Ideas for a two-year anniversary with a boyfriend

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Ideas for a two-year anniversary with a boyfriend
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Anniversaries come only once a year. Giving the right gift on a second-year anniversary is not an easy task. Celebrating two years of togetherness with a boyfriend remains a challenge for many. There are several great gift ideas for two-year anniversaries.

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Make It Cotton

Two years of togetherness makes a couple proud. For married couples, this is a cotton anniversary in which they exchange items made with cotton. Second-year dating anniversaries can be the same. Items made of cotton, such as a personalised T-shirt or even underwear, can be a great gift idea.

Something Techy

Men always find technology fascinating. Boyfriends love getting their hands on the latest cell phones. A cell phone designed for men will put a smile on his face. Another tetchy gift idea for the second-year anniversary is a hand-held electronic game. DVD players, iPods, and PDAs add much to the delight of boyfriends. Digital cameras also make a statement as a second-year anniversary present. Using it to take pictures of one another making a new set of memories for another year.

Homemade Gifts

Making something out of love scores points. Boyfriends almost always appreciate homemade gifts. Plan to cook dinner for the second-year anniversary celebration. Prepare his favourite dish on your special day. Show him that his girlfriend knows the way to his heart. If dinner seems big, just bake cookies or a cake. Simple art works like cross-stitch or knitting suggests thoughtfulness for a second-year anniversary. Have it framed and give it to him in gift wrap. Compile his favourite songs on a CD as a homemade gift. Label it with your own style, adding a few personalised lines just for him.

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