Here's my final batch of 1970s valentines. These four were the only ones in my scrapbook that featured recognizable characters. I'm sure you won't be surprised to see which corporate behemoth (that shall not be named here), was the pioneer in putting out branded valentines.
There is also an odd hierarchy of valentine sizes in this set, ranging from the huge one I've put first to the much smaller one at the bottom. I guess you could give the big, nice ones to your real friends and save the little ones for your classmates that you hardly knew.
The last one is not only the tiniest, but it's also printed on much thinner paper stock compared to the rest of them. Hmm.
So what are you planning for Valentine's Day? My husband and I have decided that we're going out to dinner and then going bowling, which is something we seldom do. It was his idea, but he's been going around telling people how much I love to bowl, which is not exactly how I would put it. I enjoy bowling to some extent despite the fact that I've always been a terrible bowler, but it's almost always a one-way ticket to the chiropractor's office for me. Clearly our communication skills could be better considering that this is at least our 16th Valentine's Day together.
But nevermind, I'm sure we'll have a great time and I was about due for an adjustment anyway.
Happy Valentine's Day!