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You may think yourself to be the saviour of the idea of Valentine’s day or you simply hate it!
None of these should not matter if you have decided to make your sweetheart cry out of joy!
We are sharing a secret with you that guarantees success! Yes, it is a simple, delightful four steps to reach your penultimate life goal - ensuring the happiness of your sweetheart.
STEP 1: THEME IT!
Apply a good thought process in this step and your success rate will be multi-fold.
As yourself the question – What does your sweetheart like? A place? A thing? Fetish?
Got the answer? Viola, you are ready to rock!
Picking a theme will make the whole gifting process easy. It helps formulate a list of things, decide a budget, places to shop and many other typical strings attached to finding gifts.
STEP 2: DO IT!
You don’t have to spend a fortune on gifts. Browse for ideas and make a few on your own. Things made by you will always hold a special place.
Our favourite place for browsing for latest DIY ideas is Pinterest. The DIYs come with a tutorial and a step-wise guide. So, you can try a few.
If you hate DIYs or could not find some alone time, then buy a piece of handmade artsy paper and pour your heart out. Handwritten notes are a sure shot winner!
STEP 3: CLUE IT!
Make it a fun day!
Place the gifts at a strategic location and create clues to find them. It will be absolute fun to watch your sweetheart decipher the clues and unwrap the gifts with excitement.
Hand-write the clues and place in tiny colourful envelopes.
STEP 4: SPREAD IT!
Who does not like receiving a lot of gifts and surprises?
Create a calendar to the D-day and present the gifts over a few days instead of all in one day. Reserve the best for the D-day.
Be creative and build the excitement to the D-day!
We believe gifts bring more joy to us than the recipient. If you follow our four suggested steps it will be an absolute pleasure for you and your sweetheart.
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