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Give a Chocolate Box Gift with a Twist

Okay, so you've waited until the last minute. Or you've
tried really hard but have drawn a blank and can't seem to
think of any good anniversary gifts.

It's time to pull out that bag of traditional romantic
gift ideas. And this time you've decided to go with
chocolate candy gifts, probably a box of chocolates. But
that doesn't have to be the end of it. You can still make
an impression, big time.

Spice up those chocolate candy gifts easily. You can get
romantic gifts online that present a unique, creative spin
to the old standby of chocolate. Or you could come up with
your own idea.

For example, you could make a chocolate box of your
sweetie's favorite treats. If they like milk chocolate more
than dark chocolate, give them milk chocolate pieces. Or if
they like Twix and Almond Joy bars, then make a box from
the mini-Twix and mini-Almond Joy bars you picked up from
the local grocery store.

Or, combining two traditional anniversary gifts (flowers
and chocolate), you could even get them a chocolate rose.

Sometimes it's not the gift you give, but the way you
present it that really sticks in the mind of the receiver.
Here are a couple of ideas on how you can use those
traditional chocolate candy box anniversary gifts and make
a lasting impression...

* Instead of just presenting your sweetie with a chocolate
box, you can give the candy gift with a personalized
message (as opposed to a Hallmark card).

* You could give the chocolate pieces in the box
separately. Put a few chocolates on the table beside the
bed, on the desk at the office, inside the lunch bag, you
name it, and let your sweetheart find them. Just a few or
so for however long you want the little treasure hunt to
continue.

Use your imagination. Even the simplest touch can make
traditional chocolate candy anniversary gifts like
chocolate boxes even more special.

About the Author

Kori Puckett is the web mistress of GoGiftGuides.com where
she provides romantic gift ideas, tips, and resource guides
for people struggling to come up with creative and unique
romantic gifts. Get more ideas free at
http://www.GoGiftGuides.com.

Kori Puckett