Monday, February 1, 2016

Valentine's Past. . .

For a hopeless romantic with a love of all things vintage,
Valentine's Day is one of my favorite Holidays!

Most years, 
I choose not to decorate for Valentine's Day.

But this year is an exception to that rule,
as I placed all my vintage Valentine's Day cards at On Crooked Creektt's Entry.

I began with an ivory cherub planter
filled with faux snowball and white lilac silk florals.

I placed my wired silver photo holder behind the cherub planter 
and filled it with my vintage Valentine Card Collection.

I, truly, should have been born in the Edwardian Era 
for this period of time has stolen my heart!

Is it any wonder that this postcard A Loving Thought 
is among my favorites of this collection???

See how much the Hallmark Card that I purchased for "Mr. Ed"
in 1970 resembles this vintage postcard?

It is a three~dimensional stand~up cut out Valentine card!

I found this adorable three~dimensional stand~up Valentine Card
while vacationing in Missouri in the 1980's.

I adore the dimensional characteristics 
and the cherubs on this petite heart shaped Valentine card.

Another favorite from a former co~worker who knew me so~o~o well!

I adore the green hues of the card that complement those same
deep green hues of the vintage counter check holder.

On Crooked Creektt's Entry is filled to the brim 
with a hopeless romantics love of all things vintage 
Valentine's Past Collection.

Until next time. . .

On Crooked Creektt will be joining

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As you visit the above host and hostesses,
may you come away filled with inspiring ideas
for use within your own home décor.
Please leave a short comment
to let each of them know how much you enjoyed their linky party.


Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Wow Pat you have some really nice vintage cards. I have always like them but only gave reproduction ones as gifts and don't even have any of my own! I'm glad you put them out and enjoyed some Valentine decorating. I like that one with the boy and girl in the egg car with the paper umbrella- so cute!

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

You do have some great vintage cards...I have a few by not nearly as many of you do. Really very lovey!

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

I love your valentine display and I too have always loved the Victorian style cards. Yours is so pretty.

Kathy Moreland said...

I love vintage cards. They look so lovely in your entry!

Maria Elena said...

What beautiful vintage cards! Perfect for Valentines. I really want to thank you for stopping by my blog and always leaving me such wonderful and kind comments. I am your new follower now. xxx Maria

Jann Olson said...

Oh, I love vintage Valentines and you have some beauties!! Your entire vignette is just wonderful. Sweet Pat, I have always loved Valentines Day, but after having a baby born on Valentines I have loved it even more! So glad that you will be sharing this for SYC.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I love vintage valentines. I see you have some I have not seen before. Hard to believe how intricate they made them. Sometimes when I find some not used I give them to family. I just don't see many I like to send these days.Thanks for sharing your pretties!

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Pat, you really went all out on this. Love those cards and the decor. I'm not a February decorator, but you might make me rethink doing it up for Valentines.

Patricia Krank said...

Oh my Pat, your cards are adorable. I think yesteryear's cards are so much cuter than those we have today. Great job displaying them too.
Happy Valentine's Day to you and Mr. Ed.

Doll in the Looking Glass said...

So many charming Valentines, Pat! Your display with the white flowers and candles really showcases them.


Christine Graves said...

What a nice welcome into your home. Love those vintage cards, they have such perfect detail. You styled them just perfectly.

Happy Valentines Day!

Art and Sand said...

Thanks for Sharing Your Cup!

All of your Valentine's are so sweet.

Have a lovely Valentine's Day.

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

Pat, I wanted to let you know, I have some blue and some grayish pottery that I might be getting rid of. Would you be interested? Let me know. Your vintage cards are so sweet!!!

Shelia said...

Hi Pat! I'm still enjoying your pretties. Thank you for popping in to see me and all of your thoughts and prayers! Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

The Charm of Home said...

What a beautiful Valentines collection you have. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!