amy marcella valentine’s day cards

I’m keeping the love-fest going this morning (this kitten high is gonna last a few days, I think) with some sweet new Valentine’s Day cards from Amy Marcella. Amy is selling a set of five Valentine’s Day cards ($16) at her Etsy shop, and they’d be a fun way to send notes to a group of friends or co-workers. Each one has a fun, handmade feel that would be as pretty to frame as it would be to send. Click here to check out (and shop) Amy’s full selection online. xo, grace

*Speaking of sweet notes, I wanted to take a moment to wish AC a very happy birthday. If you have a second to send him a little “Happy Bday!”, he’s on Twitter right here….

More images after the jump . . .

  1. I love the color combinations in these. Great find!

  2. Igor says:

    these are absolutely cute and adorable!

  3. rebekka says:

    Precious! The anchor is too perfect!!!

  4. sweet cards :)


  5. Jennifer says:

    Lovely! I’m really digging anything that incorporates arrows right now.

  6. i love those napkins… actually i love everything in here!

  7. danielle says:

    i am loving all of the different valentines i’ve been seeing so far this year. i plan on getting those anchor ones! too cute to pass up!

  8. Shari Ana says:

    Who wouldn’t want to receive (or give!) these? the bright colors + simple illustrations make them pretty irresistible.
    They are so similar to the ones I recently posted about on my blog, the little things. Check it out!

  9. Miranda says:

    so simple but so beautiful!

  10. Rose says:

    these are so sweet! I would love to receive a love poem in one of these!

  11. Connie says:

    Yay! Watercolors and ink! So much fun!

  12. How can you not fall in love with these?! Totally charming!!!

  13. nadya says:

    Perfect—so simple and dainty and clean.


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