Back in the day, when you had to come up with a valentine for everyone in your class, it was enough just to sign your name twenty times…and maybe tape on a heart-shaped sucker. In this guide, Hallmark writers offer up inspiration to help you find just the right loving words to add when you sign a valentine. However you choose to use it, we hope our guide adds a little fun and passion to your valentine signing—truly, endlessly and 4EVER! Find tips for crafting your own special Valentine message and get some real life examples and watch-outs from Hallmark senior Writer Cat Hollyer in the video below or skip straight to message ideas using the links above. For your significant other, you might decide to give more than one Valentine card…and write more than one personal message. If you go this route, consider giving a mix of serious, heartfelt and playful messages, delivered at different times of the day—tucked behind his toothbrush, left on the seat of her car, sent to his office, hand-delivered over a candlelit dinner….
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Sending a congratulations card with a warm handwritten message is a perfect way to honor that person and recognize their achievement. The gesture of sending a congratulations card says so much all by itself. But you can add warmth and personality with just a few words of your own. Your message will mean even more when you congratulate your recipient specifically on their acceptance to Harvard Law School, new job at Google, new boutique opening…or whatever the case may be. A big achievement is a perfect chance to remind someone how talented, hard-working, and deserving they are. A little achievement is a good excuse, too! Writing Tip: The more specific your compliment, the more meaningful it will be to your recipient.