In a time when everyone worries that the demand for print and paper has declined, Valentine's Day is a welcome example of why the world still needs print.
A display of affection and appreciation- whether it be of friendship, of parent to child, or of romantic love- certainly loses its impact if it's sent in digital form. After all, how meaningful can the words "I Love You" be in a text? How can one compare the emotional impact of an email to the receipt of a physical card with a loving sentiment?
There is no substitute here for real paper and print.
And, as these creative wall and window displays illustrate, paper (with a little help from adhesive, die-cutting, stamping and punching), when used in multiples, can even say "love" to a broader audience.
And, what can be better than a little (or big) love?