Valentine Gift Ideas for The Busy Girl

Valentine’s Day is in 12 days, are you guys ready? We’ve been sharing ideas all week from 17 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day to Tips for Shopping the Renninger’s Extravaganza if you have a Valentine that loves shopping for antiques and yesterday’s post on Vintage Valentine Gift Ideas.

But you know what I kept thinking about after writing all of those posts? I kept thinking about the moms that are so pressed for time they’re buying diapers and cleaning supplies online. I was also thinking about all my small town girls (you know you have my heart) where shopping at an antique mall is not even an option unless you travel an hour or two from your home. I’ve also been thinking about Galentine’s Day which is always a fabulous day to celebrate all the strong, loving, supportive and sassy single ladies in your life.

With this in mind, I thought I would share a Valentine Gift Guide that’s super easy to shop no matter if you’re looking to make your mom, sister, bestie, teacher, neighbor or wife feel special. Here’s a peek at Valentine Gift Ideas for The Busy Girl…((Affiliate links have been provided for your convenience. You can read our full disclosure policy here. All photos courtesy of Amazon)

She Believed She Could Mantra Bangle – Mantra bangles have been a favorite of mine for years. I love how you can customize a stack by special occasion, word of the year or to remember an important accomplishment.

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Women’s Knit Heart Print Sweater – Cute hearts on sweaters? Yes, please! Festive enough to celebrate Valentine’s Day but no so festive you can’t wear it on days you’re feeling flirty.

Red Heart Sweater-3

What I Love About You Fill in the Blank Journal – This book offers fantastic prompts for those of you who want to express how much you love your Valentine but struggle to find just the right words.

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Lucy’s Luxury Faux Fur Throw – If you’re always cold or looking for a way to snuggle up all winter long, consider this plush faux fur blanket. It’s neutral enough to go with almost any style and large enough to fit a queen size bed.

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Peonies, Roses and Hydrangeas in a Large Mercury Glass Vase – If you love peonies but they don’t grow in your area consider this floral arrangement. It will look pretty on your nightstand long after Valentine’s Day is over.

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Striped Turkish Towel – I know what you’re thinking, towels for Valentine’s Day, CoCo? These towels are so utilitarian they can be used as a picnic blanket, swimsuit wrap, yoga/gym towel, or even a scarf. Plus, stripes!

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Anker Power Core 10000 – This portable phone charger is touted as one of the smallest and lightest external high-speed technology power banks for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. If you have a girlfriend, sister or mom who’s always saying, “My phone’s about to die,” while you’re in the middle of an important conversation this portable charger will definitely be appreciated.

Portable Cell Phone Charger-8

Gold Heart Mug – If your Valentine looks forward to coffee every morning surprise her with this pretty mug. If you drink coffee in the mornings together, consider these.

Heart Coffee Mug-9

Godiva Chocolates – While I’m always a fan of supporting a local bakery or chocolatier first, I know that’s not always an option which is why this gold box of assorted chocolates are always a welcome site.

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Rosette Print Bed Sheet Set – This rosette sheet set has a nostalgic feel that is too pretty not to share.

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Essie Nail Lacquer in Sugar Daddy – I usually wear a very pale pink (almost white) nail polish by Essie almost every day. This shade is a little bolder but is still neutral enough to go from the office to a dinner date seamlessly.

Sugar Daddy Nail Polish-12

Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer – My baby sis has this cute pink mixer and she loves it. It’s definitely an investment but we’ve both used our Kitchen Aid mixers for so long we can barely remember what baking was like before they were a staple on our kitchen counters.

Stand Mixer-13

Rose Gold Inspired Zippered Pouch – If your Valentine’s purse is a hot mess of power cords, loose cosmetics or random receipts help them get organized with this cute zippered pouch.

Rose Gold Pouch-14

Jonathan Adler Pop Candle, Champagne – We burn a candle almost every day and I know a lot of you do too. Nothing say romantic holiday like a candle that smells of champagne. Bonus, the vessel is reusable.

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Fit & Wit Snow Flower Crystal Statement Necklace – As I’ve shared before my mom has worn statement necklaces our entire lives. It’s a big part of her signature style. I know this one looks pretty bling-y but you’d be surprised at how easy statement pieces like this can be dressed up or down.

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6 Handmade “Sweet Berries” Bath Bombs Gift Set – These all natural vegan, organic shea butter, cocoa butter and olive oil help to moisturize dry skin. They’re also almost too pretty to actually use…almost.

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I know it can be hard to find Valentine gifts for all of the people on your list so I hope this will help get you started. I’ll share scenes from my week and a few things that caught my eye around the web this week so I’ll see you back here tomorrow. Until then, I’ll see you on Facebook, on Instagram on Pinterest.

Many blessings,



  1. bonnie says

    Every time i see your lists like this i start laughing because you feature all these girly gifts with one electronic gift and that’s the one i usually buy! Although i have to say i do like the towel and the candle too.