This post bought to you by the letter V and the number 14

Valentine’s day schmalentine’s day….we have bah humbug feelings at craftapalooza about VD day (yes, yes, those non believers will be snickering at this point, the believers should possibly skip the rest of this post).

That’s why I went for the anatomically correct heart and not the symbolic one over at fd’s flickr toys.

But if you’re one of those hopeless romantics, get on over and create the schmaltzy symbolic heart….

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Otherwise get on over and find out what your candy heart says…


Your Candy Heart Says "Get Real"


You’re a bit of a cynic when it comes to love.
You don’t lose your head, and hardly anyone penetrates your heart.

Your ideal Valentine’s Day date: is all about the person you’re seeing (with no mentions of v-day!)

Your flirting style: honest and even slightly sarcastic

What turns you off: romantic expectations and "greeting card" holidays

Why you’re hot: you don’t just play hard to get – you are hard to get

Yep that about sums up my feelings or what I’d like you to believe…

Love this

CafePress are having an anti valentine design competition and win an IPOD

Wikipedia – Valentine’s Day

Umm..doesn’t stop this unromantic from making biscuits for VD loving work colleagues, with pink icing in a heart shape though, does it.

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Happy VD day!

5 thoughts on “This post bought to you by the letter V and the number 14

  1. lisa says:

    i have never actually heard your voice, but am convinced i know what you sound like because i read your posts. and this post made me laugh and wish that you could come over for a little black hearts party with me tomorrow evening, perhaps we could have a drink and a laugh.

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  2. Kelli says:

    Oh Nicole! I wish you lived closer. I am having a bunch of single girlfriends over tonight and we are going to drink wine, bake a cake and enjoy each other’s company. I hope you have a wonderful day that surprises you!

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  3. jacqueline says:

    Oh… I was born into loving Valentines Day. My father would wrap a special Valentine (usually a Sees Candy Heart) and a mushy daughter card and put it at my place at breakfast. He did this every year and I loved it. I felt like a princess. That feeling is unmatchable.

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