I Love You More Than Chocolate: Cards for Your Valentine

By: Kelly Lanza, Oh So Beautiful Paper
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Valentine's Day isn't Valentine's Day without chocolate, right? This year, don't just send your sweetie something sweet, but pair it with a little card that extends the sweetness too (like the one above from Little Sloth). Here are our favorite chocolate-filled cards to get your hands on for February 14.

Pictured top left to right: One Canoe Two, Betsy Ann Paper; Bottom left to right: Architette Studios, Hello Small World

Pictured above: Wild Ink Press
Pictured left: Fluid Ink Letterpress; Right: Snow & Graham

Pictured left: Julie Ann Art; Top right: MOD by Mel; Bottom right: Hartland Brooklyn

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