be my vintage valentine?

2.13.2011

a little more valentine decorating


a few vintage valentines from an estate sale, taped onto a strings of ribbon


happy sunday!

10 comments :

  1. Put a copper coin in your vase of tulips - It'll stop them from drooping over :)


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  2. that's funny, I made the exact same thing today! Except my "vintage" valentines were not nearly as cool. They were die-cut reproductions from a pack of scrapbook supplies. Lucky you to find some real ones!
    -A

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  3. those are so awesome! not sure i'd fine cool stuff like that at estate sales around here :(

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  4. I'll admit, I'm so not into all the v-day decorations happening in blogland right now, but this is very cute. (as is your vintage hankie pillows.)

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  5. Oh my...what a nice find on these Vintage Valentines! I love it!

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  6. love the cute banner Anna! and love seeing a peek into your home. :D

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  7. The banner is adorable! I love vintage cards. I also love that wall color -- have you shared it here? (Or would you)?
    Thanks!
    ~Angela~

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  8. What a great find!!

    happy Valentine's day :)

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  9. I love this idea. I always think I'd like to buy vintage Valentines when I find them, but I never know what I would do with them. Now I do. Thanks!

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  10. That would be cute for vintage Christmas cards, too. Maybe strung up the wall in a tree shape. Love your ideas!

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