Do you receive Valentine’s Day gifts for your significant other? Well, try to summon the spirit of this husband who cracked the code for the sweetest gift.
Jake O’Neill from Sunny Beach in Australia, who creates online content with his wife Brooke Stiles, came up with a unique idea – a chandelier vase.
On his TikTok channel, Jake shared the process of making a creative gift filled with flowers that Brooke planted in their garden.
Using an old lamp and altering the embroidery hoop, Jake was able to hang the rings on the light bulb like a chandelier.
Then he carved half circles on the outer edge of the hoop to fit the small dials that held the flowers.
Finally, when the homemade contraption was done, Jake collected a bunch of colorful plants from their garden and put them together before surprising Brooke with it.
The sweet gift was adopted on the couple’s TikTok channel We the Seekers, where many viewers called it the “most romantic” gift ever.
People praised Jake in droves for his creativity. One person wrote: “My jaw is on the floor. This is the most romantic thing I have ever seen. Bless your heart.”
Many viewers noted that Jake showed the way to the most romantic partner. One wrote: “Ladies it’s 2023, we won’t settle for less.” There are more good ones!
“Set that bar constantly high, king,” said another, while another asked where they could find a man like him, asking, “What am I doing wrong?”
Another chimed in: “I once asked my ex if he could just pick a flower for me in the garden, and he couldn’t even do that.”
Let’s hope there are more Jakes in the world – and for anyone considering a handmade gift, know that if you put in the effort, it can be more impressive than you imagined.
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