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Creative Things You Can Do on Valentine’s Day: a guest post by Maggie Holmes

Creative Things You Can Do on Valentine’s Day

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When it comes to celebrating Valentine’s Day, there is nothing more important than making the day special for you and your loved one. Of course, you can go with traditional romantic ideas, but you can also do something more creative and surprise your significant other.

Take a Class Together

If there is something that both of you have been wanting to learn but putting it off, there’s no better time than Valentine’s Day to get to it. Take a class together as a date, and then keep on learning together.

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But don’t have to take the same class, you can both take different ones and then teach each other what you’ve learned.

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Create a Time Capsule

One of the most fun activities you can do is put together a good old time capsule.


Put together a bunch of little things that represent your relationship and then seal it up in a box. Then, you will want to set a date on which you will open it and look back on those memories. You can include things like letters, photos, knickknacks, and movie tickets.

Stay in Bed All Day

How good does staying all day in bed sound? So, why not indulge yourself and spend a whole day in bed, watching great movies, cuddling and eating some amazing snacks?

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It will help you relax, as well as do something different with your loved one on Valentine’s Day.

Go Star Gazing

If you are looking for something more romantic, there is nothing more magical than star gazing. Grab some blankets and pillows, and find a perfect spot where you can lay and look at the beautiful stars. You can snuggle up, have deep conversations, and have a cute dinner date while enjoying the gorgeous stars.

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Go on a Treasure Hunt

If you are a couple who likes to play games and be funny with each other, having a treasure hunt is the best date you can throw.

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Create a list of things that the other person needs to find on that day. Get creative with your ideas and have some fun.

Get Ear Piercings

Another fun and creative thing that you and your loved one can do is get a matching ear piercing. They are super trendy right now, and it is just a fun experience you can share together.

Cook Together

As they say, a way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, so why not try cooking delicious meals together? You can put a whole menu together and try making different foods you haven’t tried before.

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The kitchen is a great place where you can bond and have fun with each other.

Go for A Walk on the Beach

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Even though this is a classic, not a lot of couples still do it on Valentine’s Day. It is simple, but if you don’t have a beach around you, any nature outing will do just fine. Look for different trails and parks you can walk through and maybe even have a picnic.

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You can go an extra mile, and combine cooking together with this and take your food that you made with you to have an outdoor dinner.

Write Each Other Letters

If you are someone who is super romantic, there is nothing more special than gifting a handwritten letter to your love. But not a text, actually write a note.

Take the time to sit down and pour your heart out.

Fun Times at a Karaoke Bar

For couples who like to laugh together and just have fun, there is nothing better than throwing a karaoke party. But while it is so informal, it is a great way to bond. Once you have a couple of drinks in your system, you will have no regrets and you’ll be less shy. It is a great way to laugh together and maybe learn new things about each other.

At the end of the day, no matter what activity you choose to do on Valentine’s Day, the only important thing is that you are spending it with your loved one.

Wow, such cool suggestions for Valentine’s Day!

Thank you, Maggie, for this useful article. ♥♥♥

Guest Blogger Bio

Maggie Holmes is a passionate blog writer who is extremely keen on writing about fashion, lifestyle, pets, and technology. Her exclusive hobby is to surf the net to find amazing articles that can inspire her with some fresh ideas for article writing. She loathes being a common person who wastes her time. Follow her on Twitter.



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