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Best Valentine’s Day gift ideas

Daniela Reyes
A supermarket advertises Valentine’s Day-themed desserts, which is a common but kind gift idea.

Valentine’s Day is just a week away, and stores are filled with gifts you can give your friends, partners, or whoever else you plan on giving a valentine to. Here are some gift ideas you can present to your valentine on Feb. 14.

Lego Flower Bouquet

If you want to give your Valentine a memorable and long-lasting gift that won’t wilt or perish like a bouquet of real flowers, this Lego Flower Bouquet is sold online for $60 and will leave your valentine with a lifelong gift. This bouquet comes with 756 customizable pieces, allowing you and your valentine to create unique bouquets to your liking. 

Stuffed Animals

To keep it simple and cheap, stuffed animals are the way to go. Different varieties of stuffed animals can be found in any store, and for cheap as well, if you wish to save money. Also, including a small, simple card to go with a stuffed animal for your valentine is just enough. 


Easy-to-make Valentine’s Day desserts are one of the best gifts to surprise your valentine with. There are a variety of Valentine’s Day-themed recipes online and in cookbooks. You can find easy recipes and whip up something for your valentine. A simple dessert is also a quick but memorable gift you can make with any baking items at home. 


If you don’t want to go all out, then simple, cute, and affordable cards are the way to go. If you want to add a twist, you could make your own at-home Valentine’s Day card, using school supplies lying around your house. Coupling a card with a sweet message is a great gift for your valentine. 

Valentine’s Day Grams 

For all Carlmont students this year, the Associated Student Body (ASB) sets up heart-shaped Valentine’s Day grams, no matter if you have a valentine or not. Each of these grams has a cute and unique cheesy pun to make every student feel loved during this holiday of love. 

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About the Contributors
Daniela Reyes, Staff Writer
Daniela Reyes is a sophomore at Carlmont, and this is her first year in the journalism program. She's artistic and very passionate about design. She's very interested in journalism and hopes it will open any new passions for herself. She loves to hang out and goes out with her friends in her free time. Twitter: @_d6ni
Elizabeth Cruz, Scot Scoop Editor

Elizabeth Cruz is a junior at Carlmont High School and a second-year journalist with Scot Scoop. She is one of the vice presidents of her class and is currently employed at Nothing Bundt Cakes. In her free time, you can catch her volunteering or in the student section of a Carlmont sports game cheering her friends on! To view her portfolio, click here.

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