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Show a little love, baby!

It's one week before Valentine's Day, so why not show some love to the ones you love? Here are some heart-themed ideas. You've got the inspiration, now you need to just do it! Blog it and show everyone else what you've come up with. I found these online while I was searching for recipes for my own Valentine's soirée next week.
May your week be filled with love and sweetness. If nobody's showing you some love, then take it upon yourself to be the Cupid! I dare you.


cute ideas. Having valentines on a saturday makes it nice so we can sit and enjoy breakfast together if i actually were to get up and make a cute on like the ones you posted!I saw these cookies on a friends blog and thought i would pass it along.

jennie w. said…
Live those. Find some more ideas for me!
Callisto said…
Egg on toast has got to be a gift from God. Yummy! Those are some really cute ideas. Too bad I haven't got a someone to treat. Maybe I'll make breakfast and give mijn vader en moeder a break.
Lonna said…
Those things do look so yummy. I am not normally a super festive breakfast maker, but I am giving it some thought now.
ninnies said…
This all looks so delicious. I think we should make this on Saturday. =]
That looks so amazing and it's lunch time so my mouth is watering. Well, class is almost over. I'll see you after school.
-Love, Lindsey-

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