Valentine Literature Printables

(Originally posted on my previous blog in February 2012. Edited and revised just for you!)

The Husband and I both enjoy literature, and to read- so I thought it extremely fitting to give sweet quotes. The quotes I chose are the ones that I love the best, and the ones that I  feel. You might have others, but I decided to share these ones with you in case you would like to use them for your valentine. I hope you enjoy these printables.  What are printables?? Well, it just means you can click on the link below  and download, and print them on card stock to give to your favourite valentine as a card, or print on paper and frame to give to your valentine.

Forget the need to feel pressured into buying expensive items for your valentine, try and make something you know he or she will love. Putting time and work into your gift will surely please. Below I have four options for each quote, that way you can select which look you like best, choosing your favourite coloured one and with or without texture.

You may have to play with your printer settings a little to get size and colour right for your frame. I chose to print mine on matte photo paper, and my printer had a setting specifically for that. I also chose to increase the size of the image by selecting the ‘border-less’ option. You may have to work with it a bit, as I don’t know what your options are. I also chose these floating frames because I love how forgiving they are while having that matted feel.

There are 4 different options for each of the quotes below in the link at the end of this post.

“In vain have I struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.“— Jane Austen

“He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”― Emily Brontë

“We loved with a love that was more than love.”― Edgar Allan Poe

Austen printables
Brontë printables
Poe printables