Buying Valentine’s Day gifts for men can be tricky; I know how hard it is to search for my husband, at the least. To make the task easier, I have put together a selection of 20 creative gift ideas that I feel any man might like. — Beth from Home Stories A to Z
The Butler by Micklish – $170
Telephones Keys and eyeglasses end up scattered on the kitchen counter tops. This storage system that is adorable seems like the gift that is perfect to keep the man in your life tidy.
Hobbit Viking Beard and Hat by Holy Noggins – $60
This made me laugh out loud. I have observed a good deal of “blossom hats” on Etsy, but this one is perfect for the Lord of the Rings nerd on your own household. My husband would love to live vicariously as a dwarf in one of these hats.
CRKT Guppie 9-in-1 Multi Tool – $20.99
I sent my husband to the home improvement store to pick up some construction supplies, and he arrived home with this on his key chain. Needless to say, this multitool gadget makes a fantastic Valentine’s Day present. It’s a multibit screwdriver, a mini-wrench, a blade and an LED flashlight. I think I might need one for myself.
Let’s Make Out 22″ – $125
I have a good deal of typographic pillows in my house, and most of them say things like “nest” or “sea.” When I showed this pillow to my husband, his reply was, “Ultimately, a typographic pillow with a message I could get behind!”
Man Candle, Kentucky Bourbon by Chicago Candle Co..
For the man that enjoys the smell of alcohol, these candles would make the perfect present. Get the sensory experience of bourbon with no calories (or even the buzz).
Co Co.. Sala
Steak and bacon is a bizarre mix, but it seems perfect for the man this Valentine’s Day. I think this deal could easily be DIYed for the event. Shaping your bacon to hubs before baking would allow it to be extra adorable.
The Person Could – $48.99
I really don’t think many men will readily admit it, but I think they like to be pampered with fun spa products created for them. This “Man Could” stuffed with pampering pleasantries looks like a fun Valentine’s Day gift to give.
101 Things Every Man Should Know How to Do – $9.55
With chapter titles like “Fight a Bear,” “Make a Superhero” and “Grow a Successful Beard,” 101 Things Every Man Should Know How to Do seems funny. I think my valentine would love getting this publication.
Star Trek Enterprise Pizza Cutter – $29.99
I love this Valentine’s Day gift idea for the Trekkie in your lifetime. My nerdy father would have loved this Star Trek Enterprise pizza cutter. Pizza night only got a whole lot more fun.
Men’s Latitude and Longitude Personalized Leather Bracelet by Gunmetal Gems – $35
Commemorate that the latitude and longitude of the very first date, first kiss, set of proposal, wedding, honeymoon, conception of infant, etc. on this bracelet that is customizable.
Hand-Stamped Guitar Pick and Case by My Heart Shop – $25
For the musical lover in your lifetime, an engraved guitar pick with a carrying case would make such a thoughtful gift. I like the notion of telling your man that you think he rocks.
The Microbrewed Beer of the Month Club
The U.S. and International Variety Beer Club – $29.95
If you and your sweetie are fans of beer, a beer of the month club may be the perfect present for both of you this Valentine’s Day. I’d score some important “wife points” in the opinion of my husband when I bought this for this season.
The Unemployed Philosophers Guild
Shakespearean Insult Mug – $12.95
I think my professor husband would love to drink his morning beverage while thinking Shakespearean insults. This cup will make a great conversation piece in the teacher’s lounge and a fun gift to offer.
Dark Chocolate Brown Leather Journal or Sketchbook from Daniel Heywood on Etsy – $87
A leather-bound journal/sketchbook is timeless and lovely. My man loves to jot down notes, and it is hard to find non-girly journals. This one looks perfect.
Ring Thing Bottle Opener, Stainless Steel, Size 12 – $9.95
At first glance, this looks like just an interesting silver ringnonetheless, this ring also serves a fun function. Give this to your man for Valentine’s Day, and he will not be without a bottle opener. It’s such a fun and unique gift.
Toggle Switch Plate – $40
Who knew that something as simple as turning a light off and on could be made in an wonderful conversation piece. I adore these toggle switch plates and feel that they would make a fantastic present for your individual’s office or den.
Scratch Map – $24
I think this would make a romantic Valentine’s Day present. Scratch off all of the areas in the world you see together on this unique map.
Bike Chain Frame – $36
Giving the gift of a cherished photograph for Valentine’s Day is always valued, however I think my man would love it even more if it arrived in an über-cool frame. This one is ecofriendly with an industrial charm that I think he’d love.
Upcycled Mail Sack iPad Case – $55
Many iPad cases are too feminine or too boring for my guy. This upcycled mail bag has the best “grunge variable” for the eco-loving man.
Silver Form Essential Cufflink – $70
Vintage typewriter keys make everything cooler. I adore these personalized cufflinks, and I think that they would make a unique and thoughtful Valentine’s Day present.
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