|Valentine Penguins on Etsy|
Red and Pink, along with white, are traditional Valentine's Day colors.
- Red is a symbol for passion and deep love.
- Pink stands for affection, sweetness and understanding and is a combination of red and white.
Handmade Happiness in Red or Pink Plush
These plush penguins in Valentine colors of red and pink will win her heart. Round and cuddly, your special someone will love this sweetheart penguin.
Perhaps a Lady Bug is your choice for a red plush gift.
|Plush Ladybug in Crochet|
|Cute Valentine Octopus in Pink or Red Crochet|
A mini crocheted octopus handmade in red or pink makes a cute gift for your favorite Valentine. It would look darling sitting on her desk at work or home as a reminder of the sweet person who gave it to her.
A Special Card - Sweet, Funny, Fun
Top off your Valentine gift with a fun card.
This card by aaronsgraphics on Zazzle may not be perfectly romantic, but your sweetheart will get a laugh and a smile out of it. Simply tell them "I love you every single day", "But today you get a card!"
Symbols of Love
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If anyone has ever wondered how the heart became the symbol of love, and such burning questions such as 'why is the heart red', here's a light-hearted (yes, that's an intended pun) imagined conversation between Dr. Sheldon Cherry and a 2,000-year-old cardiologist.
Valentine's Day and Romance Go Together
For a list of romantic movies, books, songs and sweet stories perfect for Valentine's Day, check out these wonderful suggestions from many of the reviewers here on Review This in our ROMANCE section.
Valentine's Day is a Favorite Chocolate Holiday
As Lucy Van Pelt of Peanuts once wisely said “All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!” And no one at Review This knows more about chocolate than our own Susan Kennedy. Check out lots of her chocolate recipes and stories perfect for this chocolate holiday.
Have a Happy Valentine's Day
So, Happy Valentine's Day to you from the Peanuts gang and all of us at Review This!
(c) Wednesday Elf. Article written on 1/24/2015. Updated on 1/26/2021
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