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David Hyams is hoping for a successful Valentine's Day

    If you are planning to send a Valentine's Day card this year, don't just write your feelings: say them. This is the message from David Hyams, the UK director of a new online greeting card company.

    Voice Your Feelings, launched last week, enables you to send a card with a personalised recorded message, or perhaps just a kiss. You can even sing your message. Mr Hyams, who lives in north London, tells People: "We know it will be popular with the Jewish community. Valentine's Day is a world-wide event for people to share their love. It's not really a religious occasion." Besides, he says: "Jews are good talkers so this type of card is perfect for them." Lovers can visit the site, select their design and record their message, which can be sent as a card or via Facebook.

    VoiceYourFeelings.co.uk

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