Father’s Day is just about a month away and that means it’s time to start thinking about gift ideas for all of the fab fathers in your life. Whether you want to give him something practical, something sentimental, or something delectable, these gift ideas will show him just how much he’s appreciated! See our Father’s Day gift guide below.

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1. A bucket list book is the perfect way to make memories with dad. This scratch-off style will keep the surprises (and fun) coming.

2. Another great way to bond with pops is with a game of bingo focused on America’s favorite pastime—baseball! This baseball version of bingo lets you both enjoy the game and each other’s company.

3. For work, tailgating, a day on the boat, or a night of camping, this insulated cooler lunchbox is great for so many occasions.

4. Let him bring his marinating imagination to life with this grilling spice set! ‘Tis the season for smokehouse selections.

5. When the grilling is complete, he can use this funny cutting board to serve up his delicious delicacies.

6. What’s a Super Daddio made of? This tumbler will remind him of his best qualities.

7. And for a more personalized version of the superhero gift, this Super Dad book is customizable and will be cherished forever.

8. Does anything pair better with a dad joke than a box of snacks?! Definitely not. Warning: may be accompanied by a lot of eye-rolling from the rest of the family.

9. A post-snack time nap is always a good idea. Or, “resting the eyes,” as he (and these socks) like to say.

10. For more cozy foot gear, these slippers will be his new go-to for lounging around the house.

11. This golf essentials organizer is perfect for a day out on the links. And now he can’t blame his poor golf game on forgetting his lucky ball marker.

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Baseball Bingo
Super Dad Book
Golf Organizer
Bucket Book
Tumbler
Slippers
Cutting Board
Socks
Grilling Spices
Lunchbox
Dad Joke Snack Box
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For most people Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and that usually means there’s going to be a backyard BBQ or two to help kick off the season of sun and swim. Whether you’re hosting or attending, here are some fun outfit, decor, and party essentials to help you make the most of this holiday weekend. See our prep for MDW below.

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The unofficial start of summer means it’s time to break out the best of your warm-weather wardrobe! We’re talking all the shorts, sandals, and dresses you can get your hands on. Obviously a red, white, and blue theme is great if you’re going for coordinating family outfits, and these digs from Old Navy won’t ask you to sacrifice on style or comfort!

Baby Shoes
Baby Onesie
Boys’ Shoes
Boys’ Shorts
Boys’ Shirt
Girls’ Sandals
Girls’ Romper
Men’s Sneakers
Men’s Shorts
Men’s Shirt
Women’s Sandals
Women’s Shorts
Women’s Top

Deck the halls with all things Americana! Let freedom ring and style reign with these decor ideas. From indoors to outdoors, these pieces will help dress your home in patriotic pride.

Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor
Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor

Did someone say cookout?! Grab all your grilling and party planning essentials if you’re hosting the BBQ this year. These must-haves will help you make sure your party runs smoothly so you can kick back and relax (or at least pretend to).

Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools
Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools

For most people Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and that usually means there’s going to be a backyard BBQ or two to help kick off the season of sun and swim. Whether you’re hosting or attending, here are some fun outfit, decor, and party essentials to help you make the most of this holiday weekend. See our prep for MDW below.

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The unofficial start of summer means it’s time to break out the best of your warm-weather wardrobe! We’re talking all the shorts, sandals, and dresses you can get your hands on. Obviously a red, white, and blue theme is great if you’re going for coordinating family outfits, and these digs from Old Navy won’t ask you to sacrifice on style or comfort!

Baby Shoes
Baby Onesie
Boys’ Shoes
Boys’ Shorts
Boys’ Shirt
Girls’ Sandals
Girls’ Romper
Men’s Sneakers
Men’s Shorts
Men’s Shirt
Women’s Sandals
Women’s Shorts
Women’s Top

Deck the halls with all things Americana! Let freedom ring and style reign with these decor ideas. From indoors to outdoors, these pieces will help dress your home in patriotic pride.

Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor
Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor

Did someone say cookout?! Grab all your grilling and party planning essentials if you’re hosting the BBQ this year. These must-haves will help you make sure your party runs smoothly so you can kick back and relax (or at least pretend to).

Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools
Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools
a boy sitting beside the barbecue grill

For most people Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, and that usually means there’s going to be a backyard BBQ or two to help kick off the season of sun and swim. Whether you’re hosting or attending, here are some fun outfit, decor, and party essentials to help you make the most of this holiday weekend. See our prep for MDW below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

The unofficial start of summer means it’s time to break out the best of your warm-weather wardrobe! We’re talking all the shorts, sandals, and dresses you can get your hands on. Obviously a red, white, and blue theme is great if you’re going for coordinating family outfits, and these digs from Old Navy won’t ask you to sacrifice on style or comfort!

Baby Shoes
Baby Onesie
Boys’ Shoes
Boys’ Shorts
Boys’ Shirt
Girls’ Sandals
Girls’ Romper
Men’s Sneakers
Men’s Shorts
Men’s Shirt
Women’s Sandals
Women’s Shorts
Women’s Top

Deck the halls with all things Americana! Let freedom ring and style reign with these decor ideas. From indoors to outdoors, these pieces will help dress your home in patriotic pride.

Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor
Pillow Covers
Bike
Gnomes
Welcome Sign
Garden Flag
Banner
Freedom Sign
Wooden Sign
Centerpiece
Stars
Tray Decor

Did someone say cookout?! Grab all your grilling and party planning essentials if you’re hosting the BBQ this year. These must-haves will help you make sure your party runs smoothly so you can kick back and relax (or at least pretend to).

Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools
Bug Zapper
Buffet Caddy
Cup Holder
Condiment Caddy
Drink Dispenser
Signs
Bowls
Coolers
Food Covers
Grill Tools

Everyone knows the best parts of Easter are the candy, the egg hunts, and the cute animal-inspired celebrations (bunnies and baby chicks, don’t deny the adorableness). If you are planning on throwing a classroom party for your kiddos – or even just a fun celebration at home – you’re going to want to see these Easter treat ideas! Kristy planned some really creative festivities for her daughter’s class…see her ideas below.

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These little treat jars are an adorable way to make a tasty nest for your Peeps! Filled with edible grass and jelly beans, topped with a Peep, and finished off with a pretty sticker, these snacks are perfect for the classroom.

How fun is this green apple-flavored edible grass?? With just the lightest bit of flavor, this is a really creative way to make nests, grass-filled baskets, and more! The grass easily dissolves in your mouth which the kids will love.

If you have kids with allergies in your class, you might want to opt for the (slightly more expensive) allergen-free jelly beans and chocolate candies. If you don’t have to worry about that, M&Ms, Cadbury milk eggs, and any type of jelly bean would work! 

These carrot bags are adorable!! Stuff some bags with Cheetos and close off with a green ribbon, and you’ve got your very own Easter treat! This is probably a much-preferred version of carrots for the kids.

For some actual healthy snacks, these fruit skewers topped with Peeps are delicious and nutritious, AND they’re almost to beautiful to eat!!

Egg hunt time! Grab some plastic eggs and fill them with Easter-themed goodies like stamps and mini crayons.

And of course, don’t forget the candy! Throw in a couple chocolate rabbits and Peeps lollipop rings for a sweet surprise.

These burlap bunny bags though!! SO stinkin’ cute!

Fill your burlap bunnies with bubbles, scented dough, puzzles, erasers, scented glue sticks, scented pensscented markers, and candy lip balm!

When all is said and done, the kiddos will be heading home with tummies full of yummy treats, a basket full of fun goodies, heads full of uplifting memories, and hearts full of warm fuzzy feelings.

multiracial girls on floor with plastic eggs on easter day

Everyone knows the best parts of Easter are the candy, the egg hunts, and the cute animal-inspired celebrations (bunnies and baby chicks, don’t deny the adorableness). If you are planning on throwing a classroom party for your kiddos – or even just a fun celebration at home – you’re going to want to see these Easter treat ideas! Kristy planned some really creative festivities for her daughter’s class…see her ideas below.

