photos from each state they visited - glued onto a giant map and cut to fit the shape of the state.

The art of keeping a travel journal

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The Lettermate is an address stencil that keeps your writing straight and aligned, as well as letting you decorate your envelopes with hand-drawn designs.

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"Starting Feb 1st let them wake up to a new heart on their door to something you love about them."

From Edible to Printable, DIY Homemade Valentines For Everyone!

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Conversation Heart Cheesecakes | 41 Heart-Shaped DIYs To Actually Get You Excited For Valentine's Day

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Cupid's Float - Cherry 7-Up, ice cream, whipped cream & cherry on top! Fun for the kids on Valentine's day.

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Heart Chains

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Maurine Anderson - Make an Envelope with a heart - Paper Crafts magazine

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i crave you in the most innocent form. Beautiful...a great description for the struggle of a long distance relationship.

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i want this!!!!!

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Man with the Yellow Hat costume @Shanna Whitford can't this be Darren's Halloween outfit??!!!!

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Send a heart attack. (write one thing you love about them on each heart) What a great way (and inexpensive) to lift your loved one up while apart.

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Father's Day Candy Gram- such a great idea!

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A friend and I did this last year for the OSC luncheon...pretty easy :) Candy cane minis (unwrap & place in heart shape on wax paper) Lollipop sticks or striped straws are cute too, pink Chocolate "Melts" (use a spoon to spread the chocolate in your hearts) and sprinkle for fun. allow time to dry & firm

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Send a heart attack. Write one thing you love about them on each heart. <3

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thumb bunny

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Buy a rough surfaced tile from Lowe's (less than a dollar) and mod podge pretty scrapbook paper on it. Then mod podge picture over that. Let dry and wrap with a pretty bow. Easy and cheap! You can also include a small stand to set the tile on.

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Send boxes of candy through the mail. If they're under 13 oz., you can slap a stamp on them and put them in the mailbox! How fun would it be to see this in your mailbox?

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