Valentine hearts, handmade

If your Valentine dislikes the soppy or the flippant cards out there and you’re not inspired personally to create a stationery labor of love for the occasion, these are the cards for you.

There are many more designs than those in the illustration, but each one of these petite works of art is backed by quality red card stock and is accompanied by a sturdy envelope. The label says “home school” and there’s a site name (bernadettenoll.com) that’s not up and running at the moment.

The insides are left blank, leaving room for you to create your own sentiment. It’s up to you to express the feelings that you want to convey, up to you to inscribe the poetical tribute of your choice. These are not cookie-cutter greetings. The sender makes them unique.

Collect ‘em all, kids, if you can’t bear to send or give one. Find these and many other suitable heartfelt tributes to the occasion at Farm to Market Grocery on South Congress.

2 Comments so far

  1. Sandy Allen (unregistered) on February 13th, 2011 @ 9:52 am

    How cute! Are they available anywhere else or directly from the
    artist?


  2. odoublegood on February 15th, 2011 @ 5:45 pm

    The Web site doesn’t seem to be working, but Farm to Market
    Grocery, where they were found, might have more information. The
    card stock is of excellent quality, and the bits of artwork are
    sewn on. Some of the designs have a bit of a Keith Haring effect.
    These are so attractive that I hope to find cards intended for
    other occasions.



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