Here is how they turned out.
Category: paper + letterpress, things I made
I love it!
Why did you stab your valentine?
you should totally make one that says:
I hope your rash gets better. Kisses!
that would be funny. although stabbed is pretty funny, already.
i actually snorted. brilliant.
i made one too after seeing your previous blog.
i used brown “post office packaging” paper and cut out each letter from magazines—-very ‘ransom-note-like’
the difft colors on the brown paper looked great!!
i just discovered your blog–
i love your taste! soooo many great ideas i’v been using alreay!
only problem these last couple of days: it’s been keeping me up til 2am just going thru all your archives!!!!! very inspiring!
That is hilarious!xoMelissa
best valentine i’ve seen by far. love it.
OH. MY. GOSH!!! I laughed so hard when I saw this post! Could you hear me???? HILARIOUS! So stinkin’ funny…thank you for the laugh.Your site rocks.I’m a big fan!
ok, this is really weird. a couple of years ago, i found a random printout sitting on my office’s printer. it was a white sheet of paper with “i’m sorry i stabbed you. i love you.” written in really small font.
all these years i had no idea what it was, and it really freaked me out. actually, i shared it with some coworkers, all of whom said it wasn’t from them. and after that it pretty much became a running joke between some friends and i. in fact, someone just reminded me of it the other day. and now i open your blog and see this. is this a common phrase and i just never knew about it??? was this something you have made in the past and maybe we used to work at the same company??? i’m so completely confused and blown away right now. what the?
I loved this so much when you first posted it, I was inspired to do my own! Enjoy: http://bringingtheironyback.blogspot.com/2008/02/happy-valentines-belated-style.html
ha ha! that is hilarious!
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