Valentine's Cards and Gifts for the Food Lover

By: Kelly Lanza, Oh So Beautiful Paper
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Egg Press Valentine's CardsWhat’s that saying? “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” I’d venture to say the way to anyone’s heart may just be through his or her stomach, and if you agree, you’ve come to the right place. With Valentine’s Day coming up fast, I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite Valentine's cards (like Egg Press' pictured above) and gifts for you to say “I love you” to your better half — the salt to your pepper, the peanut butter to your jelly. Well, you get the point.

Pictured top row from left: Hello! Lucky, Sapling Press, Sycamore Street Press; Pictured bottom row from left: Echo Letterpress, Sapling Press, The Nimbus Factory

Pictured top row from left: Girls Can Tell and A Fabulous Fete; Bottom image: Fluid Ink Letterpress

Pictured top row from left: Yours is the Earth and Roaring Softly; Pictured bottom row from left: Yours is the Earth and Flourish Cafe

Once a month, Kelly from Oh So Beautiful Paper, a blog all about fabulous paper goods, will be stopping by to share with readers two of her favorite things: food and stationery.

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