The PDF includes the madlib (above) and a cute heart pattern for the back of your card (designed by yours truly). I ran a sheet of cardstock through my printer twice (once for the front, and once for the back), and then cut it out. Enjoy!
Madlibs remind me of the grade school days when we’d come home with a shoebox full of special messages and candy. Around here, we’ve upgraded from conversation hearts and red hots to chocolate mousse. I have all my ingredients ready to go.
By the way, if you are looking for a good chocolate mousse recipe, Hershey’s Chocolate Lover’s Mousse for Two is my go-to recipe when I’m short on time and don’t want to fuss with the egg yolks. It uses 1/2 tsp of gelatin instead and makes just enough for 2. However, if you are craving the real thing, I can also vouch for Martha Stewart’s bittersweet chocolate mousse. Extra work, but extra good…
Do you do anything special for Valentine’s Day?