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These little treat jars are an adorable way to make a tasty nest for your Peeps! Filled with edible grass and jelly beans, topped with a Peep, and finished off with a pretty sticker, these snacks are perfect for the classroom.

How fun is this green apple-flavored edible grass?? With just the lightest bit of flavor, this is a really creative way to make nests, grass-filled baskets, and more! The grass easily dissolves in your mouth which the kids will love.

If you have kids with allergies in your class, you might want to opt for the (slightly more expensive) allergen-free jelly beans and chocolate candies. If you don’t have to worry about that, M&Ms, Cadbury milk eggs, and any type of jelly bean would work! 

These carrot bags are adorable!! Stuff some bags with Cheetos and close off with a green ribbon, and you’ve got your very own Easter treat! This is probably a much-preferred version of carrots for the kids.

For some actual healthy snacks, these fruit skewers topped with Peeps are delicious and nutritious, AND they’re almost to beautiful to eat!!

Egg hunt time! Grab some plastic eggs and fill them with Easter-themed goodies like stamps and mini crayons.

And of course, don’t forget the candy! Throw in a couple chocolate rabbits and Peeps lollipop rings for a sweet surprise.

These burlap bunny bags though!! SO stinkin’ cute!

Fill your burlap bunnies with bubbles, scented dough, puzzles, erasers, scented glue sticks, scented pensscented markers, and candy lip balm!

When all is said and done, the kiddos will be heading home with tummies full of yummy treats, a basket full of fun goodies, heads full of uplifting memories, and hearts full of warm fuzzy feelings.

Easter is the first holiday that falls during spring, and that means it’s the perfect occasion to break out out the pastel colors and floral prints! If you have family traditions for Easter Sunday, whether it’s church, brunch, lunch, or just a day with the kids hunting for Easter eggs and eating candy, donning coordinating outfits is a great excuse to snap some adorable family pictures! Old Navy has so many spring styles for the whole family, making your Easter outfit shopping a breeze. See our family Easter outfit inspiration from Old Navy below.

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These gorgeous blues will have you feeling anything but! This shade is a super popular one this spring, so keep your family looking trendy with these pale blues and bright whites.

There’s nothing like a sunny yellow for spring! While the sun shines down on you and your family, you can brighten up any room with these buttery soft shades of yellow.

Bring on the blooms! Pastel purple is balanced with bold florals in this combination…it’s reminiscent of the first budding of crocuses on a warm spring morning.

Pink is always a pretty option for spring. Mix solid shades with dainty floral prints to add a little dimension, and keep it casual by throwing in a bit of dark denim!

easter text on gray surface beside yellow flowers

Easter is the first holiday that falls during spring, and that means it’s the perfect occasion to break out out the pastel colors and floral prints! If you have family traditions for Easter Sunday, whether it’s church, brunch, lunch, or just a day with the kids hunting for Easter eggs and eating candy, donning coordinating outfits is a great excuse to snap some adorable family pictures! Old Navy has so many spring styles for the whole family, making your Easter outfit shopping a breeze. See our family Easter outfit inspiration from Old Navy below.

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These gorgeous blues will have you feeling anything but! This shade is a super popular one this spring, so keep your family looking trendy with these pale blues and bright whites.

There’s nothing like a sunny yellow for spring! While the sun shines down on you and your family, you can brighten up any room with these buttery soft shades of yellow.

Bring on the blooms! Pastel purple is balanced with bold florals in this combination…it’s reminiscent of the first budding of crocuses on a warm spring morning.

Pink is always a pretty option for spring. Mix solid shades with dainty floral prints to add a little dimension, and keep it casual by throwing in a bit of dark denim!

You don’t have to be Irish to get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day! Thanks to our handy St. Patrick’s Day guide to fun, you can celebrate with the best of them, without spending all your gold! If you’re planning a classroom party for your kiddo, these themed party favors, craft ideas, and snack suggestions will have your little leprechauns jumping for joy at the end of the rainbow! See our St. Patrick’s Day classroom party ideas below.

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Who doesn’t love a party favor? Make classroom goody bags filled with little leprechauns, St. Patrick’s day stamps, beaded necklaces, and pots (or these) full of gold!

