Valentine's Day is just around the corner and if you haven’t thought about gifts yet, it’s time to get your creative juices flowing.

Don’t have a clue what to get your love? Our recommendation is to skip the box of chocolates and opt for a creative gift that will last much longer and will make your loved ones smile. 

Let your loved ones know that you adore everything about them this Valentine's Day (even the prickly parts!) with a cute little handmade planter with a succulent arrangement. Or print out a few plant tags, stickers or cards that bring in a little nature and fun to a container you purchase from the nursery or store.

Below we're sharing a few more adorable and creative gift ideas to surprise your loved ones this Valentine's Day.

Get Crafty

You don't have to be the next Picasso to create something heartfelt for your friends or loved ones. You just need a little inspiration and some patience to quickly put together some of these ideas. These can obviously range from very simple to incredibly complex, but here are a few cute ideas to spark your imagination:

This SUPER easy gift idea that will only set you back a few dollars: DIY paper bag plant gifts. If you have all the materials you’ll need like paper bags at home, it’s also free and only takes a few minutes to make!! Visit to make your own.

These Candy Heart Plant Pots from Popcorn and Chocolate are the perfect last minute gift. Just pick up a few plain pots, plants some succulents and either purchase or print out candy heart stickers. Extra credit for personalized messages.

Pink Plants for The Win

Or take it up another notch with something more heartfelt than a standard bouquet of flowers, and opt for a special plant or succulent that radiates romance. The Hoya Heart shaped succulent, Philodendron pink princessBonsai, or Echeveria Laui succulent are all fabulous picks that will definitely get you points for creativity and cuteness overload! 

Concrete Pots and Planters

Support your local small businesses and pick up a thoughtful, handmade planter you can fill with plants or anything you'd like!

Concrete makes the perfect slate for any plant, succulent or even as a container to hold your odds and ends and it's one gift that is sure to keep on giving well after Valentine's Day is over. Check out our selection of planters that are great for succulents, cacti, or air plants. Fill 'em up with their favorite plant and make your loved one's day with an unexpected gesture of creativity and nature. 


Say I Love You, Everyday

Why not show your partner you love them everyday with a one-of-a-kind handmade light fixture to display and share in your spaceOur Sacred Heart light fixture can either be hung on a wall or placed on a bookcase, mantle or altar. Plus it looks absolutely bangin' on & off and sets the perfect mood lighting for a romantic evening chilling with bae. Shop our Sacred Heart Light Fixture and our other rustic Moroccan Lamps here

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