Personalized Cards and/or Envelopes - Order by the Piece
When ordering imprinted items, enter the total number of cards (not packages) you want to order in the box below. It does not have to be a multiple of the package quantity, but it does have to be at least 20.
Imprint pricing includes the cards and envelopes. If you order stock cards above and imprinted cards, you will receive and be charged for both.
The price calculated below includes cards, envelopes, and imprinting fees.
When you imprint either Cards, envelopes, or both, they will appear as separate items in your cart.
Select Imprinting option:
cards and envelopes
20 piece minimum.
Size (in inches):
5 x 7 (A-7)
Celebrating God's Love on St. Valentine's Day
Inside Left Panel: Saint Valentine The stories of St. Valentine are many and varied. In fact, history recognizes three saints known as Valentine, all of whom were martyrs for the sake of Christ. Their lives give witness to the deeper meaning of this celebration that goes far beyond today’s secular symbols and customs: “The love of our Lord…is a sacrificial, selfless, and unconditional love…that each Christian is called to express in his own life, for God and neighbor. Clearly, St. Valentine—no matter which one —showed such a love, bearing witness to the faith in his dedication as a priest and in the offering of his own life in martyrdom. On this Valentine's day…each person should offer again his love to the Lord, for only by doing so can he properly love those who are entrusted to his care and any other neighbor. Never forget Jesus said, ‘This is my commandment: love one another as I have loved you. ‘There is no greater love than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends’. ” (John 15:12-13) Rev. William P. Saunders, Ph.D., Columnist, the Arlington Catholic HeraldInside Right Panel: In the true spirit of this day, sending you the love that Christ would have us share with him and with one another. God’s richest blessings be yours on this special day!
Painting of St. Valentine in red vestments, holding a palm branch in one hand and a sword in the other. The design is within a red, heart-shaped frame. The story of St. Valentine and the true meaning of this day is printed on the inside left panel.