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by Cassity Kmetzsch

Cassity Kmetzsch, an interior designer with a love of remodeling, shares tons of decorating ideas and problem-solving tips on her popular blog, Remodelaholic. A Remodelaholic through and through, both Cassity and her husband Justin have remodeled four homes together. One of the things that she loves the most? Reinventing and recycling pieces or building leftovers that she already has on hand. Cassity has two young daughters that she hopes to teach her remodeling ways just as soon as they are able to!

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  • Valentine's Day is fast approaching! There are plenty of creative gift guides out there to help you find a great gift, but why not just give them what they really want? Chocolate!

    Here are six fabulous ways to give your love one traditional Valentine's chocolate in not-so-traditional ways. 
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  • Hot

    Not only is it a classic movie, but it's true—sometimes it's hard to beat the rich taste of warm, melted chocolate. A piping mug of hot cocoa, a chocolate chip cookie fresh from the oven, or, my personal favorite, these easy chocolate molten lava cakes
  • Cold

    If you prefer your chocolate a bit colder and creamier, it's hard to go wrong with ice cream no matter what the temperature is! Splurge on some gourmet, good old Ben and Jerry's, or make it yourself with this simple five-ingredient recipe for chocolate gelato.
  • Crunchy

    A chocolaty crunch is a great complement to gelato, ice cream, pudding, or hot chocolate. Get the recipe for homemade chocolate graham crackers.
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  • Handmade

    Handmade chocolates at Valentine's Day spell true love! Get the recipes for three classics and then go the extra mile and make your own handmade chocolate box
  • Pre-Made

    Whether you're crunched for time or your loved one just prefers the Hershey/Cadbury/Godiva take on chocolate, you can add a personal touch with a quick printable label. Make it even simpler by picking up some fancy paper at your local craft store, cutting it to fit the candy bar, and writing a personal note inside before wrapping it around the candy bar and securing it with double-stick tape.
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