Love Heart tealights? In 3 bright colours with fun messages, they just add a little bit of atmosphere on the special day. 
If you are looking for a selection of unique and personal gifts for a loved one this Valentines Day, then check out Getting Personal. There is a huge range of reasonably priced items available – something for everyone!
* I was sent these items free of charge for review purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. *

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