14 punny ways to say "I love you" on Valentine's Day

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14 punny ways to say "I love you" on Valentine's Day

1. "You are so sweet!

These candy packages are a fun way to get your Valentine's Day message across. Just print out our clip art and slip it into a cellophane bag with the coordinating candy.

Make the Punny Valentines

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2. "I love you a latte!"
Make the Cappuccino Heart Foam
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3. "When kissing, you know tulips are better than one."
Make the Paper Tulips
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4. "You're berry beautiful."
Make the Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
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5. "You're aces with me."
Make the Playing-Card Valentines
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6. "I'm so fortunate to have met you."

Make the Felt Fortune Cookies

(Photography by Ellie Miller via Martha Stewart Living)

7. "We are the perfect pear."
Martha Stewart is joined by an audience member to make one of her favorite recipes, poached pears with Riesling.

8. "You've taken a pizza my heart."
Make the Eggplant, Pistachio, and Pomegranate Pizza
(Photograhy by Roland Bello via Martha Stewart Living)

9. "We're perfectly suited for each other."
Make the Necktie Envelope
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10. "You spin me in circles."
Make the Sentimental Valentine's Day Wheel
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11. "You are sew special to me."
Make the Sweet Sachets
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12. "Will you be my sweet-tea?"
Make the Heart-Shaped Tea Bags
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13. "You're just sudsational!"
Make the Heart-Shaped Soaps
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14. "I'd like to propose a toast to us: I'm b-egging you to be my Valentine. Just don't go bacon my heart."
Make the Heart-Shaped Eggs and Toast
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Love is a funny thing. So while saying "I love you" is nice, "You're the pun for me" is so much more, well, punny, wouldn't you agree? If you love to laugh on Valentine's Day, here are several crafts and recipes -- along with some endearing, funny-bone-tickling quips -- that say those three little words.


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