Valentine’s Day Budget Finds

February 1, 2021

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I actually love Valentine’s Day. I know a lot of people think its lame or cheesy, but I just adore Valentine’s Day.

I love pink stuff, chocolate, flowers, and hearts. I also love to find budget friendly ways to make the holidays special for my family. Often, I’ll collect stuff at clearance times after the holiday to put away for the following year. Like, the Mad Libs I found last year for 90% off last year! I always grab books at the library or treat the kids to some fun themed snacks in their lunchboxes.

I’ve linked below my favorite items, but I also included this adorable budget friendly XOXO Red Velvet cake from Dairy Queen & A heart shaped pizza from Aldi. I will personally get our heart shaped pizza from Papa Murphy’s, but the Aldi version is a great price!

Heart shaped earrings.– These are actually even cuter in person.

Valentine’s Day joke book.

Panda Cookies, this is what I got the boys’ class for their treats!

Chicago style pizza hearts from Amazon!

Six months of Shipt delivery services.

LOVE YOU MORE shirt from Cat & Jack.

Valentine’s Day Mad Libs Book

Little Blue Truck Valentine’s Day Book — I actually bought this for my six year old, he was like “I would love that book.” my boys were obsessed with LBT when they were little, so I think there’s some nostalgia there.

Adorable tiny baby heart outfit.

I grabbed these applesauce pouches for school lunches & after school snacks. (I noticed these were also on sale in the Target app, but I didn’t see when the coupon expires)

I also grabbed some heart fruit snacks for lunch boxes and snacks, these are delivered from Amazon so you don’t even have to leave home. Yay!

I got the boys this funny little book about farts and hearts.

We also really enjoyed reading, “Oh, Valentine we’ve lost our minds!”

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