With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, it can be hard to come up with a thoughtful gift at the very last minute.


If you’re like me, you scoured the internet and the stores for a thoughtful gift this year, but nothing seems to scream “I LOVE YOU!”. Or you’ve already done all the crafty Pinterest, super thoughtful, super awesome Valentine’s Day DIY gifts. Nothing can really beat that scavenger hunt you did years back or that “passport to love” gift you made. You want to make sure this year is a memorable one, but you also don’t have a lot of time! Yikes.

Chocolate and cards just won’t cut it. You want your loved one to feel special, to see that you really put in some effort this year, and most importantly – to show your love and commitment to your partner.

It doesn’t matter if this is your first Valentine’s Day together or your 20th, it’s the one day a year reserved for couples. It gives us a chance to slow down the pace of the daily grind and to focus our attention on the one person who means the world to us.

If you need a quick and easy gift that’s filled with love then have I got the perfect gift idea for you! & it won’t take a lot of effort or time. But that doesn’t mean it’s not super thoughtful!

The lovely people over at berries.com contacted me to share this wonderful freebie with you! You can print it out, fill it out and have it ready just in time for Valentine’s Day!


It’s an Alphabet of Love Book! A reason why you love them for every letter of the alphabet. I love the fun and cute style of this alphabet book, it’s definitely my style! To download just use the image below!

It’s so easy to make, just print, cut and fill it out!

It’s best to use cardstock for this printable. Be sure to have a hole punch & some ribbon or a book ring that you can find at the dollar store!

Further instructions can be found on their blog over here, They also have ideas for some of the letters whether you’re making it for your partner or your kids.

If you have kids like myself, be sure to enlist their help and let them help you.

I also included some blank pages so the boys can draw their own pictures for their daddy!


This will be my thoughtful gift to my husband this year, seeing the kids think about what they love about their dad using the letters of the alphabet was such a joy and I’m sure he will definitely treasure this little book.