Some people wear their hearts on their sleeves, others cut them out of post-its and put them on cats. (It's a unique circumstance, admittedly.) We had to know—how are our favorite designers and bloggers sharing the love this Valentine's Day?
It looks like the way to @MicheleVarian
's heart is through her stomach. Would it kill her to send some of these sweet sugar cookies over to the Lonny
Everything was simpler in elementary school, including handwritten valentines àla @clothandkind
's tiny followers.
This goat-cheese-and-caramelized-onion focaccia by @EddieRoss
gives DIY valentine a whole new meaning.
Single this year? How about a rousing game of Post It-ing the heart on the cat, courtesy of @fieldguided
A traditional shape gets a modern makeover in these laser-cut valentines by Ellen Weldon
Of course, no one ever turned down a good old-fashioned box of chocolates. @younghuh
Sometimes a heart-shaped valentine is less about the card and more about the messenger.@esteestanley
Eat your heart out. Take another little piece of my heart. Everybody's got a hungry heart. (How far can we go with this theme?) @claire_fivestory
And last, but not least: if you like it then you should just put a heart on it. Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! @OneKingsLane