Kids Valentines From Pear Tree Greetings Deliver Playful Personalization

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Valentine cards from Pear Tree's new collection offer fun, one-of-a-kind designs, especially for kids

Kids Valentines from Pear Tree Greetings

This clever Valentine holds a candy sucker along with your little one's Valentine's Day message.

Our latest collection of Valentine cards gives every child a chance to showcase their own personalized greetings in a playful, heartfelt way.

The exchange of Valentines among children often brings excitement, fun and friendship. Now boys and girls can share their Valentine greetings in an extra special way, as Pear Tree Greetings launches its new line of Valentine's Day cards.

Full of personalization, interactive designs and playful pop-ups, these Valentines stand out among the rest.

“No matter the age, each child is unique, with their own personality and style,” said Angela Ferrara, director of product development at Pear Tree. “Our latest collection of Valentine cards gives every child a chance to showcase their own personalized greetings in a playful, heartfelt way. There won’t be big-box store duplicates of these floating around the classroom.”

The new Valentine’s Day collection features an assortment of designs, including adorable lollipop cards shaped as lips, mustaches and even flowers. Those looking for something even more interactive might choose finger puppets or paper airplane Valentines. “Regardless the greeting chosen," says Ferrara, "the children are sure to have fun with this collection of cards.”

See the new collection as well as Pear Tree’s full line of Valentine’s Day cards here.

About Pear Tree Greetings
Pear Tree Greetings celebrates life’s sharable moments with its unique collection of personalized, high-quality greetings and stationery made with 100-pound matte-finish card stock. With hundreds of designs for every occasion, available for purchase online for any budget, Pear Tree inspires people to stay connected with friends and loved ones.

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