Hi! Is everyone ready for Valentine's Day?
This year the hubby and I are having a "romantic dinner for 5." :)
The joy of children, right?! ;)
Actually, there's no other way we'd rather spend it...
than with our little love bugs.
While I love vintage Valentine's, I don't have very many
for some reason. I thought this one was so sweet.
I especially liked the cute little rhyme inside.
It's interesting when they have writing on them.
This one was simply signed with a name on the back, "Madge Beam."
I wasn't sure the glasses below were vintage initially--they seemed
like it, but sometimes it's hard to tell with certain items, isn't it?
They each have a different love-related phrase written
on them in French.
I did a quick search on them, and all I found
was this sold listing on Etsy.
If only this set had a particular line from my favorite film, Amelie:
"I am nobody's little weasel."
I love how quirky and original it was.
Isn't that movie the best?
I sent my lovely friend Kitty a package recently,
and included this Valentine I made for her adorable dog, Bono Baby.
I'm not awesome at craft stuff, but I do enjoy doing it,
especially if there are some vintage elements involved :)
That's one of those oversized playing cards,
to give you some size perspective.
I also included this.
I'd been wondering how to use this vintage
wrapping paper in some way, because it was too cute.
Kitty's son Roscoe just turned 1, and his bedroom is done in
a circus theme. I ended up simply adhering it to canvas,
and then adding song titles from vintage sheet music to the sides.
Right before going to the thrift store where I bought this Snoboy sign,
I'd seen one just like it at an indoor rummage sale, but for a lot more.
Ah, cheapness really does pay.
A vintage candy tin to add to my collection.
I love the colors on it, so pretty.
This sweet sign really charmed me,
and I liked it even more for being inscribed with a message on the back.
Cute little bunny bib,
where were you when my little girl was a baby
and used to stick her tongue out
in just that manner?
That would've been perf.
A cute little pink basket,
to fill with?
Maybe Valentine's Day candies.
Two pins I picked up at the same sale as the bib.
Really, I think most everyone loves the word "yes."
Hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day!!
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