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Romantic Scavenger hunt Clues

Updated on March 14, 2011

A Valentines Surprise

On valentines day give your love a romantic surprise,a card ,flowers and chocolate and some post it notes is all that you will need, of course being an old romantic I used red roses.

Send your partner on a romantic scavenger hunt,first of all write the card inside the card leave a post it note with a clue of where to find the next one put a post it note on each of the roses and hide them in the house and garden with a clue on each leading to the next, on the final rose leave a clue to the final surprise,the chocolates.

Tips: on each note write something that you love about your partner, place the roses somewhere hidden but not somewhere that they can be damaged, this also works with birthdays , christmas or any time that you are feeling the urge to be romantic.

have fun.....jimmy


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      kenrell  7 years ago

      hey all i want to make valentine's day special for my girldriend, extremly special but i ned ideas this is harder than i thought it would be. im 16 so nothing too intense.

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      June 8 years ago

      Hey Jimmy. I just used your ideas at the weekend to rekindle a dieing relatonship and thought I'd let you know it worked. I sent my partner around the house looking for little notes where I wrote something I love about him. He loved it and we feel a little closer. Thanks.

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      James Paterson 11 years ago from Scotland

      thanks Robin,we do it at easter too with the children, each of them get their own clues as to where to find their chocolate eggs. because Bryan cant read yet we draw pictures for his clues.....jimmy

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      Robin Edmondson 11 years ago from San Francisco

      Great idea, Jimmy. I love scavenger hunts. Paul's family sometimes does them for a gift and writes catchy poems as the clues. It's really fun!