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TGIF!! Friday is here, and good things are in store for the weekend! Specifically, brunch with friends, Valentine’s Day designing, and maybe a pretty little snowfall on Sunday. (Emphasis on the little; I’m not hoping for a blizzard over here.)

This week’s Friday Roundup is filled with Valentine’s Day goodies to get you in the mood for February and an overabundance of flowers, chocolate and hearts! Kina Grannis, pretty cocktails, and easy-peasy Funfetti Biscotti.

Kina Grannis

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Kina Grannis. Last week’s sketch post makes that pretty evident. But did you know she also sings one of my favorite songs ever, AND it’s called Valentine?? Click here to watch and listen to this sweet song. Then check out My Dear, Oh Father, and this insanely perfect cover of Sweater Weather. Seriously, I could listen to her voice all day, every day.

Cupid’s Kiss Cocktail

Looking for a perfect drink to serve to friends or loved ones on the big day? I stumbled across this one on The Glitter Guide this week, and seriously, it doesn’t get anymore fitting than this. The Cupid’s Kiss Cocktail is similar to a French 75, but uses cranberry juice to give it that sweet, red color and berry flavor. Mmm, mmm. Two please.

Funfetti Biscotti

To top it off, you’re totally going to need a festive holiday snack to go with that cocktail, and Oh, Joy! had the perfect thing on her blog this week. (Apparently, this is the week of blog surfing and finding cute things to share, by the way.) Click here to check out this easy recipe for adorable Valentine’s Day Funfetti Biscotti. And the best part? You can serve it at a little V-Day party or pack it up in cute little bags to share with friends! A perfect treat your girls will be thanking you for.

Have any other cute and fun Valentine’s Day ideas?? Share below! I’d love to hear!

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