Like millions of other Star Wars fans in the galaxy, we are ridiculously excited, and rather anxious, about the upcoming Disney produced Star Wars movies. This Valentines Day is the perfect time to show that special geek in your life that the force of love is strong (but avoid mentioning mitichloreans to them). While cruising through the Etsy solar system, we discovered some wonderful cards only a nerf-herder wouldn’t appreciate.
This first card sold on Etsy “You’re the Obi-Won for me” is an extremely popular card on Tatooine with over 1500 reviews. The artwork is printed on a thick 4.25×5.5 stock accompanied with a 100% recycled ivory envelope and wrapped in biodegradable packaging.
Recently debuting, this Star Wars “I love you” card employs the surprising Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens teaser launched at the end of 2014. This card is printed on a heavy card stock with a blank inside for a lengthy message or a simple “I love you.” and includes a pearl colored envelope.
This next card “Yoda one for me” by TinyBeeCards has a really clean design that captured my attention. This 4.25 x 5.5 card is printed on a premium paper stock and comes with a fitted white envelope.
Artist, designcorner, has a number of very funny love cards perfect for Valentines including this “You light up my day” card. There are also Leia, Chewbacca and Lionel Richard cards that rule. A glow stick is inserted in the cover waiting to be snapped so it can glow like a real lightsaber! Perfect for the Star Wars fan, kids or kids at heart and great for any occasion. The artist’s illustration is double mounted to quality colored textured stock.
Boba Fett is quite possibly the most significant film bounty hunter every known. Digitally printed on heavyweight 110# ivory card stock, any Star Wars fan will greatly appreciate this hand drawn card while also being the fantacular villain’s booty. With over 1500 reviews, artist Sweetgeek, prints these cards on 4.25×5.5 heavy ivory card stock accompanied with an envelope.
This clever “I know” Star Wars card by SARNSTIE will likely register with fans and non-fans. Inside, the card lets the receiver know this mean “I Love You” in Star Wars language. One of my personal favorites, this 5.5 X 4 card is handmade and printed using Epson archival ink.
Clearly, there are hundreds to thousands more cards on Etsy related to Star Wars. We hope these cards help get those brain juices flowing for our fellow artists who wish to create and print new ideas celebrating our rejuvenated interest in the most prolific science fiction franchise of our generation.