Every year, you stress out over what to get that special someone for your anniversary. It has been 4 years, and you have already given her every piece of jewelry you could afford. Chocolates are out because of her new fitness program, and she is allergic to roses. It seems like there are two options left- that lab/retriever mix puppy that she has visited every day at the pet store for the last week, or making her a super romantic card on your inkjet printer with your multi-colored ink cartridges, such as Canon CLI-221C ink. I suggest the latter.
Head to the local supplies store and pick up the right kind and size of paper and be sure you have backup ink, like HP 88 Yellow ink cartridges incase one of the colors runs out. The key to making this card is to put thought into it, after all, she says that all she wants anyway. The front should be a picture of the two of you, perhaps surrounded by some romantic clipart. Maybe some roses and hearts, or maybe just some little phrases like “I love you” and “happy anniversary”.
Once the front of the card is finished, you need to use your inner softy to write her a message that will move her to tears. Sometimes, just simply writing how you feel and how lucky you are is good enough. But if you have the ability, maybe you should attempt a little poetry.
“Roses are red, violets are blue; the best day of my life is every new day with you.”
It has been 4 years that she has loved you unconditionally, and it is time for you to make her understand how much it means and how grateful you are. Use your printer and top-notch ink, like Brother LC61M ink to express your love in a heartfelt, personalized anniversary card. She will certainly appreciate it, especially if you can get the lab/retriever mixed puppy to carry it to her in his mouth.