Don’t forget about the crafts and activities! Grab things like foam craft kits, rainbow scratch art, and themed temporary tattoos!!

A photo booth is a really fun way for the kids to make memories and have them for a lifetime! Get cute props and a St. Patrick’s Day backdrop, and see who can take the silliest photo! Let them decorate these picture frames to put their new photo in.

If you’re providing snacks or lunch, a great idea is Shamrock shakes and nuggets, with rainbow Skittles and Rolos as an after-lunch treat! Grab themed plates and napkins to make the meal even more special.

If you’re celebrating at home and want decor inspiration and fun ideas for the kiddos, see our St. Patrick’s Day roundup for a family celebration here!

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Necklaces
Stamps
Leprechauns
Goody Bags
overhead photo of st patrick s day props

You don’t have to be Irish to get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day! Thanks to our handy St. Patrick’s Day guide to fun, you can celebrate with the best of them, without spending all your gold! If you’re planning a classroom party for your kiddo, these themed party favors, craft ideas, and snack suggestions will have your little leprechauns jumping for joy at the end of the rainbow! See our St. Patrick’s Day classroom party ideas below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Who doesn’t love a party favor? Make classroom goody bags filled with little leprechauns, St. Patrick’s day stamps, beaded necklaces, and pots (or these) full of gold!

Don’t forget about the crafts and activities! Grab things like foam craft kits, rainbow scratch art, and themed temporary tattoos!!

A photo booth is a really fun way for the kids to make memories and have them for a lifetime! Get cute props and a St. Patrick’s Day backdrop, and see who can take the silliest photo! Let them decorate these picture frames to put their new photo in.

If you’re providing snacks or lunch, a great idea is Shamrock shakes and nuggets, with rainbow Skittles and Rolos as an after-lunch treat! Grab themed plates and napkins to make the meal even more special.

If you’re celebrating at home and want decor inspiration and fun ideas for the kiddos, see our St. Patrick’s Day roundup for a family celebration here!

Shop St. Patrick's Day Fun

Rolos
Skittles
Picture Frames
Photo Backdrop
Photo Props
Temporary Tattoos
Scratch Art
Craft Kit
Chocolate Coins
Candy Cauldrons
Stress Reliever Toys
Necklaces
Stamps
Leprechauns
Goody Bags

Valentine’s Day is a week away and if you haven’t grabbed your gifts yet, now is the time to do so! These gift ideas from Amazon are sweet for your sweetheart, and they should all arrive in time for the big day. See our Amazon Valentine’s Day gift ideas below.

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For your adult valentine, gift them a sweet treat, a fun activity, a practical everyday gift, or a sentimental keepsake.

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Star Map
Tea Mug
Wine Glasses
Waffle Maker
Chocolates
Lovebirds
Strawberries
Card Game
Star Map
Tea Mug
Wine Glasses
Waffle Maker
Chocolates
Lovebirds
Strawberries
Card Game

For your kiddo valentine, gift them a cute cozy pal, an adorable book, or a little bit of exciting entertainment!!

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Microphone
Bubble Machine
Heart Box
Squishmallows
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Pillow
PJs
Activity Book
Microphone
Bubble Machine
Heart Box
Squishmallows
Book
Pillow
PJs
Activity Book
assorted color heart shaped candies

Valentine’s Day is a week away and if you haven’t grabbed your gifts yet, now is the time to do so! These gift ideas from Amazon are sweet for your sweetheart, and they should all arrive in time for the big day. See our Amazon Valentine’s Day gift ideas below.

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For your adult valentine, gift them a sweet treat, a fun activity, a practical everyday gift, or a sentimental keepsake.

Shop Gifts for Adults

Star Map
Tea Mug
Wine Glasses
Waffle Maker
Chocolates
Lovebirds
Strawberries
Card Game
Star Map
Tea Mug
Wine Glasses
Waffle Maker
Chocolates
Lovebirds
Strawberries
Card Game

For your kiddo valentine, gift them a cute cozy pal, an adorable book, or a little bit of exciting entertainment!!

