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Very special valentine gift ideas

Grace Beneke, Lifestyles Editor

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  Valentine’s day is overhyped with the idea of gifts, dinners and romantic movies with someone who is more than a friend; however, giving presents to your friends and peers can be more meaningful. Instead of buying flowers and chocolates for each other, here are some thoughtful gifts that you can give instead.

Anthropologie Mug- $6.40

For the friend who likes to drink coffee or tea while reading a nice book in bed.

One Line a Day Journal- $15.26

For the friend who likes to remember every moment.


Sephora Face Mask- $8

For the friend who likes to relax from the day with a mask.


Scratchmap- $26

For the friend who loves to travel.

Alexa echo dot- $39

For the friend who loves to keep up with technology.

Cookie cutters- $12

For the friend who likes to make delicious creations.

Hydroflask Water bottle- $39.90

For the friend who is always asking if they can have a sip of your water.

Too Faced Chocolate Eyeshadow Palette $49

For the friend who has a different idea about wanting chocolate.

Valentines Cards- $3

For everyone in your classes or advisory because who doesn’t miss passing out valentines cards in elementary school?

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Grace Beneke, Lifestyle's Editor

Grace Beneke is a junior and entering her third year on The Trinity Voice staff as Lifestyles Editor. When she isn’t writing articles, you can find her...

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Very special valentine gift ideas