Love is in the air. And in people’s smiles (behind their masks) and on paper because valentines are a grand tradition. Everybody likes frilly red and pink and white creations filled to the brim with love!
St. Valentine had a good idea way back when. Hallmark had another in 1913 when it started selling valentines. And the rest is history.
Ask any school kid who’s busy making valentines (instead of making mischief) for 21 classmates while begging their mother for enough candy for everyone while making fudge early in the morning to surprise their mom who of course won’t know how the kitchen got so messy when she wasn’t there.
We have a better idea. Save the kitchen and share the love with some NWFF creations in an NWFF gift box accompanied by a handmade paper valentine at no extra charge. St. Valentine would approve. Hallmark might be jealous.
Best of all, there’s a whole lot of love and gourmet treats to choose from.