Shop Gifts for Kids

Microphone
Bubble Machine
Heart Box
Squishmallows
Book
Pillow
PJs
Activity Book
Microphone
Bubble Machine
Heart Box
Squishmallows
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Pillow
PJs
Activity Book

Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

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If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

Love is in the air!! Valentine’s Day is just about two weeks away, and if you’re looking to cultivate a little more love in your life, sprinkling some heart-themed decor around your home is a great way to do so! This festive Valentine’s Day decor from Target will have you seeing hearts…literally. See VDay decor from Target below!

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These felt heart fillers make an adorable centerpiece on your dining table, or a colorful accent on your decorative shelves.

Hang this garland over doorways, windows, or your mantle for a festive display of love.

This pom-pom wreath is perfect for your front door or a large statement window!

Snuggle up with one of these plush faux-fur heart-shaped pillows.

Share a morning cup of coffee with your love and start the day with a sweet sentiment.

These gorgeous marbled dishes are ideal for serving up a romantic dinner for two!

And these plastic plates and cups are great if you’re having a delicious VDay meal with the kiddos.

Hugs and kisses! These lips are serving up lots of sweets…fill them with your favorite Valentine’s Day candies.

There’s nothing like breakfast in bed for a VDay treat, and these themed waffle makers will dish out a bitty bite to remember!

If you love knick-knacks, these little guys will help you spread the love all around the house!

Love is in the air!! Valentine’s Day is just about two weeks away, and if you’re looking to cultivate a little more love in your life, sprinkling some heart-themed decor around your home is a great way to do so! This festive Valentine’s Day decor from Target will have you seeing hearts…literally. See VDay decor from Target below!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

These felt heart fillers make an adorable centerpiece on your dining table, or a colorful accent on your decorative shelves.

Hang this garland over doorways, windows, or your mantle for a festive display of love.

This pom-pom wreath is perfect for your front door or a large statement window!

Snuggle up with one of these plush faux-fur heart-shaped pillows.

Share a morning cup of coffee with your love and start the day with a sweet sentiment.

These gorgeous marbled dishes are ideal for serving up a romantic dinner for two!

And these plastic plates and cups are great if you’re having a delicious VDay meal with the kiddos.

Hugs and kisses! These lips are serving up lots of sweets…fill them with your favorite Valentine’s Day candies.

There’s nothing like breakfast in bed for a VDay treat, and these themed waffle makers will dish out a bitty bite to remember!

If you love knick-knacks, these little guys will help you spread the love all around the house!

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and if you plan on giving a sentimental gift to a special someone, there’s no time like the present to buy your presents! Whether you’re gifting to your significant other, or maybe your kids are your valentines, these gift guides are full of sweet ideas anyone in your life is sure to love. See our Valentine’s Day gift guides below.

For Adults

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If you’re giving a gift to your significant other on Valentine’s Day, you can go for the usuals, like chocolate or flowers, or you can present them with something a little more special, like this spinning heart message box or these adorable kissing coffee mugs.

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Popcorn Kit
Tic Tac Toe Decor
A Dozen Reasons I Love You
Avocado Blanket
Audio Message Box
Kissing Mugs
LEGO Roses
Date Night Games
A Year of Dates
Message Lock Box
Popcorn Kit
Tic Tac Toe Decor
A Dozen Reasons I Love You
Avocado Blanket
Audio Message Box
Kissing Mugs
LEGO Roses
Date Night Games
A Year of Dates
Message Lock Box

For Kids

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If your kids are your valentines this year, candy, books, and stuffed animals are all great gift ideas. Or give them something like this heart-shaped waffle maker so you can make a memorable Valentine’s Day breakfast together.

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Reese’s Heart
T-Rex Mug Set
Blanket
Life Savers Gummies
Mad Libs
Valentine’s Day Book
Unicorn Plush
Pez Dispenser
Dragon Squishmallow
Waffle Maker
Activity Book
Reese’s Heart
T-Rex Mug Set
Blanket
Life Savers Gummies
Mad Libs
Valentine’s Day Book
Unicorn Plush
Pez Dispenser
Dragon Squishmallow
Waffle Maker
Activity Book

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and if you plan on giving a sentimental gift to a special someone, there’s no time like the present to buy your presents! Whether you’re gifting to your significant other, or maybe your kids are your valentines, these gift guides are full of sweet ideas anyone in your life is sure to love. See our Valentine’s Day gift guides below.

