Create Special Valentine’s Day Cards With

by Dagmar Bleasdale on February 5, 2014

cardstore card for little boy

{I participated in a Blogger Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for I received complimentary cards and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.}

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Do you have any special plans to celebrate, or any traditions?

All I want for Valentine’s Day is a card — I don’t want over-prized flowers that only last a few days, or chocolate I shouldn’t be eating. I like a card with a heartfelt note that I can keep forever so it reminds me of this special day.

Thanks to, I created two personalized cards for Don and L. It was so hard to settle on just one card design for our Christmas card — and the same held true for Valentine’s Day cards.

It’s a good problem to have and that’s my favorite aspect of Cardstore — so many beautiful options. You’ll be able to find just the right one for your special loved one or friend.

When I saw this little truck, I knew this design is just perfect for my son. And I liked what the card said:

cardstore card for little boy

The inside of the card reads:

And since you’re so special, it’s coming your way

To say that you’re someone who’s loved more each day!

Happy Valentine’s Day


I liked this one for Don the best, considering that we just moved into our new little house.

Cardstore Valentine's Card

I personalized it by added a special note to my hard-working husband on the inside, who fills our home with love. Our little cottage is warm and cozy, that’s for sure.

Have you ever brought your significant other to tears with a loving card? Isn’t that the point of cards, to write something touching in them? Cardstore wants you to remember that ‘It’s Okay To Cry’ and to embrace the emotions and sentiment from loved ones.

So what are you waiting for?

Order TODAY! The deadline for ordering Valentine’s Day cards so they arrive in time is February 6!

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