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  • Rikki Donovan

    Love it! Funny Valentine card - Not sent from my iPhone pixelated heart - red, pink, white. $4.00, via Etsy.

  • Glenda Campos

    Red Letter Paper Company: Not Sent from My iPhone Card and this is why snail mail is the best

  • Deb Byram

    Funny Valentines card 25 Beautiful Valentines Day Card Ideas 2014

  • Theresa Lockwood

    Not sent from my iPhone paper card

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    Ha! Not sent from my iPhone paper heart card $4

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