Valentine’s Day can be a controversial topic.
Sensitivity is required when talking about the matters of the heart and Valentine’s Day can be the subject of a much heated debate.
It can be a day of pain for many people, for those who are single and those who have been through a divorce, or widowed for example.
Some feel that this day is far too comercialised and that they don’t appreciate the pressure of being told they ‘must buy’ a gift to tell their loved ones how much they love them, when love should be shown everyday.
Whatever your view on Valentine’s Day, my suggestion for this valentine’s day is to perhaps visit a garden, maybe one filled with snowdrops with some friends or a loved one. (I have provided some suggestions of where to visit some glorious snowdrop displays in an earlier post) it would make a lovely day out and wonderful memories of our lovely countryside. Let’s hope the weather improves by then.
I have designed some Valentine’s cards for those who wish to buy them and hope you will like my collection.
This year I have introduced a new size of card into the collection – 19.8 x 21cm
Here are a few examples of the cards available -
To see more of our collection please visit our online shop – Send a flower card – Valentine’s greeting cards
Tomorrow I will be adding a ‘how to make a special flower display for your loved one’.
All images © Send a flower card - Anita Hunt