Valentine’s Day Gifts for your Significant Other or Little Ones

Gifts for your Spouse

Picture Frames

Whether you want to frame your favorite memory together or something exciting you have coming up, our picture frames with custom matting are the perfect gift. We can add a last name, a place, both of your names or even a special date.

Ornaments

Don’t feel like printing a picture out yourself? Send us the photo and let us make you a custom floating photo ornament. These ornaments are very popular, because they are both unique and sentimental.

Gifts for your Little Ones

Piggy Banks

Whether your child is a dog lover, an outer space enthusiast or a skull loving rocker – we have the perfect piggy bank for them! Piggy banks are available in both a large and small sizes for all budget and room size needs.

Step Stools

Let your little one know that you love them and their independence by surprising them with a step stool! This will allow them to reach for the stars or the sink to wash their hands.

Rocking Horses

If you feel like splurging this Valentine’s Day, a rocking horse is the way to go! We have the rocking horse to match any personality or nursery, and your little one will adore rocking on their new horse friend!

Newborn, Baby Shower and Children’s Gifts under $25


Small Piggy Banks make an adorable gift. Pick the theme and colors to match the child’s birthday invitation, interests or room! They will love feeding their piggy money and watching their fortune add up!


Frames with Designer Matting are a unique gift that will really wow the family. Pick the frame and matting color to create a meaningful, one of a kind present!


Ornaments with the baby’s ultrasound, newborn picture or first birthday shoot are a lovely keepsake the family will cherish for a lifetime. A custom message can be added making the gift even more memorable.

A Rocking Good Time

In 2006, Katlinel and Les Hartness were awarded, by the Guinness Book of World Records, as having the largest hand carved wooden rocking horse.  The horse is almost 8 feet tall and weighs a whopping 1,200 pounds.  (Could you imagine the shipping charges!)  This horse is used as an attraction at festivals and parties.  It can be rocked on by up to 3 adults or 5 children at a time!  In 2010, an Israeli carpenter beat them out by creating a 20 foot tall rocking horse.  The horse took about a full year to build and cost $500,000.  It is made up of two tons of wood, 20,000 screws and nails and 79 gallons of paint.  It can hold more than 50 children at once.  The current record holder took the title in 2014.  Gao Ming of China, built a horse that is 41 feet high and 26 feet long.  I don’t think I’d want my toddler riding that!

Even before a baby is born, they spend most of their time being rocked around in the womb.  After birth, this same rocking motion is used to soothe baby.  Rocking horses mimic this movement, and can be very calming to a child.  They also encourage muscle development and balance.  A child must use their core muscles to both stabilize themselves on the horse, as well as keep it moving.  Another benefit of a rocking horse, is it fosters a child’s creativity.  When they’re rocking they may imagine they’re a hundred different things: a pirate sailing through the seas, a race car driver speeding down the track or even a cowgirl riding through the Old West!  This creative play can help develop their social and language skills, as well as encourage their imagination.

A Pig Story

In the Middle Ages, before modern banking, people would save their money at home. They would have inexpensive jars made from an orange colored clay called “pygg”. Ultimately, with the evolution of the English language, “pygg” became pig; and when people asked for pig banks, potters created clay pots in the shape of pigs. Thus, the piggy bank as we know it was born.

Piggy Banks are a beautiful gift that can complement a child’s room, but that’s not all they’re good for. These iconic gifts teach children the value of money, and the importance of saving. Using a piggy bank allows children (or adults) to save a little bit at a time, and consistently reinforces the idea of saving. Children will be excited to feed their hungry piggy with loose change around the house. This not only keeps change out of your cushions, but excites their imagination on what they can do with the money, once the bank is full!