This Valentine's Day, give the man in your life a cuddly reflection of your affection. While a teddy bear may seem a feminine gift, by carefully selecting your bear, you can find a stuffed cuddle partner just right for your guy. Giving your guy a gift of this type on Valentine's Day is a great way to show him that you care and make it clear that he is the one you want to cosy up with on Valentine's Day night.
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Team Colors Bear
Make your teddy bear gift more masculine by buying a bear in his favourite team's colours. Select a bear designed specifically to represent your man's favourite team, or make a monochromatic bear into a team-spirited toy by selecting a bear in one of the team's signature colours and purchasing a tiny teddy-bear shirt in the alternate team hue to place on the fuzzy creature. Pair this bear with another small token that represents the selected team, such as a team logo key-chain or team hat to complete the gift.
If your guy is particularly proud of his occupation, give him a bear designed to represent this job. For example, if he works as a nurse, select a bear in scrubs. Similarly, if your special someone is a rough-and-tumble construction worker, buy him a bear that wears a hard hat.
Teddy-Bear Beer Cozy
Increase your guy's interest in receiving a cuddly teddy bear by tying the gift to his favourite beer. Purchase a teddy-bear beer cosy. Select a beer-coolness retaining cosy shaped like a teddy bear or, if you are unable to locate one of these particularly distinctive presents, create your own by hot gluing a petite bear to a standard cosy. This gift gives you a playful way to present a teddy bear while still demonstrating your knowledge of his interests.
Give your guy a romantic bear this Valentine's Day by dressing it in lingerie. Purchase similar lingerie, and, upon giving the gift to your guy, promise that you will slip into your sexy clothing later in the evening.
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