The Scarleteens Valentine's Day E-Cards Targets Adolescences

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 11, 2014 • References: scarleteen & neatorama
Hallmark cards are good and all, but the Scarleteens Valentine's Day E-Cards show just how mundane and cliche they can be. Especially when it comes to teenagers who have the 'it's complicated' status ticked off in Facebook (that is, if they still even use Facebook). There is often so much going on in their minds and hearts that a traditional Valentine's Day card just won't cut it. That's where this collection comes in handy.

Illustrated by artist Isabella Rotman, the Scarleteens Valentine's Day E-Cards address everything from friends with benefits to abstaining adolescents and even relationships that haven't been defined yet. With fourteen e-cards to choose from, a teen is bound to find something that will suit his or her unique situation. Stats for Alternate Romance Greetings Trending: Older & Mild
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