Thursday, January 20, 2011

A Vintage Valentine Love Letter: Free Printable Paper and How To's



Sharpen those pencils... and get out the thesaurus, it's time to start crafting your Valentine love letter to that special someone! Below is a vintage-style printable love letter paper, just for you as well as some love letter writing tips gleaned from around the web.

Free Printable Vintage Valentine Love Letter Paper by B.Nute productions

Instructions for Making Vintage Valentine Love Letter Paper
1. Select each link above, and print out the page on an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper.Try using a linen finish, to add some richness to the look.
2. Get out your pen, and start writing!
3. Seal with a kiss and give to a loved one.

Printable items are copyright protected, and provided free of charge by B.Nute productions for personal use only. B.Nute's printables can not be sold, altered, or provided for download on any other site. For questions or inquiries, please contact B.Nute productions.


Tips for Writing a Love Letter
Across the web are many sites that give tips for writing a love note to that special someone. At first, I may say, don't use any of it, just write from your heart, and it will perfect... but then once I dove in to the content, I found there were some very helpful tips! Here's a summary:

Content Ideas
Write about reasons why you fell in love - possibly the moment... or the time in your life. Recall some special moments, specific memories. Mention qualities in your partner that sets him/her apart. Describe how meeting this person changed your life for the better.


Use Nice Stationery
Well, duh! Many sites suggest this, hence, the lovely love letter printable paper above!

Make it a Keepsake
Be sure to date the love letter and sign it too! Think of that box that he'll/she'll be saving with all your letters that someday will be discovered by a great great grandchild, a date in the past will make the letter even more precious.

The Delivery
Don't forget how you'll actually give this letter to that special someone. Of course, just handing to them is great, but what about something more special-- hide it in an unexpected place, mail it, leave it somewhere he/she may never expect you to be (say on his desk at work, yet you don't work at the same place...)

Some More Love Letter Links
Romantic Love Letters
Get Romantic: Write a Love Letter in 6 Easy Steps
Letter Writing Guide: Writing a Love Letter
Love Letter Samples

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