Mission: Valentine Love Hunt

If you liked this LOVE HUNT, you are going to love this post!

Introducing…

Mission: Valentine 

This idea will leave your spouse’s mind and heart racing toward romance!

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A big thank you to Tasha of Whimsicle Design Studio for creating a darling set of scavenger clues to accompany this date.  (Her brilliant design will leave you feeling like the two of you are staring in your own version of Mission Impossible!)  Hubby must complete each “love mission” before opening up the clue cards.

For this creative post, you will need:

  • Mission: Valentine printable cards and tasks
  • 5 envelopes
  • 1 file folder
  • glue or tape adhesive
  • scissors
  • whipped cream
  • any additional embellishments (I used Washi tape for an extra pop of color!)

Step 1: Download, print, and cut out each printable element.

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Step 2: Then, craft up a bit of suspense by filling out stats on your “secret agent.”

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Step 3: Place the invitation to play the game in a manila file folder decorated with Tasha’s fun “Confidential” signs.

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Step 4: Then, attach Task #1 to the outside of an envelope and place Clue #1 on the inside for your sweetheart to open.  Your sweetheart must successfully complete this mission challenge BEFORE the first clue can be revealed!  Tape this ensemble to the bathroom mirror.

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Step 5: Repeat this process for the remaining task/clue cards and place in the appropriate places! Here’s a cheat sheet:

  • Clue #1 leads your hubby to the oven in the kitchen.
  • Clue #2 directs him to his computer.
  • Clue #3 points your love to his favorite chair.
  • Clue #4 leads him to the kitchen… where you have to put the whipped cream to good use as mentioned in the task card!

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Finally, Clue #5 leads him to your bedroom.  We will leave the rest to your imagination… wink!  To get your romantic ideas flowing, you might think about having a pillow fight, playing one of these games, or offering him a sensual massage.

About the Author: Candice

I married my college sweetheart and am a mama to 2 adorable Shih-Tzu puppies. I have a passion for making handmade cards, discovering new recipes, and savoring travel adventures abroad.

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12 Responses to Mission: Valentine Love Hunt

  1. Okay, I LOVE this. I’ve always been a little obsessed with secret agents since Spy Kids came out when I was a kid. Plus I’m all about scavenger hunts, so especially since there are already-designed clues, I’m going to take advantage.

    Love this site!

  2. We just got married in September and are desperately trying to save money for a new house! This is going to make our first valentines very memorable and amazing seeing as we have opted out of going out for dinner because it falls on a Friday this year! Thank you for such an awesome idea.

  3. I have to admit, I’m not yet married, but I absolutely love this site! I have so many new ideas now for getting creative with gifts for my boyfriend of 5 years! I am obsessed with your scavenger hunt idea above and am excited to be able to print the clues off. Thank you for providing such a fun game for Valentine’s Day!

  4. I did a secret agent date for his 28th Birthday last July and he absolutely loved it. It turned out better than I ever hoped. However, I didn’t know about this fabulous site than so it was a lot of work, but well worth it. I have sent him on a few hunts since we first started dating, but mine have always sent him around town not just in the house.