10 best Valentine’s Day gifts for her under £10

February 14 doesn’t have to be all hearts and flowers. Here are a few little ideas that will show her you care, without costing the earth

It's easy to go for the obvious chocs or a bouquet on Valentine's Day. But there are lots of other lovely bits and pieces out there if you know where to look. We've found a selection that will all cost you a mere tenner or less but will hopefully make her day. From Emily Burningham's handbag-friendly cosmetic purse to Anthropologie's vintage-inspired monogram mugs, we've got February 14 covered.

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For any Valentine's Day naysayers, we think The Plinth's wooden 'Timbergrams' are a fun way and inexpensive way to show you care. The India Hicks Island Living hand cream will have her surprised at your impeccable taste in smellies, and for anyone looking to go for something a tiny bit racier, then the Butterfly Blue shorts are flirty rather than in-your-face sexy.

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1. Emily Burningham make-up purse, £10

2. The Plinth Wooden Timbergram, £3.50

3. Butterfly Blue Flirty Frill Ruffle Mesh Short, £10

4. Sweet Couture Cupcakes, from £3

5. Love Letters of the Great War. £9.99

6. Little Jar of Love, £9.99

7. Anthropologie Homegrown Monogram Mug, £8

8. Radley Canvas Tote, £10 (from 1 Feb)

9. Crabtree & Evelyn India Hicks Island Living Spider Lily Hand Therapy Cream, £8.10

10. Hew Lock Parakeet Pin, £8.50

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