The inclusion of honeycomb tissue into valentine cards was introduced by German printers in the early 1900's. This honeycomb valentine incorporates the red tissue, which was used most often in these cards. Standing to the left of the honeycomb are a young boy, dressed in red, and a young girl, dressed in yellow. They are attempting to move a large vase of forget-me-nots. The verse tucked in the right side of the honeycomb, in front of the mushrooms reads: To my Valentine/If you love me as/I love you, no Knife/Can cut our love in two.