>Can you feel it? It’s almost February. Love is in the air, even though it is gray and dreary outdoors. It seems like I am one of the few people who actually love Valentine’s Day. Not only is it a welcome distraction from the winter doldrums, but I just think it’s fun. Besides, I always love an excuse to eat chocolate and candy.
When I was a kid I would spend hours decorating an elaborate Valentine’s Box to take to school on the big day. My personal favorite creation was a round oatmeal container that I turned on it’s side and decorated like a pig. I just loved coming home and opening all the cards from my friends.
In addition, I had to find that perfect Valentine’s Cards for my classmates. They couldn’t be too cutesy or lovey dovey. That would just be embarrassing. This obsession has carried over to my adulthood. I love searching for the perfect Valentine’s Cards for my children to take to their classmates. I am personally against the drugstore cheapy cards. In general, I don’t like commercial characters on clothing, school supplies, etc. When I ran across Sanlori fill in the blank Valentine’s Cards, I fell in love. These adorable cards are printed on high quality card stock and come in dozens and dozens of adorable and unique designs that are appropriate for both boys and girls. You can be sure that no one else will be handing out Valentines like these. Each flat card is greeting card sized and comes with a red envelope. I like this size particularly for younger children who are just learning to write, as the card has plenty of room for them to print on. Retailing at about $1 per card, it’s a great value.
Take a look at their website http://www.sanlori.com/ to view all the cute designs and tons of other unique paper products. You won’t be disappointed.
I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review. Opinions expressed within are my own. (posted by Jenni)
About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.
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