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Download our Valentine’s cards and spread the SEGA love!

We made some special freebies, with the help of our illustrator buddies, for you to download since Valentine’s day is close. So how about sharing the SEGA love with your dearest along with some proper #segapickuplines involved? You can thank us at our twitter if you get lucky or get extra points with you date!

Download the following that suits you best for the occasion. If you get stuck to properly print and cut them, we left instructions at the bottom of this post. In case you don’t have Adobe Acrobat or Reader you can download it here, you will need it to open the .PDF files of each card.

BAYONETTA CARD BY ALE SALCIDO

Ale Salcido (twitter: @galletasydulces ) made this gorgeous Bayonetta card to share, download it by clicking here.

Bayonetta Valentine's Card by Ale Salcido

SONIC CD CARD BY DIANA ITZEL

Amy and Sonic are always on spotlight since Sonic CD times, so sonic fan Diana itzel (twitter: @XibalbaPiixan) made this cute card, download it by clicking here.

Sonic CD Valentine's Card by Diana Itzel

TOE JAM & EARL FRIENDSIHIP CARD BY KÖPKE

I couldn’t help it, Jammin’ brosome magic can be in card too, so I made this TJ&E card, download it by clicking here. My twitter is @kopke, btw.Toe Jam and Earl Valentine's Card by Köpke

SPACE CHANNEL 5 BY VANNESA CORTÉS

Vannesa Cortés (twitter: @vannesaco ) made this #segapickuplines phrase and a Simpsons episode reference on her card, download it by clicking here.

Ulala Valentine's card by Vannesa Cortés

SONIC BOOM CARD BY KÖPKE

It’s me again, and I took Stephen Frost’s request to include the recently announced Sonic Boom game on the card, hope you guys use the phrase too! Download it by clicking here.

Sonic Boom Valentine's day card by Köpke

INSTRUCTIONS

Print the front page on the white card paper that fits on your printer by telling Adobe Reader to just print the 1st page on the printing menu. Flip your paper on the printer paper tray once the cover is done, then tell it to print the 2nd page, be sure to check the side your printer releases the paper so you don’t screw each side of the card.

Once this is done, you’ll need a ruler, a cutter, and a surface to scratch. Align the ruler using the cross marks printed on the edges of each side of the card, cut from side to side. If you have problem with cutters, you can trace a line with a pencil from point to point and use scissors too! There is some space bleed on the print so you won’t miss. Fold the paper in half using the printed dotted line as a reference on each point for it. Fill in with a pen or marker what you want to say in the card, and it’s done!

Don’t forget to tweet us your card pics today, here’s our twitter account. BTW, tomorrow we will be spreading the love with some of site friends like RadioSEGA, TSSZ, and SSF1991, so bring your best #segapickuplines on twitter!

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