Several years ago at the World’s Longest Yardsale, Dad and I visited a favorite vendor who had a suitcase full of vintage and antique Valentine’s Day cards AND they were a very good price. We stood over that suitcase reading cards for over an hour. They were just so dearly worded with sweet images printed. I purchased a good deal of them and had to walk away before we even went through them all.
This clock one is my favorite! “You got the nicest WORKS of anyone I know!”
I list a few on Etsy each year. The mechanical ones seems to sell quickly but I’m more drawn to the simple ones with sweet captions.
I brought them out today and set up in a sunny window in my newly painted craft room and took some pictures of my favorites. I gathered some other goodies and enjoyed making little vignettes while sipping a cup of coffee. Honeycomb cards. Mechanical cards.Those from my generation.
I particularly like the dutch cards. A few donkey ones from my dad.
This amazing Victorian one is from Germany.
with desperate words. On this day set aside for Love, I hope you are able to share it with someone you love.
I love you, treasured and destined dear friend xox
Soooo sweet and I love old cards as well! What a nice collection you have. As usual, thank you for sharing, get excited every time I see a new post!
You are the best Valentine I have ever made
Very lovely. Deddy’s comments are the best :)