Happy Bookish Valentine’s Day!

I’d really wanted to send out Valentine’s Day cards but have you checked out the selection lately? Oh man they are HORRIBLE. Poor kids. Whatever happened to the cutesy “I choo choo choose you!” cards of childhood days?

Since I didn’t get to send any out I wanted to share some of my favorites that I’ve found online with you all.

So Happy Valentine’s Day, from me to you!

    

   

 

  

 

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7 thoughts on “Happy Bookish Valentine’s Day!

  1. Ha! Cute! I wish we had some Harry Potter and Hunger Games vaentines when I was a kid. I don’t even remember what I usually ended up choosing. Probably kittens, that sounds like my 8 year old self.

    1. That’s generally what I would take – something generic. Or something silly like Ninja Turtles. I think if I was a kid now and had something like Harry Potter to choose from, I’d totally go with that!

  2. This post is SUPER adorable! I love the Valentines Day cards you’ve shared (especially the Harry Potter ones). While I generally prefer making my own (even though I’m not super crafty), I still wouldn’t mind getting one of these. Happy Valentines Day, C!

    1. Thanks! I used to insist on making my own cards when I was a kid – I think they always ended up being kind of tacky or I’d get tired of making them half way through! I would totally love sending/getting some of these though! Happy Valentines Day to you too!

  3. These valentines are so cute! The Hunger Games ones are my favorites <3 I know what you mean about the store-bought ones- not the best selection! Happy valentine's day, Candice!

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