11 February 2014

Quirky Valentines Items at Asda

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I am a hopeless romantic. Every year, surprising my husband with something or other. I love the little things though like baking yummy treats and making his favourite food. This year, my husband will be working an early shift on Valentines Day so I thought I would surprise him when he gets home with a nice fry up and some homemade biscuits.  

Asda are helping me in getting prepared for this by supplying me with a couple of items from their Valentines range. 

First up is the Sweetheart Egg Shaper.
This is priced at just £1 and is a rubber heart which goes into the frying pan and an egg is cracked open inside it. The egg then fries in the heart shape and the shaper can easily be removed once cooked. 
I love this item as it gives that subtle heart on a Valentines surprise breakfast. 

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Secondly is the Sweetheart Cookie Cutters.
Realisically, the same premise as the egg shaper. They are heart shaped and once pressed into the cookie dough, give cute heart shaped biscuits. Coming in 4 different sizes to suit what we are making, I imagine these getting used a lot in the future when we are baking. 

The Love hearts Tea Lights are super cute and smell divine. They are a pack of 6 tea lights, each with their own romantic message on the top and each colour having a different lovely scent. 
These will definitely be getting used on Valentines Day to give that subtle lighting and make it even more romantic.

Don't worry, I will be sharing photos of these items in use over the coming days but at the moment have no eggs to fry or bake with and wanted to get this post up as soon as possible so you lovely lot could see the items before Valentine's Day.

These items and many, many more Valentines Day themed items are available instore and on the Asda website too. 

21 comments:

  1. Those The Love hearts Tea Lights are so cute x

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  2. cute items, do the candles smell like the sweets?

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  3. these are so cute. do the candles smell of sweets? http://novicegirlie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Love these! Asda always have great gifts at great prices!

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  5. Thanks for the review. Lucky you, getting some Valentines treats to review. Have a nice Valetine's Day. Maybe I should visit Asda, I do like to. Just wish we had a local store.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. The Love Heart Tea Lights look nice. I do love the sweets. You say that the tea lights all have a different scent which is lovely. That sounds great. In the picture they look like they are each in a glass container :- Is that the case, or may be it is a reflection (a trick of the light or something)?

    Rachel Craig

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  7. Love the Love Heart Tea Lights. I'd use them any time of year.

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  8. These are cute!! I love them, wish there was an Asda near me.

    @auntygeek (Twitter)

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  9. Hee hee roll on tomorrow when everything will be half price or less!

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  10. These are so CUTE! I'm a sucker for anything romantic :)

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  11. I love the idea of the Love Hearts tea lights, I bet they really smell devine <3

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  12. Love those Tea Lights be nice if they smelt all sherberty too

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  13. Though your husband was working on Valentines Day. Hope you get to Celebrate.

    Rachel Craig

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  14. Wow some lovely item at asda foe valentines and all great value, you cant go wrong x

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  15. I love Valentines for all the heart-themed items, a major theme going through my home, although I missed these as not been in ASDA for a while...might keep an eye out in case they have any of those candles left!

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