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printable valentines for lovers & procrastinators

Valentine's Day or not, sending love notes has always been a pasttime near and dear to my heart. I've been doing it since I could handle a pair of scissors and a piece of construction paper. I made these valentines to sell many moons ago, but I thought it would be fun to give them new life as free printable notes for you and yours.

Yes, I know, Valentine's Day is already a few days away. You are probably way more together than I am, and you've already signed, sealed, and delivered your cards. But on the off chance that you're a slacker like me, feel free to use these. Just print the page on card stock, cut along the crop marks, and slip each note into an envelope (A2 sized envelopes work great). 


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Thank you friend! Happy Valentine's day! May your heart shine with sparkling light for all to see!

February 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTonia

i still remember the first (digital) valentine that you sorta kinda sent to me. all your love notes are masterful / memorable, and this freebie is so sweet.

February 11, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterthe stinkowitz

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