Love is in the air. Asterisks love each other and belong together. As Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty once said:
"When you use the asterisk as a footnote symbol, it shows that you are planning to comment on something at the bottom of the page. You’ve made a promise, so you’d better keep it. The first rule for using asterisks is, if you use one, make sure the reference starts at the bottom of the same page.
Unfortunately often, advertisements will have an asterisk that doesn’t refer to anything on the page. It leaves you wondering what the restrictions are. If the ad reads 'Zombie Repellant, 20% off,*' and the asterisk refers to nothing, you wonder whether the discount only applies on certain days or for certain people. Does the discount apply if the zombie apocalypse has already begun? Are zombies themselves excluded from the offer?"
If you, too, are a grammar lover and cherish the promise you make when you use an asterisk, this is the card for you – be it to express your love for another person or for language itself.
The A6 card is made from beautiful matt, uncoated, recycled paper (350 gsm) and comes with a brown Kraft envelope. The card is blank on the inside to give you plenty of room for your own words.
Size: 105 x 148 mm (A6)
Materials: Recycled Paper, Ink, Kraft Paper Envelope, Love