My sweet valentine find

The other day I just ran into an antique store, knowing I only had 15 minutes to look around.  I was so very glad I did, because I found this little box of do-it-yourself valentines, which I believe is from the '50s:
The outside of the box is charming, isn't it?
but it's the insides that made my heart sing!
Look at these heart doilies!  And die-cut stickers!
I think this may be in the top 10 of my absolute favorite finds, ever!
I'm just a little sad that I found it too late for this year's valentine swaps and all.
I hope you enjoyed seeing it as much as I enjoyed sharing it!

Comments

Sandi McLean said…
Oh Laurie! You indeed get quite a find! Can I be on your Valentine Swap list for next year LOL I haven't seen anything like this before...lucky you and thanks for sharing! Hugs,
Tammy said…
That looks like such a fun kit!
Very cute! You will have fun with it next year! Hugs, Linda
You do find the BEST things! I think I might have passed out had I come across that box. I'll be signing up to swap with you next Valentine's Day for sure!
miss lynn said…
adorable!
what a great
find, laurie!
Unknown said…
It was meant for you if you found that w/ less than 15n min! My heart skips a beat when I find stuff like this. It is so great to know other people get the same way....
Tami Hacker said…
Wished it was at my local antique store... so cute!
Kathy said…
This is an amazing find - wowza! High five, girl!
Peace said…
I think it may be in my list of your top finds ever too!! LOL! May I ask, was it less than an arm and a leg?
autena said…
What a find! It reminds me of my elementary school days. If the box were larger, it could've been the "mail box" for the class's cards.
Wendy said…
Oh Laurie, what a great find! These are some great hearts and such. I know you are doing the happy dance.......
that does it....I'm moving to CO!! You are the luckiest girl with the finds you come across! Good for you, dear Laurie, enjoy them all!
xoxo
Karen

Popular posts from this blog

Baby Jesus Candy Cane Christmas Ornament How-To

O Christmas tree, jeweled Christmas tree...

True Victorian style: black glass buttons