I have a strange obsession with Valentine's Day, but it's not one of those "I'm-a-girl-and-love-Valentine's-Day-for-romantic-gestures" things. Really, I just think Valentine's Day stuff is super cute. I love shopping for Valentine's Day things — heart-patterned washi tape, glittery pens, unicorn salt shakers, heart-shaped everything, adorable stationary, etc. I'll buy it all! Don't even get me started on the super cute party supplies (I have a problem buying excessive amounts of napkins). It's just a very adorable holiday and I love to partake.
Really, I see Valentine's Day as more about friendship than romance — doing sweet things like writing cards or bringing cookies to a friend. Also, I love it for indulging in chocolates I bought for myself, but that's besides the point. So, when I saw these seriously awesome conversation heart cookies from Lovely Indeed, I knew they needed to happen. I thought they were cute and sassy and yeah, I had just bought a cookie stamp set that I'd been dying to use, so here we go! (Also: she has these totally amazing quotable "Elf" cookies along the same lines that you totally have to file away for Chrismastime!)
And then something fun happened while I was making them — I had leftover dough and was like, "What would happen if I combined these?" Because marbling is to trendy right now, y'all. And then they looked so cute that I decided to scrap most of the cookies I had already rolled out and marble them, too. So many trends here, guys. Pop culture phrases! Neon colors! Marbling! You really can't go wrong whether you whip these out for the Galentine's Day party you're hosting, bring them to the office with passive aggressive messages, or eat them alone while watching Grease: Live. You can never go wrong with cookies.