The great thing about creating a Valentine’s Basket is that it doesn’t have to be over-the-top. Using small items that can be used all year long for the GlamBaby in your life is ideal so nothing goes to waste. I created this basket below from items from the 99 cent store, target, Amazon, and of course GlamBaby. Here are a few suggestions to make a Valentine’s Day basket that will be loved for months to come:
Cozy, cute pajamas are always in style. I chose to go with a heart theme that is appropriate for Valentine’s Day and more. I always go a size up on my daughter’s, Isabella, pajamas so she can wear them for a few months. The ones I used in this basket are from Burt’s Bees, I purchased from Amazon.
Adding a pair of sunglasses or blue light glasses in their Valentine’s basket not only gives your child a practical gift that they can use for seasons to come, but will also light them up when they see a fashion forward accessory that they actually want to wear. I included the limited edition Priscilla frame in red, however, you can visit the Valentine’s shop here.
Every year I add a new book to her Valentine’s collection. We read the books in the month of February to get Valentine’s Day ready. Over the years, I have displayed the books on her shelves to keep her room looking festive as well. In each book, I also date the year so we can look back together at the past years’ favorites. The book I picked this year, The Invisible String, is a sweet one, I highly suggest it.
Some holiday socks and hair bows I placed in her basket were purchased at the 99 cent store. She can wear them on Valentine’s Day and beyond. Kids go thru socks like crazy, so adding a pair or two will get a lot of use.
I purchased this basket from Target and will be using it to hold toys once Valentine’s Day is over. I am all about multi- purpose use. Holiday themed gifts are fun and thoughtful, but should be able to be used multiple times not to create waste and be discarded.
I hope you all have the most wonderful Valentine’s Day filled with love.