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Valentines 2015 (32 count)

by NBP


Format: Print/Braille

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Item: VAL15-32

Special note: Due to very slow delivery times via Free Matter this year, please order early, or consider opting for UPS delivery.

Check out our Valentine Gift ideas!

This year's Valentine features a play on words that sound alike but mean different things: homophones!

"Hey, Valentine, let's ketchup" features a hot dog chasing a bottle of ketchup squirting Valentines - plenty of silly fun for boys and girls and friends of all ages! These zany Valentines are in print and braille. the backside is a brief bio of Louis Braille.

The back of the card reads:
Q: Who invented braille?
A: Louis Braille was only 16 years old when he invented braille in 1825. He was himself blind and a student in Paris. His system of reading and writing is still used around the world today - even for Valentines!

Back of the 2015 Valentine
Shows the text on the back of the 2015 Valentines

Large Packs: 32 print/braille Valentines plus envelopes: $14
Small Packs: 20 print/braille Valentines plus envelopes: $10

Valentines from previous years are also available! Check out all the available cards here.