Category: #valentinesday

  • Valentine’s Day 2021 –

      Planning a romantic Valentine’s Day, during a pandemic, doesn’t sound like it could be much fun, but it is possible to celebrate with your significant other and stay safe. Here are few ideas to get you started: 1. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, plan a romantic meal for two. In bed or decorate a special […]

  • Free Social Media Content Calendar – February 2021 –

    Vital Imagery is dedicated to making your content marketing the best it can be. Each month we will be preparing a social media content calendar to help with your social media posts and marketing. You will have access to a calendar filled with special dates, holidays, #hashtags and links to images that would be great […]

  • Getting Creative for Valentine’s Day

    For our second Cricut project we decided to see if we could create a layered design from card stock for Valentine’s Day. We chose image #1800685 from for our basic design. Because the image has extra layers to simulate shadows and shading we first removed those in Adobe Illustrator. We also removed the floating […]

  • Vintage Valentine Images, Quotes and Messages

    Source: Vintage Valentine’s are popular again. We have a great assortment of charming and whimsical images that feature children, animals and more. Print and share with everyone you know. Valentine’s are not just shared with your loved one or crush. They can be shared with family and friends that are also dear to you. […]

  • Valentine’s Gnomes and more

    Clipart ID: #1891730 Valentines images for teachers, scrapbooks, print projects, crafter’s, blogs, emails, classroom lessons, social media content, marketing and more… Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day Photo Valentine’s Day Clipart and Photo Images Gnomes are known as symbols of good luck. Originally, gnomes were thought to provide protection, especially of buried treasure and […]

  • Is it a Time of Year You Enjoy or Dread? Valentine’s Day

     Valentine’s Day The holiday is said to have origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius I, replaced Lupercalia with St. Valentine’s Day. It came to be celebrated as a day of romance from about the 14th century. The Catholic Church recognizes at least […]

  • 8,000 Romantic Photos

    Ah, romance. Admit it. You like it. Even if you think you don’t. I’ve always maintained that if you say you don’t,  it’s because you don’t want the pressure of being romantic, or you think it  costs an inordinate amount of cash to do so. Because, as far as being on the receiving end of […]