This year, Gabriel has been excited about St. Valentine’s Day. So much so, that he started making out some of last year’s clearance valentines that we bought for the temporary tattoos, candy, stickers, etc. before Christmas. Since he started on his valentines before Christmas, and wrote them to anyone and everyone, we are in search of actual valentines for the upcoming holiday.
Enter Tiny Prints.
Tiny Prints has a great collection of Valentine Cards and Valentine’s Day Greeting Cards. What struck my sons’ attention (and mine, because I am much more likely to purchase valentines that my children are excited about) was Tiny Print’s dinosaur-themed valentines. At this point in time, my boys play dinosaurs most of the time, and even when they are playing something non-dinosaur, dinosaurs seem to make their way into the game. Gabriel and Joshua seemed to like all of Tiny Print’s dinosaur valentines, but two of the top contenders are:
I think that they preferred the second valentine with the triceratops, because it is slightly more realistic in appearance. Most likely, they will each choose a different valentine to share with others. Parents and children alike will appreciate that Tiny Prints offers a wide variety of valentines, and even multiple options within the different themes, so there’s something to fit everyone’s preferences.
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*Tiny Prints is providing me with 50 free valentines in exchange for writing this post. All opinions contained within it, however, are my own.*