If you don’t know what words to write then check out my top 10 favourite love poems and verses for your Valentines Card. Click on each image to see my suggestion of a card to use with each verse. Of course it’s your Valentine so you choose and mix and match the verse and card to suit.
1 ‘My Love is Like a Red Red Rose’ by Robert Burns
‘Hearts on a Bicycle’ card beautifully illustrated by Tim Mason. Furthermore it is a verse that I can’t write without singing it in my head!
2 ‘Silentium Amoris’ by Oscar Wilde
‘Painted Hearts’ is a new card that is illustrated by Louise Anglicas with pop out hearts too!
3 ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by William Shakespeare
‘With Love Heart Tree’ card, probably one of my favourites for a Valentines card and illustrated by Karen Tye Bentley.
4 ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ by L. Frank Baum
‘Silver Heart’ card. A classic card that is suitable for so many occasions including weddings and anniversaries. Illustrated by Laura Stone.
5 ‘Sense and Sensibility’ by Jane Austen
‘Perfect Pair’ card. Another versatile card, illustrated by Sue James.
6 by Dr Suess
‘Love’ card. I love Dr. Suess and I love this card. If you love Alison Hullyer’s illustrations then this is the one for you.
7 by Aristotle
‘Chocolate Box’ card. Got to have chocolates on Valentines Day haven’t you? If you think so too then this very tasty card is illustrated by Sarah Summers.
8 ‘The Rose in the Deeps of His Heart’ by William Yeats
‘Passion Flowers’ card. Show your true passion by sending this card illustrated by Rhiannon Harlow.
9 ‘I Love Thee’ by Eliza Acton
‘Lovebirds on a Bicycle’ card. How adorable are these two lovebirds in this illustration by Sharon Blackman?
10 Valentines Verse and Valentines Card by you?
Still to be written!
If you need gift wrap, tags, ribbon for your present too then you’ll find a lovely selection along with the cards right here.