Love Was, Love Is. 50 Vintage Valentines!

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50 Vintage Valentines Postcards to prove that Love was and will always be in our life.

 Have you heard the latest tendency of canceling St. Valentine's Day? Have You ever agreed with all those people who think that Valentine's day is nothing but just an opportunity for different companies to raise their sales? That Valentine's Day is abusing for single people. Yes, these arguments sound really weighty if you would look on this event from this point only.


But really, don't think that straight! Open your eyes!


Valentine's Day was made not to remind us that we are lonely and to make money of candy sales, flowers, jewelry, and all that bla-bla-bla. It is not for couples in love only! This is the day to remind us of that unique feeling we share with our parents, our friends, and the whole world around us. Love is a feeling that fills you up and riaises high up into the sky! Attempts to seize love are killing it. And as for relationships some might say that the love is fading away with time. Well, the Saint Valentine's Day gives you an opportunity to resurrect your love!  Think of love as of the highest mercy. Spread your love in every little thing you create!

Here we bring you a collection of Vintage Valentine’s Cards that were created with love and passion and could be fairly called masterpieces:

 

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Share your Love through Art! Never yell for a pay back! 

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