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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and here are a few fun, FREE printables to help make the day go smoothly for you…starting with a gifts worksheet!
You don’t need to break the bank with $150 bouquets of red roses, but can come up with cute and creative ideas NOW if you scour Pinterest, etc
Along the same lines, a wishlist can help make the totally clueless see what is important too – complete with BUDGET! You can’t spend more than you really can afford!
Can afford to go out and drop $200 on a fancy meal?
Make your own at home — plan it out and make it TOGETHER!
Looking for a treat to take to work or school? Cupcakes are VERY inexpensive as you can easily pick up a boxed cake mix for $1 or less (my butter cream frosting recipe will be coming soon in our Cooking 101 Series!)
Just top those babies with something cute, that you cut out, and glue to toothpicks!
Hallmark has nothing on you — and a message in your own words! Don’t forget to pop a message into the school lunch boxes too!
I hope this helps you have some fun and make a frugal holiday, yet a memorable one!
Get them all here: Valentine Planner Set