16 Unique Valentines For That Special Someone

by Maxwell Tielman

I don’t know about you, but when I’m trying to find that perfect Valentine’s card for that perfect person, the greeting card aisle of the grocery store never seems to cut it. Convenient though it may be, this sea of indistinguishable, dime-a-dozen hearts, teddy bears, and chocolate boxes can leave a lot to be desired — especially if you’re trying to make a lasting impression. If the greeting card aisle is finding you equally uninspired this year, we’ve handpicked a few great Valentines that are sure to get a smile from your significant other. From cards with charming artwork to truly out-of-the-box greetings, these are perfect for when ordinary just won’t do. —Max

Clockwise from top left: Idlewild Co's , Hammerpress' , Idlewild Co's .
Create custom-designed temporary tattoos with your Valentine's message using .
Quill & Fox's is perfect for everybody from your mother to your best friend.
Not all Valentines need to be for your significant other. Moglea offers Valentine's wishes for different family members like this card and 9th Letter Press' is great for sending to all of your best friends.
Sometimes easy does it. We love the simple elegance of.
Hello Lucky's has a heartfelt message with a color palette that's sure to brighten anyone's day.
If you're tired of the same-old, same-old when it comes to heart imagery, the from Fawn Paper Co won't disappoint.
Little Low's , My Dear Fellow Co's .
If you want to send a BIG message, try .
These cute monochrome cards prove that you don't need tons of color to send a romantic message. Evermore Paper Co's , Worthwhile Paper's .
Lastly, Emily McDowell's witty and on-point messages, like this , always make for a good chuckle.

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