Etsy Finds: Quirky Valentine's Day Cards

Etsy Finds: Quirky Valentine's Day CardsOne of the things I told myself I’d be better about this year is sending out cards for special occasions. Somehow She Who Writes for a Living has become one of those people that never has a card. It’s gotten so bad that the best I’ve done lately is giving out a pink butterfly card for a baby boy’s first birthday (I needed something to label my gift and in a house full of girls that’s the best I could do at the last minute).

This needs to change!

I’m already behind on this little challenge to myself (sorry Meg!), but I plan on having a bunch of fun cards at the ready and stepping up my game. My thing is that I like quirky. I don’t want generic, boring cards. I want fun and weird.

For inspiration, I decided to cruise Etsy for some quirky Valentine’s Day cards. I was not disappointed.

etsy finds: able and game valentine's day card 2Able and Game

etsy finds: fawn paper co valentine's day cardFawn Paper Co

etsy finds: julie ann art valentine's day cardJulie Ann Art

etsy finds: wit and whistle valentine's day cardWit and Whistleetsy finds: stranger days valentine's day cardStranger Days

etsy finds: hello small world valentine's day cardHello Small World

etsy finds: row house 14 valentine's day cardRow House 14

etsy finds: able and game valentine's day cardAble and Game

etsy finds: vivid please valentine's day cardVivid Please

etsy finds: emily mcdowell draws valentine's day cardEmily McDowell

Alright, your turn. Are you good about handwritten correspondence or are you slacking in that category like me? And if you are good with it, where are some of your favorite places to get cards?

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.