The sweetest holiday of the year is rolling around again! I don’t know about you, but I love seeing all the cheery Valentines Day pinks and reds during this dismal time of year. Outside is gray but every store you walk into is Pink! Red! White! Hearts! Flowers! Love!
Will you be my Valentine???
We don’t make a big deal over this holiday in our house, but it’s always nice to get a little gift and make the effort to have a special dinner, even if we make it at home.
Gift Guide: Valentines Day
Stone Drink Dispenser, $125
You may not be able to get water from a stone, but you can tap your favorite spirits. This stone drink dispenser is cut from cobbled granite and handmade in New Hampshire.
Ballpark Blueprint, $185
Got a sports fan in your house? I DO!! And he would LOVE this Ballpark Blueprint of the The Vet. Each one is made to order and shipped directly from their artisan. Send ballpark requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Guaranteed delivery to US domestic addresses by Valentine’s Day, 2/14/2014, if ordered by 2/5/2014. Framing is included!!
Scratch Map, $20
Like to travel? This Scratch Map is the perfect thing! Scratch off the areas you’ve visited to reveal adventurous pops of color that turn traveling into a “domestic” treasure hunt of on-the-fly geography lessons. What a great way to display the places you’ve visited together!
Whiskey Stones & Drink Set, $20-58
Skip the ice–serve your drinks on the rocks. These soapstone cubes will chill his spirits without diluting them. They are milled in Vermont, and the glasses are made in Slovenia & the Czech Republic. You can buy just the stones (set of nine) for $20 or the gift set with stones and 2 glasses for $58. My husband loves his Scotch, and I’m thinking this is the PERFECT Valentine’s Day gift for him! Shhhhh…. don’t tell!
Ridged Glass Guitar Picks, $20 each
Got a guitarist in your life? Even if he just plays for fun on the weekends, he’s sure to love these luminous guitar picks by Hawaiian artist Rosemary Pierro. Rare and exceptional at producing a harder, metallic sound, the Ridged Glass Guitar Picks work with all guitar strings and are sturdy enough to withstand different musical styles, and they are handmade in Hawaii.
This post was sponsored by Uncommon Goods but all commentary and opinions are my own.