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Styled like a grade school Valentine, Corina Dross recontextualizes the classic Smiths lyrics from "Sheila, Take a Bow" to create a stunning card that works as an inspirational ode to being who you are and finding your fellow freaks.  

Printed on crisp 110 lb ivory cardstock, bordered in red, with To and From on the reverse side.

"I don't know where we are headed but I'm glad we're going there together." From Portland children's book illustrator, Kate Berube.

Drawn in brown ink and watercolor. Blank greeting card printed with photo quality ink jet printer on acid free off-white watercolor paper, with a white envelope.

Styled like a grade school Valentine, Corina Dross recontextualizes the classic Smiths lyrics from "Ask" to create a striking card that reminds us what our options look like.

Printed on crisp 110 lb ivory cardstock, bordered in red, with To and From on the reverse side.

The anti-valentine, any time of the year. From Portland children's book illustrator, Kate Berube.

Blank greeting card printed with photo quality ink jet printer using archival ink on a warm cream watercolor paper, with a white envelope.

Last one! Two lovers courting in the moonlight. The cover image beautifully wrapping around to the back.

The inside has a Shakespeare verse from Merchant of Venice: “How sweet the moonlight upon this bank!/ Here will we sit, and let the sounds of music/Creep in our ears: soft stillness and the night/Become the touches of sweet harmony.”

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Styled like a grade school Valentine, Corina Dross recontextualizes the classic Smiths lyrics from "Handsome Devil" to create a brilliantly attractive card for all the sexy book lovers.

Printed on crisp 110 lb ivory cardstock, bordered in red, with To and From on the reverse side.

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Eight (anytime) Valentines of recontextualized Smiths lyrics. Deviance, angst, and longing, in the familiar format of a grade school Valentine.

One of each design, printed on ivory stock, bordered in red, with To and From on reverse. Packaged in a vinyl sleeve with cardboard to keep them safe in transit.

Styled like a grade school Valentine, Corina Dross recontextualizes the classic Smiths lyrics from "There is a Light That Never Goes Out" to create an adorable card that mixes love, death, and dedication together into one sentiment.

Printed on crisp 110 lb ivory cardstock, bordered in red, with To and From on the reverse side.

Being very forward. From Portland children's book illustrator, Kate Berube.

Drawn in brown ink and watercolor. Blank greeting card printed with photo quality ink jet printer on acid free off-white watercolor paper, with a white envelope.