I’m in the mood for love, simply because you’re near me…..
Great lyrics form a classic love song, and that reminds us thatValentines Dayis on its way. Cupid is loading up his quiver full of arrows and we want to get you loaded up on Valentines decorations. We just received a whole bunch of fun,new Valentines designsto share with our customers.
In some Latin American countries Saint Valentines day is called “el dia de los enamorados” (day of lovers) or “Dia del Amor y la Amistad” (day of love and freindship). Wherever Valentines Day is celebrated it is done so with various gifts of affection such as, candy, flowers, poems, cards and even jewelry. Although dubbed a “Hallmark holiday” by some, Valentines Day does have roots all the way back to the 18th century.
Here is handful of our new heart felt flags just in time for the holiday.
The Valentines card was not the invention of modern society but can find its roots in 1797 Britain. The“Young Man’s Valentine Writer”was published full of sentimental verses for the young lover unable to compose their own words of sentiment. Paper Valentines had become so popular in early 19th century Britain that they started assembling them in factories. This tradition of course still is upheld today even schoolchildren share Valentines cards and treats. We hope these ideas help you send a message of love this Valentines Day.
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