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8 Lana Del Rey E-Cards To Send To Your Valentine

Love
Illustrations by Lindsay Hattrick.

Your lover, your crush, your ex, whoever

Lana Del Rey is a Gemini-Cancer cusp, and what that basically means is she's both a little bit crazy and a little bit sensitive; a hopeless romantic with masochistic tendencies. That's why, as fans may have noticed, she does sorrow and death and longing really, really well. But she's also pretty great at love. So, we thought, who better to help us celebrate our favorite commercialized holiday than the singer who sings about the L-word almost ad nauseam?

Lana doesn't always approach the topic in an over-the-top way (though she does more often than not), because love isn't always chocolate and roses; it can be messy and embarrassing, too. So, ahead, you'll find e-cards that encompass a range of feelings as well as a range of people you can send them to. A lover, a crush, that married guy you definitely shouldn't be lusting after, etc.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For The One.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For the one for now.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For your church-going crush.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For the person your friends consistently warn you about.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For the person you probably don't deserve, but were somehow blessed with anyway.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For the person you can't get off your mind.

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For… anyone? Who wouldn't want to receive this?

Illustrated by Lindsay Hattrick.

For the person you definitely shouldn't be into.

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