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Friday, January 16, 2009

i love you more than ______

Before you know it Valentines Day will be here... And when it comes, wouldn't it be nice to have your own personal valentine wishes filled with rainbows and hot cookies and the smell of fresh hyacinths?

This year paperwhite would like to get in the spirit with you in the form of a little project...

Please help then fill in the blank "i love you more than________"

Some of my personal loves:

Paperwhite says they won't be stingy and will share all the answers with you by posting them
on http://iloveyoumorethanblank.blogspot.com/ as they come in. In the meantime, they will take the responses and graphically design them into something lovely. And you know what? They are. There are tons of lovely sentiments posted every day. And a few kind of weird ones, if you know what I mean.

So please please share the love by sending Paperwhite one, or more, things you would put in second place for that special someone to: love@paperwhite-studio.com, and spread the word by forwarding this to everyone you know!

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Blogger Daisy said...

Nno one said "I love you more than coffee!" Well, there was the "sipping hot mocha on a cold day." that one counts.

16/1/09 2:10 PM  

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