Archive for the 'Valentine’s Day' Category

Today we’re celebrating . . .  Valentine’s Day!

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

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Valentine’s Day
A Day for love and lovers. A day for flowers, romance, and candy hearts. A day for Cupid, kisses and snuggling galore!

Come and join us as we celebrate Valentine’s DayAmore on the Net

(March 16) Today we’re celebrating . . .  Lips Appreciation Day

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

Lips Appreciation Day
Ah those lips. The lovely frames for your pearly whites. You’ve spent a fortune on your teeth and now its time to do something good for your lips.

And lets not forget kissing is always a great way to celebrate your lips!

photo credit: via flickr

(February 16) This week we’re celebrating . . .  National Condom Week

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

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National Condom Week (Feb. 14-21)
With the celebration of Valentine’s Day and all things ‘Love’ this week, now is the perfect time to educate everyone on the importance of using condoms to protect yourself against sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS.

Holiday Invite: Amoré on the Net

Monday, February 14th, 2011

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our amorous celebration of the year’s most romantic holiday, Amoré on the Net.

Get yourself in the Valentine’s Day mood by checking out our articles on everything from the origin of Valentine’s Day to Valentine’s Day celebrations around the world. We even feature China’s unique love celebration, in which the Chinese girls spend the evening preparing a feast of fruits and praying for true love.

If you like to indulge in a Valentine’s Day feast, think chocolate: Creamy, dark and delicious chocolate. Come find out the amorous origins of chocolate and then whip up one of our chocolate recipes — the surest way to win your Valentine’s Day heart. If gourmet cooking is more your speed, you will love our recipes for a Valentine’s Day feast.

In fact, we have plenty of ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day — from cooking and baking to dating your mate (5 creative date ideas for the romantically-impaired). And don’t worry — you don’t have to spend a fortune to show your love how much she or he means to you. Check out our guide to frugal romance and inexpensive gift-giving for some thrifty inspiration.

After filling up on Valentine’s Day facts and figures, come test your amore knowledge with our fun Did you know feature? For example, did you know that Cupid was the son of Venus, the Roman god of love? In Greek tradition, he was known as Aphrodite’s son.

Help get your little ones into the lovey-dovey mood with our tips for celebrating Valentine’s Day with children. They are sure to delight in our holiday craft ideas, coloring pages and guide to making their own Valentine’s Day cards. And don’t forget to share your love with family and friends by sending one of our free Valentine’s Day e-cards.

Valentine’s Day will be celebrated next Monday, February 14, 2011. We look forward to seeing you soon!

With love and best wishes for a Happy Valentine’s Day Holiday,

Louie and the Holiday Elves

Did You Know? Countdown to Valentine’s Day (02/14)

Monday, February 14th, 2011

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Did You Know?
February 14

It’s Valentine’s Day!!

Thanks for joining us as we counted down to Valentine’s Day.

Happy Valentine’s Day,
Louie and the Holiday Elves

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(February 14) Today we’re celebrating . . .  Valentine’s Day

Monday, February 14th, 2011

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Valentine’s Day
A Day for love and lovers. A day for flowers, romance, and candy hearts. A day for Cupid, kisses and snuggling galore!

Come and join us as we celebrate Valentine’s Day – Amore on the Net

Did You Know? Countdown to Valentine’s Day (02/13)

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

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Did You Know?
Facts, Figures & Folklore
About Valentine’s Day

Feb. 13 : 01 Day to V’Day

Did you know that Valentine’s Day is celebrated in countries around the world, including Korea?

There, women are the traditional gift bearers on February 14th. But a month later, on March 14th, men return the generosity. The holiday, known as White Day, is so named since the traditional gift is “white chocolate”. In a nod to Korean singles, April 14th is referred to tongue-in-cheek as Black Day, when singles get together with friends and eat black-colored Jajang noodles.

February 14th is Valentines Day – a worldwide celebration of love and romance, marked by giving red roses and chocolate hearts or by sending valentines. Join us as we present a new “Did You Know?” fun fact each day as we countdown to Valentine’s Day, the day of love!

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