3 Valentine's Day Gifts for Her // Under $50

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Who doesn't like presents? Don't even bother trying to think of someone who doesn't. Every one likes to be gifted. Things from the heart definitely mean the most, but sometimes material items hold special meaning too. Valentine's Day can be the worst to shop for when it comes to women. We want meaningful but cutesy doesn't hurt either. With that in mind here are my Top 3 Valentine's Day Gifts for Her... all under $50!

3 Valentine's Day Gifts Under $50

(1) Not sure what her fave fragrance is? Grab a sampler from Sephora for $24.00! This kit usually includes sample sizes of 5 different fragrances but even better it also includes a gift certificate for a free full size rollerball of her choice. So basically you're giving an awesome gift and also giving the go-ahead to SHOP. Which I feel is even more important in a relationship.

(2) Every one likes shiny things. Even if you're all manly and you're like "nope" I'm over here nodding my head going "yup". You know darn well your head turns when you see the bling. It's a reaction. Everyone is compelled to know what that bling is! This next gift is a win-win. Vaseline Bejeweled Vaseline Lip Therapy Rosy Lip Jar ($45.00 // Kitson & shopkitson.com). Stay with me. Vaseline® Lip Therapy® Rosy Lips deeply moisturizes for soft, rose-tinted lips so not only can you grab this special edition at Kitson and shower your lady some bling (of the not engagement variety) but you can guarantee that her lips will be primed perfectly for kisses! These limited-edition jars are adorned with fine European crystals and a heart on the lid plus the fragrance is soft and feminine with a rose/vanilla/red berry scent. You can also pick up the un-bejeweled version of the Vaseline Lip Therapy Rosy Lips at for $2.29 at food, drug, and mass retailers, nationwide.

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Plant it inside some chocolates and you may just rock her world.

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(3) No matter your age stuffed animals are everything. I remember 12 years ago my boyfriend and I made each other stuffed animals for Valentine's Day. Inexpensive for sure, maybe a little cheesy... anyway, fast forward to years later when we were married and passed them down to our kids. Because you ALL KNOW that this year's Valentine is obviously THE ONE. This cuteness overload will run you anywhere from $5 and up - depending on your budget and where you go.

Oh and if you're wondering why that little bunny is in some of the photos I have two reasons. One is because he's cute (obv) and two is because his little bunny ears are a ring holder. Hint hint ;)

Vaseline sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.