2012 Valentine’s Day Cards, Part 3

Looking for Valentine’s cards that are a super pretty, a bit cheeky, or perhaps a little geeky? If so, then stick around for today’s roundup, and be sure to check out parts one and two for many, many more lovey dovey designs.

Elum has a bunch of gorgeously letterpressed Valentine’s Day sentiments (mmm…check out the texture):

Elum Letterpress Valentines

“Lots of Love” (elephant sized, actually) from Deluce Design at Luxe Paperie:

Deluce Design Valentine's Day Card

Simply sweet hand cut (and glittered) papercut arrow cards by Ashley Pahl, available in many colors:

Valentine Glitter Arrow Cards

Check out the fun (and sometimes cheeky) letterpress Valentine’s Day cards from Egg Press:

Egg Press Valentine's Day Cards

Geektastic letterpress valentines from Dingbat Press:

Geeky Valentine's Day Cards

Hee, love Printerette’s “You’re a Hottie” card:

Printerette You're a Hottie

Plantable Valentine’s Day cards with a fruity theme from Botanical Paperworks:

Botanical Paperworks Plantable Cards

The pretty pink and crimson “Cupid’s Arrow” letterpress card from Missive:

Missive Letterpress Love Card

A Letterpress Love Note from Inkprint:

Letterpress Love Note

A sweet, die cut You Hold the Key to My Heart pocket card from Specialty Cards 4 U:

Pocket Card Valentine's Day

images from their respective sources

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5 comments on “2012 Valentine’s Day Cards, Part 3

  1. Nicole commented //

    The egg press valentines are too cute!

  2. rooth commented //

    The Dingbat Press ones are perfect for a certain Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory!

  3. Chelsey commented //

    Yeah, these are super cute. Love the bee hive one.

  4. Julie S. commented //

    The Elum “super sweet” card is a gorgeous color combination – love the texture. And … thank you for featuring our key to my heart pocket!

  5. kristen commented //

    rooth – I totally thought of Sheldon when I saw the Dingbat Press designs. 🙂

    Glad you’re all enjoying the cards!

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