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Kids everywhere will soon be slipping small little envelopes into decorated boxes.  Valentine’s Day.  I love it!  When Big W was in PreK he decided to get two sets of Valentine cards {one for the girls and one for the boys} and has done the same ever since.  His theory:  girls don’t like the same thing boys do.  Wise beyond his years that one.  In the past it was princesses and superheros.  What else would it be?  Now that they are older, and quite mature, it isn’t so cut and dry.  He has out grown of most of the character Valentine cards, so this year we tried something a little different.  We found Valentine’s Day Cards for kids, at Pear Tree Greetings, that we could personalize for the card exchange with his classmates.  {Little Man jumped on board too!}

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The boys each chose two different styles.  One set for the girls.  One set for the boys.  I also ordered a darling photo strip Valentine to slip into the cards we send to our family.  They were thrilled when they arrived at the doorstep.  Next step?  Figuring out what little item, treasure, or piece of candy to hand out with them.  Oh, the pressure!

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The envelopes are too small to send by US Mail, but you could easily slip the smaller envelope into a larger one and send these awesome greetings to anyone!

Our Valentine’s Day Cards c/o Pear Tree Greetings:

Photo Strip- Washi Tape Greeting

Cool Camouflage

Ninja Action- Green

Ninja Action-Yellow

Dragon Puff



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