For Adults

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1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

If you’re giving a gift to your significant other on Valentine’s Day, you can go for the usuals, like chocolate or flowers, or you can present them with something a little more special, like this spinning heart message box or these adorable kissing coffee mugs.

Shop Gifts for Adults

Popcorn Kit
Tic Tac Toe Decor
A Dozen Reasons I Love You
Avocado Blanket
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If your kids are your valentines this year, candy, books, and stuffed animals are all great gift ideas. Or give them something like this heart-shaped waffle maker so you can make a memorable Valentine’s Day breakfast together.

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Reveling in romance and celebrating the season of love is a sweet treat that we all enjoy, whether you’re one to admit it or not! Decorating and prepping for Valentine’s Day can bring butterflies to the tummy for more reasons than one – you’re feeling the love of being in love, but you’re also dreading emptying your wallet! Get chic, charming romance for less with these Valentine’s Day-inspired Amazon/Pottery Barn dupes and fill your heart without breaking the bank. See our Amazon vs Pottery Barn Valentine dupes below!

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Love abounds around the home with these plush heart-shaped throw pillows! This version from Amazon is $18 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

Snuggle up with your S.O. under this super soft sherpa throw blanket with pom pom accents. This version from Amazon is $21 while this version from Pottery Barn is $34.

Showcase your eternal love with this contemporary intertwined heart sculpture! This version from Amazon is $30 while this version from Pottery Barn is $129.

Keep that new shiny jewelry from your love in this pretty jewelry organizer – it’s great for traveling, too! This version from Amazon is $10 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

Dish out a romantic dinner for two or a full-blown feast for your gal pals with this gorgeous pink dishware! This 20-piece set from Amazon is $77 while this 16-piece set from Pottery Barn is $136.

Toast to romance (and elegance) with this sophisticated coupe glass set. This set of 4 from Amazon is $37 while this set of 4 from Pottery Barn is $56.

These cute heart-print dish towels will have you feeling the love even when you’re washing all those dishes. This version from Amazon is $20 while this version from Pottery Barn is $30.

Serve up a sweet display of desserts or hors d’oeuvres with this heart-shaped cheeseboard! This version from Amazon is $44 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

Reveling in romance and celebrating the season of love is a sweet treat that we all enjoy, whether you’re one to admit it or not! Decorating and prepping for Valentine’s Day can bring butterflies to the tummy for more reasons than one – you’re feeling the love of being in love, but you’re also dreading emptying your wallet! Get chic, charming romance for less with these Valentine’s Day-inspired Amazon/Pottery Barn dupes and fill your heart without breaking the bank. See our Amazon vs Pottery Barn Valentine dupes below!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Love abounds around the home with these plush heart-shaped throw pillows! This version from Amazon is $18 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

Snuggle up with your S.O. under this super soft sherpa throw blanket with pom pom accents. This version from Amazon is $21 while this version from Pottery Barn is $34.

Showcase your eternal love with this contemporary intertwined heart sculpture! This version from Amazon is $30 while this version from Pottery Barn is $129.

Keep that new shiny jewelry from your love in this pretty jewelry organizer – it’s great for traveling, too! This version from Amazon is $10 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

Dish out a romantic dinner for two or a full-blown feast for your gal pals with this gorgeous pink dishware! This 20-piece set from Amazon is $77 while this 16-piece set from Pottery Barn is $136.

Toast to romance (and elegance) with this sophisticated coupe glass set. This set of 4 from Amazon is $37 while this set of 4 from Pottery Barn is $56.

These cute heart-print dish towels will have you feeling the love even when you’re washing all those dishes. This version from Amazon is $20 while this version from Pottery Barn is $30.

