You don't need to be a scientist or biology lab enthusiast to appreciate the sweetest collection of Valentine's Day cards recently launched by The Luxe Project (a new initiative that gets creatives to collaborate with Luxe by MOO with proceeds going to good causes.)
The 'Love Cells' hand-drawn Valentine's Day card collection by Stefan Bucher features 10 designs with adorable minuscule almost-hidden hearts and clean bursts of color. "Love changes everything. It makes your whole body recreate itself into a better, sweeter you. Love gets into your cells," he says on his site.
The fun collection of cards comes together to make architectural compositions of colors, which can be rearranged into different arrangements. But the commendable thing about these cards and their matching envelopes is that 100% of the profits go to Bucher's choice of charity -- in this case, it's ShelterBox USA.
"Their mission to provide shelter, warmth, and dignity to disaster and conflict survivors also comes with an edict to provide transparency to their donors, a value I hold in high regard," says Bucher.
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