"These cards are so adorably nerdy! I purchased them to give out on my daughter's behalf for her first valentine's day. We are going to make little Han Solo in carbonite chocolates out of a cool mold I have to go with them. The red envelopes totally make this card. They are the same size as the unpersonalized, jumbo box you can buy in the grocery store but much nicer."
"I browsed all the options for Valentine's day cards for kids to give to kids...and was soo pleased to see so many adorable, cute, and witty little cards tiny prints has for little boys. I had my 3.5 yr old choose his favorite and you guessed it...he picked this truck card...Initially not my first choice as I loved the penguin ones! I ordered the extra red envelopes but the white are just as cute! My son loved them once they arrived and literally was stealing them as he was running away and numbering who he's giving these to. So funny. We had a snow day and actually wrote these out and are ready for Feb 14th! We taped the cards to a gummy candy package and are ready to go out as a Valentine Delivery. These are just adorable ...and the perfect size for little hands. I loved this idea so much...I personalized my own lil cards for my Kindergarten class :)"
"This is a cute card that isn't overly cute. The train is perfect for that 2-4yo train-obsessed preschooler in your home. My 3yo son took these to daycare and they were a hit, both with his picture to personalize it and the train design kids respond to--without it being yet another commercial character."
"These were perfect for my son to give out to his friends! The card stock is a nice weight and I love the colors in the design - great for boys to give out! I "upgraded" to the red envelopes (just five cents each) - they were also a nice weight. I'm glad I chose them."
"I bought these for my daughter to give her friends on V-day. They are nice and thick and the picture is beautiful. They are as small as, if not smaller than "boxed valentines" and come with a small envelope that we added a few banana shaped candies to. Keep in mind, these cards are small and the line to write the receiving child's name is even smaller...a younger child who can write would not have much room to write their friends name...this wasnt a problem for us as my daughter is older, but just an observation!"