Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And while tagging someone in an Instagram is romantic (if you’re into public displays of affection), the cards I get from my grandmas every year are the highlights of my Valentine’s Day.
In honor of my grandmas and bubbes everywhere, here are the Jewiest cards to send to the loved ones in your life (romantic or not).
2. For your best friend/partner/anyone tbh: Drake (etsy, $5.87)
3. For the Abbi to your Ilana (or Ilana to your Abbi): “You’re my frond to the ond! (Broad City) (etsy, $4.84)
5. And for your friend who hates being single and needs some love: another Larry David card (etsy, $5.00)
6. For a younger sibling/niece/nephew/cousin (this doubles as a belated Hanukkah card for you procrastinators): I Love You A Latke (etsy, $4.00)
8. For your parents if your family is the type of family that gets cards from their dog (you know who you are): dog valentine’s day card (etsy, $3.75)
9. For the person who just loves Jeff Goldblum: Jeff Goldblum (etsy, $4)
10. For your grandparents or any other people you associate with baking delicious bread: sending you challah my love (etsy, $5)
11. For your friend who works at a Jewish organization: you’re so jewy but like in a good way ($4, etsy)
12. For that person you haven’t talked to in a while, but now is the time you feel like reaching out: Shalom Sheep (etsy, $4.50)
13. For your foodie friend: rainbow bagel (etsy, $3.50)
14. For someone you find very attractive: that tuchis though (etsy, $4)
15. Okay, maybe one for your partner…. You’re My Everything (Bagel) (Etsy, $6)