Today was Valentine's Day at the Barn! Come, let me share with you my finds and some vintage Valentines for you!
In the middle of the heap is a really large Valentine Tree. I plan on repainting the wrought iron a shabby white and hanging Valentines from it.
Vintage hearts are so pretty, but so hard to come by inexpensively. I got this beauty for $3.50!
This extra-large heart will be perfect for filling with Valentine goodies for Mary. She's a girlie-girl and loves all types of ribbons and lace.
For $1.50, I figured I could use the plastic flowers from this heart for other projects. But if Mary sees it, she'll probably take it as her own.
I'm pretty sure this a reproduction, but I loved the graphics and often use tins for storage. For 50 cents, who am I to complain?!
Puffy glittered-golden hearts to decorate the Valentine tree - 25 cents each.
For 50 cents, a box of Snoopy Valentines for Mary and Nicolai.
What luck! I had been searching for an oval-shaped picture frame for a while now. At $1.50, score!
This was my biggest surprise of them all - packs of vintage, unused Valentines for 50cents each! Each pack contained 4-5 Valentines! And the fun was not knowing what was inside until I got home.
Here they are! I picked out the cutest ones for you to use for your own art projects. Enjoy!