Remember,

Hello?! Are you all awake from your Thanksgiving Feast and Black Friday shopping? I have a fabulous gift ideas to share with you for that person on your list who has EVERYTHING! You know, the one who is the hardest to shop for! Well, one day while I was browsing Pinterest, I came across this idea and immediately fell in love. The idea was originally for a Dad’s {who has EVERYTHING} Birthday, but I thought it could be used for anyone. Gifts can be difficult, especially for the person who seems to have it all. This gift could be used for a birthday, anniversary, Christmas, or even a long distance idea – stick them in their suitcase before they leave.

So here’s how it goes down. You take a bunch of fabric hearts (or you could easily use paper if sewing isn’t your thing) and hide them all over the recipient’s home. Closet, bookshelves, cupboards, clothes, etc. Then you give them a jar that has an adorable tag attached that says, “Remember, I love you.” Anytime they find the heart, they’ll be thinking of you and how much you mean to them. Then they can add the heart to the jar and keep them all together once they find them. Thanks to Moorea Seal and I Go By Katie for sharing this awesome idea.

For more fun gift ideas, check out the “Exploding Love Box” or “50 Reasons Why I Love You” Jar!

About the Author: Erika

I married the love of my life and enjoy being with him and our son. We love to try new things - traveling, food, games, and everything in between.

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  1. […] A jar filled of heart is like a representation of your overflowing love for him. So easy to make, get a spare fabric, make a heart shape out from these fabric or paper if you can’t sew. Fill up a jar with these cute little hearts and put a note such as “Remember I Love You” it is so simple but makes a lasting impression of your romantic side. Get more ideas and impress him more by visiting The Dating Divas. […]

  2. Thanks for this beautiful idea, I wanted to do something but was stuck until I happened upon this! I have nearly finished making all of my fabric hearts which I will leave around my fiancé’s house for him to find while I am overseas…then they will be used as decorations for our wedding! x