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Too lazy to go buy a card? Facebook makes sending Valentine’s Cards easy

14 Feb 17

Facebook is inviting loved-up users to share a Valentine’s Card to their friends via their own Timeline or a friend’s Timeline.

The cards were created by Facebook artists, as well as external artists from New York and London, who incorporated a mixture of styles to’ capture the many things Valentine's Day could mean to you’.

User will be given the option to select from a set of custom-designed cards, after which they can send to their would-be Valentine.

Valentine’s is proving to be a popular event for Facebook users, with the social media network seeing a spike in declarations of L.O.V.E.

According to Facebook, the social media site saw a 25% lift of engagement life events created in the week of Valentine’s last year, compared to the prior two weeks.

The cards are available on Facebook to send now.

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