Serve up a sweet display of desserts or hors d’oeuvres with this heart-shaped cheeseboard! This version from Amazon is $44 while this version from Pottery Barn is $50.

A-tisket, a-tasket, we love a good gift basket!! These DIY gift ideas are great because not only are they easy to put together and relatively inexpensive, but you can also customize them for each recipient! Whether you’re gifting one to a family member, a friend, or a coworker, these baskets are such a sweet way to spread a bit of holiday cheer. See our holiday gift basket ideas below!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Grab some pretty baskets that you can stuff full of only the best goodies! Kristy made these baskets for her kids’ teachers, and they are filled with seasonal specialties, yummy treats, and everyday essentials.

Because you can never have too many blankets! Grab a fun, festive throw blanket to tuck away in your basket and start the holiday theme.

These mini pillows and hanging decor penguins are so cute for the classroom or the office!

Who doesn’t love a heavenly smelling candle?! Share the scents of the season with a candle that looks as pretty as it smells.

This is a great idea, especially for teachers or nurses. Stuff in a few sweet-smelling hand sanitizers and help keep the winter germs away! Pro Tip: Wait until Bath and Body Works has its 5 for $5 sanitizer sale! It’s the perfect time to stock up on basket fillers.

Moisture is the name of the game during the cold, dry months, and these Burt’s Bees kits will definitely do the trick! A luxurious lip balm and hand/body cream will provide lasting hydration all season long.

How stinkin’ cute is this?? A mini waffle maker that imprints a Christmas tree on each waffle! This is a great gift for any foodie, or anyone who can’t get enough of Christmas!

Being warm and cozy, snuggled up with a cup of delicious hot cocoa, is the epitome of an ideal winter night. I’ll take two, please!!

Finish off with an assortment of snacks! These make great fillers for any empty spots left in your basket and let’s be honest, tasty treats always make great gifts!!

This is a fun idea for a new driver or a college student, or really anyone who likes being prepared with the essentials! Grab a bunch of car necessities (air fresheners, tire inflator, cleaning wipes, etc.) and stuff them into a trunk organizer and you have a practical gift for any driver!

crop faceless woman drinking tea and sitting near christmas tree

A-tisket, a-tasket, we love a good gift basket!! These DIY gift ideas are great because not only are they easy to put together and relatively inexpensive, but you can also customize them for each recipient! Whether you’re gifting one to a family member, a friend, or a coworker, these baskets are such a sweet way to spread a bit of holiday cheer. See our holiday gift basket ideas below!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Grab some pretty baskets that you can stuff full of only the best goodies! Kristy made these baskets for her kids’ teachers, and they are filled with seasonal specialties, yummy treats, and everyday essentials.

Because you can never have too many blankets! Grab a fun, festive throw blanket to tuck away in your basket and start the holiday theme.

These mini pillows and hanging decor penguins are so cute for the classroom or the office!

Who doesn’t love a heavenly smelling candle?! Share the scents of the season with a candle that looks as pretty as it smells.

This is a great idea, especially for teachers or nurses. Stuff in a few sweet-smelling hand sanitizers and help keep the winter germs away! Pro Tip: Wait until Bath and Body Works has its 5 for $5 sanitizer sale! It’s the perfect time to stock up on basket fillers.

Moisture is the name of the game during the cold, dry months, and these Burt’s Bees kits will definitely do the trick! A luxurious lip balm and hand/body cream will provide lasting hydration all season long.

How stinkin’ cute is this?? A mini waffle maker that imprints a Christmas tree on each waffle! This is a great gift for any foodie, or anyone who can’t get enough of Christmas!

Being warm and cozy, snuggled up with a cup of delicious hot cocoa, is the epitome of an ideal winter night. I’ll take two, please!!

Finish off with an assortment of snacks! These make great fillers for any empty spots left in your basket and let’s be honest, tasty treats always make great gifts!!

This is a fun idea for a new driver or a college student, or really anyone who likes being prepared with the essentials! Grab a bunch of car necessities (air fresheners, tire inflator, cleaning wipes, etc.) and stuff them into a trunk organizer and you have a practical gift for any driver!