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IPhone Valentine’S Day Card: Will You Hold My Hand(Held)?

by Paul Strauss

If you haven’t already bought a Valentine’s card for your sweetie, you’re probably screwed. But if you’re looking for an idea for next V-Day, check out this amusing iPhone inspired greeting card.


Crafter yummypocket created this clever Valentine designed to look vaguely like an actual iPhone. It measures roughly the size of the real deal, and is made from black foam, blue card stock and grey vinyl.

While the only app it runs is “I love you”, it’s also a whole lot cheaper than a real iPhone. Want to stock up for next year? Head on over to yummypocket’s Etsy shop and place your order now.

[Memo to tech geeks: If you get one of these for your girlfriend and she’s not a gadget-o-phile, it might send the message that you love your tech toys more than her. Caveat Emptor.]

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Comments (1):

  1. Kim Gerald says:

    Hey! Happy Valentines Day everyone….. Wish you all to have a very sweet moment with your loved ones.

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