Finding unique gifts to show that special someone how much you care can be tough enough. But what if you're trying to send the opposite message? Perhaps you're thinking "Anti" this Valentine's Day. Until recently, an appropriate gift was nearly impossible to find. Not anymore. Now, no matter how you're feeling about love, the perfect gift is only a few minutes away. One source for gift solutions is a Web site named CafePress.com-the unique marketplace that lets independent users design and sell merchandise featuring their own art. The result is a collection of gift options that promises to answer your gift-giving prayers in ways you might never have imagined. Experts have put together the following list of unique gifts you can find at the Web site. In addition to being worthy of your beloved (or not-so-beloved), they can be ordered online-saving you time and possibly enough money to spring for your next big date. Traditional Love
A quick search for "Valentine's Day" turns up almost 5 million different options. How about an organic cotton "Puppy Love" T-Shirt? Say How You Feel
Don't be afraid to show your emotions. Instead, go with the "My Boyfriend Is Awesome" T-Shirt. Whether you give it to yourself or he gives it to you, it's sure to turn some heads. Down on love? Sometimes that loving feeling is lost, and if that's the case, the Web site has over 400,000 products to help you express how you really feel. A few include: Heartache
The "Love Hurts" T-Shirt is baby soft and easy on a broken heart. Love and Hate
The "Skull-Heart" Women's Dark T-Shirt features a strong black-and-white graphic of a heart made of skulls and crossbones. It's perfect for expressing sentiments of the darker side of love or perhaps not-so-nice relationship wishes. Getting Crafty
If you're feeling a bit creative, you can also create your own design at www.cafepress.com/cp/customize/) and customize a gift. For more ideas, visit www.cafe press.com . Creative gifts for that special someone can be easy to find.

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