Digital News Report – Last minute shopping for Valentine’s Day can be tricky. One traditional gift idea for Valentine’s Day is to give a fancy heart shaped box of chocolate candies. This has been taken to a whole new level with Valentines Day Baskets which can be a fun gift idea, especially if you are looking for something different this year.
Valentines Day gift baskets are not just about candies. Mrs. Fields has developed a selection of Valentine’s Day themed cookie selection packed in themed boxes. You can order the Valentine’s Day gift baskets online or you could go to the local store usually found in the shopping mall.
Hallmark stores have a one stop shopping for Valentine’s Day were you can buy a box of Valentine’s candy and get the card to go with it. They also have cute little stuffed animals that would be great for the little ones.
See’s Candies is a popular candy maker on the west coast. They have many heart shaped box chocolate candy variety packs to select from in many different price ranges. See’s Candies is usually found at the local mall but they also do have an website at sees.com.
Others may consider shopping for Fannie May candy which is popular in the Midwest. They have several stores in Illinois. They also have an online store at fanniemay.com. While they have the heart shaped candy boxes, you can also get a gift box stack of various chocolate candies. They also have the chocolate candy of the month club were they will send chocolates for each month of the year.
A trip to many different retailers will also sell Whitman’s sampler chocolate candies which is distributed by Russell Stover Candies. At their www.russellstover.com you can also order some terrific selections of chocolate candy themed gift baskets. You can find many of their candies at retailers, but they sell a wide variety of items online that you might not see at your local drugstore.
It always is best to give yourself enough time to shop for the best Valentine’s Day gift. You may have to get out and shop at the mall, but going online first can help narrow down what you will want to buy your love for the holiday.
By Victoria Brown