One of my sponsors this month also happens to be my card-giving guru, Nicole of Sent Well. Nicole has a beautiful selection of cards for any occasion and ships lightening fast. Even with shipping, her collection of cards is comparable to the generic cards you see in big-box stores. Plus, Sent Well can ship the cards to you OR (if you are a little late in sending your card) will hand write your message and send it directly to your recipient. Better yet, if you are really forgetful, you can set up a calendar and automatically have your cards shipped in time for birthdays and anniversaries.
I just received my valentines from Sent Well and Nicole and I have been brainstorming different ways to jazz up your valentines. Here are a few ideas…
- Add glitter or confetti for a festive surprise when your lucky recipient opens their card.
- Try making a custom envelope liner our of pretty paper, vintage book pages, wrapping paper, a doily, or anything else you can think of. I used pages from a vintage bird book in our wedding invitation envelopes. Here is a great tutorial.
- Write a sweet recipe on a recipe card and slip it into the valentine for a treat that you can send via mail.
- Cut simple hearts out of felt or pretty vintage fabric, add a safety pin and your Valentine can wear their heart on their sleeve.
- Give calligraphy a try! Invest in a pretty pen and hit the local library for a calligraphy book.
Lost & Fawned readers can take 25% off anything at Sent Well with the discount code FAWNED at time of purchase. I’m a loyal customer for life. Give it a try!
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