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A card "He is a Prick"
We like greeting cards with plants on them, and this one featuring a cactus is a fun one. “He is a prick” is not an obvious choice for a Valentine card. Yet it might be handy to show consideration to a friend suffering through St Valentine’s day after a recent breakup. The card is designed by a Vancouver-based studio Banquet Atelier & Workshop.
If you are planning to give out the presents, nothing beats the “Flower” book by Andrew Zuckerman we wrote about last week. The beautifully photographed common and exotic flowers will last longer than a bouquet but will probably make a dent on your Valentine’s budget.
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