14 Days of Love Notes for Valentine’s Day

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Do you know what makes a holiday better? The anticipation and excitement leading up to it!


Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. Here is a fun way to use the first 14 days in February to show someone how much you love, cherish and appreciate them. Do this for children and adults!

The Many Reasons Why I Love You

People often say “I love you” but they often don’t go into specifics about what exactly it is about the person that they love. Telling someone the many reasons why you love them is much more powerful and meaningful.

So here’s what you do that I call 14 Days of Love Notes.


Cut out 14 paper hearts. Starting February 1, write a love note or affirmation on a heart every day and tape it where your Valentine will be sure to see it. It could be on their bedroom door, on their bathroom mirror, or different places around the home. Continue writing on a paper heart every day for 14 days.

Tip: I used red and pink construction paper and taped it to my son’s bedroom door with painter’s tape so it wouldn’t damage the paint.

Your loved ones will enjoy reading your daily expressions of love!

This might be the best present ever for individuals whose Love Language is Words of Affirmation.

To get you started, here are some ideas for what to write on the hearts:

  • I love you because…
  • You are so…
  • I love the way you…
  • You are the best…
  • I love how much you…
  • You give the best…
  • I love it when you…
  • You make me…
  • I love how you want to…
  • You will always be my…
  • Right from the start, you stole my heart. Happy Valentine’s Day.
  • U R 2 Cute!
  • Happy Valentine’s Day to the best kid a parent could ask for.
  • My heart beats for you.
  • You hold a very special place in my heart.

14 Days of Love Notes makes a wonderful family tradition, and everyone can participate!

“Love is a condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.” – Robert Heinlein

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  1. I so agree about the excitement and anticipation leading up to a holiday! Last year during Christmas my husband and I were both sick with Covid, so we couldn’t visit family. We ended up opening all of our presents on Christmas Eve, and it just wasn’t the same. This year, I think he wants to open presents early again, but it isn’t happening. HAHA! Really love this Valentine’s idea. I think we sometimes take for granted the verbal power of telling someone “I love you.” It’s great how you’ve outlined the “reasons” behind the love as starter quotes. Thanks for sharing!
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