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If she's always documenting moments on her smartphone, she'll love having the opportunity to turn all of those memories into real prints. All she has to do is connect her phone to the printer with Bluetooth, then quickly print her favorites into physical prints she can hang up or frame. Pick out a favorite photo of the two of you to get her started and add an extra special touch.
At the turn of the century, a brand-new form of Valentines Day card appeared the Penny Dreadful. Up until this point, cards were reasonably costly but the Penny Dreadful altered all that. The cards were inexpensively made, the art work was incompetent and the colouring was irregular.
In the sixteenth century, St. Francis de Sales, bishop of Geneva, tried to expunge the customized of cards and restore the lottery of saints' names. And rather than disappearing, cards proliferated and became more ornamental.
To that, we'd say: You don't have to choose between the two! Give your partner a night (or day) to remember, then top it all off with a small but special Valentine's Day present. Don't forget that this day is to be shared between the two of you, so you can cater the gift for your partner or find something the two of you can enjoy together! After all, on February 14, going a little over the top with great gifts for husbands or gifts for wives is never a bad idea. (And if you're running a little late, check out our last-minute Valentine's Day gifts too.)