It was in kindergarten, my first glimpse at Valentine’s Day and matters of the heart. We hand-made our Valentine’s then, and dropped our ‘tines into decorated shoeboxes. I remember being disappointed that I did not receive one from a special someone in the class. Until I did. I still remember that moment, the joy.
You can still make your own Valentines, without looking like you’re in elementary school. It’s called Treat. Where you can make your own cards personalized to say what you want with or without your very own photos, professionally printed. Perfect for those of us who dislike mass-produced cards but don’t necessarily want to get out the paper, scissors and glue.
Not sure what to say? They’ve got a Message Library if you need a little inspiration. You can even send a gift card along with your greeting.
I love how this one is made to look hand-made:
This one is adorable and hilarious at the same time:
And even if you hate Valentine’s Day, they’ve got a card for that:
Save the Date! There will be a #SweetTreats Twitter party on 1/29 at 2PM EST so join in if you’re around!
One lucky reader will receive credits for 5 Treat Cards credit to their Treat account!
(Winner will have to send me the email address their Treat account is associated with)
Thank you to Treat.com for providing credits to me and one lucky winner.
I love the doodling delight card!
too literal love card
I like the Meaningful Memories one. Really cute;)
nikki krutz says
i like the beloved beauty card :)
I like the Today and Forever card!
I really like the happy birthday card for mother that says “A million reasons”. Thanks for the giveaway and I also like that you put choose one that others have not commented on I hate that when I take the time to go to the site and post my comment and then one second later someone just copies my answer so thank you for that one. God Bless.
Fashion Cover card
cassandra mccann says
Emotional Embrace under valentine’s and sons
I like Stunning Shape for romance and Comfortable Stage for laughs!