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Try This! 9 Fun Valentine Surprises for Your Family

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Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to shower the people you love with some extra-special attention.  Give them a little something extra to celebrate the love you share.

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I’ve been looking for ways that I can surprise my own family on February 14th, and I’ve definitely got some fun ideas!  Balloons, pinata cake, heart shaped foods and a kaleidescope with a secret message are just a few of the ways I’ve found to bring a little joy to my family.  Maybe you can use some of these ideas at your house, too!

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1.  Balloons!  Hearts!  Surprise the family when they open the door with this Heart Attack.  Find out how at Confetti Sunshine.

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2.  Hungry Happenings has a recipe for fun with this conversation heart pinata cake.

DIY-Valentine-Kaleidescope

3.  I spy….a secret message for your loved ones in this Valentine kaleidescope by Handmade Charlotte.

Doorknob-Valentine

4.  Leave a cute surprise on the bedroom doors of your little Valentines.  Doodlebug shares the tutorial.

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5.  Hungry Happenings has a recipe for cheese-filled hearts that is perfect for dishing up at lunchtime on Valentine’s Day.

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6.  Wake up the family to a love-filled breakfast!  Signaroo has some terrific suggestions.

Valentine-Fruit-Bowl

7. The fruits of love….surprise the family with love notes on their munchies!  Find out how at Cake Whiz.

Valentine-tree

8.  Tatertots and Jello has a cute idea.  It’s a Valentine tree decorated with pictures of your dear ones.

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9.  Suprise!  There’s a heart inside this pound cake loaf!  Get the recipe at Very Culinary.

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