Monday, January 11, 2010

Bella Vintage Valentines


Hello! Today we are sharing three adorable vintage valentines with you.

These all have a similar feel. The one above and the one below are dated 1937.

The one below is dated 1938 and all three belonged to a girl named Mary Jo.


These are fun and the colors are still vibrant.
Wishing you love and joy!
Twyla and Lindsey



24 comments:

Julie said...

Thank-you, my dear friends, for more adorable Valentines! I love these! Excited to do something with them...and even more excited to see what YOU do with them! I know there's some wonderful projects coming up!!!

Hope you have a wonderful night--I'm finally off to bed!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Good morning, girls! I just love how the different eras have their own "feel" to them! ♥

LiLi M. said...

Thanks!! These are just too good to be true. I haven't catched up with my 'homework', neither with reading blogs hehehe, but when I do and I start crafting with these, I will surely put the result(s) on my blog and link to you ladies! Thanks again!

Mrs Twins said...

Hi Twyla and Lindsey!
I just love these cards. I do wish they were like this nowadays! Beautiful post. This is what you've been working on!
I love the little girl sitting in the chair on the previous post, knitting how cute is that! You have some lovely things to keep and treasure.
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs and Love Suex

~Tonja~ said...

Oh my what sweet cards...love them...
you girls are so sweet to share your wonderful vintage goodies..Thank you
Have a Blessed day...
Sweet Blessings...
Tonja

becky said...

How cute! I cant believe 1937 wow very vintage.My favorite is the last one 1938 so sweet.

SparkleFarkle said...

THREE WORDS: A Dor Able! Yep, simply adorable! And I wholeheartedly agree with Mrs Twins: they don't make 'em like they use to!

Thanks for these lovelies!

P.S. Thank you, too, for blog-dropping by the other night and leaving thoughtful and soothing words about ZuZu. Your kindness is much appreciated.

mimi said...

Good morning girls :)
Thank you so much for these lovely images. I have already saved them and can't wait to make something fun with them. We have more snow on the way today so looks like another creative day. Thank you again!!!!!
Fondly
Mimi~

Shelley said...

Oh my,I am so over due visiting you girls....I had so much fun catching up on your blog and seeings all your wonderful treasures....I see Jackie send you some Barbie treasures Lindsey..she and I have been friends and Pen Pals for a very long time...she is such a blessing to me. I am so glad she decided to start her own blog and meet all you gals. She has so much wonderful things to share just as you two do as well...thanks for sharing your precious Valentines...they are so sweet...have a blessed week......

LeeAnn said...

These are sooo cute!

Julie said...

Thank you for sharing the Valentines with us! I love remembering all the Valentines I gave out as a kid!

Jacqueline said...

Very well preserved from 1938. The charm radiates off the page. So cute. The one thing I know when I come to your blog is that I get a very healthy dose of happy, I need that daily!

Dogwood said...

Love the little valentince with the girl and the kitty-kat. Very vintage!

Thanks...

Scrap for Joy said...

Ever notice that on these Vintage Valentine cards-even the animals are the cutest? I have your button on my blog...can't wait to see your cards every day. Thanks so much girls!

Florence and Mary said...

They are just too adorable for words!

Victoria xxx

Protector of Vintage said...

I could gaze at old valentines for hours. Thanks for posting them....so cute!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Very sweet! Makes me happy to see these pretty cards! Enjoy your week!

Margaret Cloud said...

I just love vintage anything but these are adorable Valentines. On my blog under my pictures, I have put my vintage Valentines from a boy I liked very much.

Celestial Charms said...

Thank you ladies...you are both so generous. I love these valentines, so much. All three are so cute.
Maureen

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

I'm in love. With those three valentines. Weak-kneed in love.
Brenda

Suzie Button said...

So cute! Suzie

Linda said...

These are just delightful...such sweetness!

Shirley said...

The valentines remind me of the ones that we use to have a long time ago. I have some that date back into the late 40's and early 50's. I think ours was so cute back then. I love Vintage art and use it on my blog a lot. Take care

Auntie Cake said...

Do you know how often I wish for a really good printer when looking at your blog??? Oh, I so need one... You girlies have the best images that you share. And so many of them!!! So cute!
Kate