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How to write a Valentine's card

by webdev

February 09, 2012

After weeks of deliberating over Valentine's Day gift ideas for your sweetheart, you have chosen the perfect arrangement of flowers. It would be nice if those red roses, lilies and carnations said it all, but unfortunately for those of us not so good with words, they don't. The card that accompanies those Valentine's Day flowers is often more important than the blooms themselves, so make sure you say what you mean.

What you write depends largely on who you are, who your loved one is, and what your relationship is like. However, there are some rules that everyone can abide by. Plum-Oakmont Patch reports that if your girlfriend or wife loves poetry, consider including one of her favorite lines that also expresses your love.

If she is just a friend, it's important not to get too sappy, the news outlet reports. Quotes are still a good way to go here - quote a funny actor on the trials and tribulations of love, or cite an inside joke.

Primer Magazine reports that the most important part of card-writing is to simply express how you feel about your significant other. As long as you are straightforward and honest, the note will be treasured forever.

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