My history with Valentines Day projects is a long one. Even back in grade school I made my own Valentines for classmates. I’d check out books from the library with Victorian cherubs and filigree hearts. I’d trace them on parchment and then write sentiments in caligraphy, roll them up, and tie with a ribbon. OMG, they must have thought I was crazy putting those along side their dime store valentines. I was.
Years later, I found myself doing variations on those original valentines. Friends were always in shock to receive something that obviously took a long time too make. I think they mistook the effort for endearment. Honestly, I just wanted to make valentines.
These anatomical heart valentines will dispel any doubt as to the exact sentiment that you have for the recipient. We don’t want to leave room for misinterpretation. Finally, the PERFECT valentine for everyone!
I started out being sincere, but quickly went off the deep end: