The Art of Sending a Love Letter

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Valentine’s Day was one of the holidays I looked forward to when I was a kid. I would have a mailbox that I made at school and waited patiently until Valentine’s Day to see it filled with Valentine’s from my classmates. I could not wait after I got home off the bus to open all them to see what tiny treasures were inside. My favorite Valentines were anything with candy or a little treat inside. I love that. So now that I am older and have children of my own I always try to get my girls a little card with some candy but also something a little extra that does not cost a ton.

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For my daughters this year, I got all three of them necklaces that when put together make a heart that says Best Friends Forever because they are each other’s best friends.

But what to give someone who has become a son to you? That’s right what do you give your daughter’s boyfriend. Maddie, my oldest has been with her boyfriend for a little over two years, and I so can see the path to marriage on this one.  So I decided that I would send him a gift card to their favorite restaurant ( being college students on a budget, they always can’t afford to go out to eat) I also included a little note inside of a blank card. I struggled with finding a card to send and couldn’t find one that conveyed what I wanted without being too sappy.

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Then I found these really cute printable (and free!) love letters. I was able to personalize the note, and it was exactly what I wanted. I wish I could tell you how he reacted to the card, but he hadn’t received it yet. ( So don’t tell him, if you see him.)

If you are still struggling with that perfect card, consider one of these free love letters. They are way more personal than any card that you can buy.

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