I thought I’d write something light in between the serious posts about Phthalates and BPA chemicals (I don’t want depressed readers) <smile>. What better way than to highlight fun and unique products for gift ideas for the little lovies in your life this Valentines Day. I’m keeping the suggestions under the $10 range because let’s face it, nobody seems to have excess money in their wallets this year. With these picks, you don’t have to break the bank and you’ll be giving your children sustainable and special gifts that will last past the first 3 minutes of your child opening it. Chocolate is a favorite for kids to receive, but I’ve noticed my kids act like wild animals after eating chocolate lately…if I could by-pass three hours of all four running around my house in a frenzy, I will look at other options ~ and I have found them! Here are my picks for Valentines Day and I’m not the only website talking about them.
By far the best product for little girls, sourced by Green Planet Parties, is Piggy Paint! I’ve written about this biodegradable nail polish previously as I love the concept of an all-natural nail polish and nail polish remover. Green Planet Parties carries the pink polish called ‘forever fancy’ and this would be the ultimate gift for any little girl this Valentines Day. And moms will love the fact it’s a safe alternative to traditional polish that is actually very toxic. Check out other sites singing the praise for this product!
Girls are so easy to buy for at Valentines ~ love, hugs, smiles, kisses ~ that’s what little girls are made of. These words and little girls are just a natural fit with the Valentines theme of love. Incorporate these words into hair accessories and rings. Want a lovely gift for your special little girl for under $5? Easy with the incredible pony tail holders, hair bands, and rings brought in especially for Valentines this year at Green Planet Parties. These fabric covered buttons make the jewelry unique and safe from the lead-related statistics we see regarding the high levels of this compound in girl’s dress-up jewelry. Check out this picture of a hair band and be inspired: