I've marked down all of my Vintage Valentine's Day cards. These can be used for scrapbooking, decoupage and other decorative crafts. All Vintage Valentine Cards can be found here.
Stand Up Valentine's Day Card for a Nice Big Boy Hobo Bear
Valentine's Day Card for a Boy. This is a large stand up Valentine's Day card. It reads "A Valentine for a Nice Big Boy. The card features a hobo bear with some slightly fuzzy hearts. It was Made in The USA. It is approx. 8 1/2" tall x 7 7/8" across. There is some bumps and dinging to the card. The back has been written on. It also has some slight discolorations.
Vintage Valentine Cards Walt Disney Minnie Mouse Donald Duck Winnie The Pooh Snoopy
Vintage Walt Disney Valentine Cards. This is a set of 6 vintage Valentine's Day Cards. 5 of them are Walt Disney. There are 3 with Minnie Mouse, 1 for Daisy and Donald Duck and 1 with Winnie The Pooh and Eeyore. The 6th card is Snoopy and Woodstock. This card is dated 1965. The Snoopy card is approx. 4" across x 2 3/4". Pooh is approx. 3 7/8" tall x 3" across. Donald is approx. 4" across x 3 1/4" tall. The 2 smaller Minnie's are approx. 3 1/2" tall x 2" across. The largest Minnie is approx. 5 1/4" tall x 2 3/8" across. All cards have been used. There are folds present along with some discolorations and writing.
Floppy Ear Dog Valentine's Day Card For Dad Vintage Hallmark
Floppy Ear Dog Valentine's Day Car. This vintage Hallmark card features a floppy ear dog in which you can pull on the tab and raise his ears. The card says For You, Daddy. It has been used. The card is approx. 8 3/4" x 4". There is some wear and discolorations.
You can turn them into a wreath or make a banner or display all on old lattice. These ideas I found on Pinterest and are linked to the pins. Feel free to share what you do with your Vintage Valentine's Cards!
What to do with those old wood boxes?
There's just something about old wooden storage boxes that catches my eye. I'm not sure if it's the thought of what was once stored in them or what I could possibly store in them myself. And there's so much more to do with them then just leaving them as is.
Vintage Cigar Boxes
Old wood cigar boxes have charm on there own. They would look wonderful as it on a desk or side table storing trinkets or other important items. However, you could also jazz them up and use a cigar box as a jewelry box or wall shadow box arrangement.
Vintage Cheese Boxes
How wonderful are those long narrow cheese boxes or sewing machine drawers? You could leave those as is and add flowers for a centerpiece or add vintage kitchen items for a display shelf.
Industrial Wood Boxes
I've come across a lot of wood storage boxes which were used for industrial needs. They originally held factory parts or nails and other industrial goodies. These would look awesome displayed by themselves but could also have a lot of other purposes. Mix and match different style of wood boxes to create your own display.