Homemade Birthday Gifts for a Girlfriend

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Homemade Birthday Gifts for a Girlfriend
Birthday gifts don't have to be expensive. Homemade gifts are also popular. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Your girlfriend's birthday gifts don't have to be expensive. Homemade gifts are sometimes even more popular because they show that you've been thinking about her and spent time preparing something unique. You don't have to have a lot of money to show your girlfriend that you care about her.

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Mix CD

An easy gift to make is a birthday mix CD with all her favourite songs on it. You can even list the song titles and artists on the case and make your own cover.

Photo Album

Collect photos of the two of you, together or apart, and put them into a photo album. You can annotate each picture with fond memories you have of that moment.

Coupon Booklet

Using coloured paper, make your own coupon booklet. The coupons can be for things like back rubs, washing her car or romantic dates -- all redeemable at any time, of course.

Make Her Dinner

Prepare a romantic dinner and make her favourite dish. Use candles to light the room and select her favourite music to play in the background. If you don't have access to an empty house, then take her for a romantic picnic instead.

Bake Her Cookies

You can bake her some cookies, put them into a nice tin and wrap them up. If you're more adventurous, you could even try baking her a birthday cake.

A Love Story

Write a romantic story for her. It could be based on how you met, or a fictitious adventure involving the two of you. She will love the time and thought you've put into imagining and writing the story.

Gift Basket

You can make your own gift basket filled with her favourite candy, gum and chocolate. Add some hand moisturiser, bath soaps and a birthday card.

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