In the years since the My Valentine Digital Decoration was first released, we’ve never got tired of hearing of the ways our fans have used it to bring joy to their family and loved ones.
For those not familiar, we like to think of My Valentine as an e-card on steroids. Awash in red and pink, this digital decoration savors in the spirit of the season – with candy hearts, roses, Cupid, and more.
The classic use, of course, is the Window Mode. We’ve heard multiple stories similar to Jarrett’s, who told us that his wife's car jolted to a stop when she saw the display he set up in the front window of their house.
Neighbors love it too. We recall Rhonda, who played My Valentine in her front picture window for a full two weeks because her neighbor’s son was watching the display endlessly. Referring to Rhonda, the boy said: “Mommy, that is for me because (she) loves me!”
Check out Tim Hunt’s decoration display below for a full blown sensory assault for Valentine’s Day!
Ray projected My Valentine as a Wall Mode, simply showing it on a screen behind him as he DJ’d a high school Valentine’s Day dance. How come we haven’t seen someone use a high-powered projector to display on their entire house? (Hint, hint!) Seems like that would really wow your sweetie!
And check out how Seattle’s own Evening Magazine used a wall mode display at a local restaurant for Valentine's Day!
Like all AtmosFX Digital Decorations, there are more display options than a Whitman sampler. And really, the real joy comes from surprising your loved ones with something thoughtful and different just like Gavin Thomas did below.
How are you decorating for the Valentine’s Day? We want to see it – make sure to send us your photos and videos using this easy submission form!