Be My Vintage Valentine

Remember all of those fun Valentine’s cards from elementory school?  Or that special note from you high school beau?  How about that sentimental card from your spouse?  Be our vintage Valentine this year and enjoy this blast from Valentine’s Days past.   Also, while you are here shop our sensational vintage valentine gifts for your somebody special or even for you.  (You deserve it!)>. 

This may be my favorite Valentine card ever.

Vintage hats

Peek-a-boo. How about that come hither grin? 

1930 starlet photo

A page from Designs by Frederick J. Garner, How to Draw Series published by Walter Foster.   A do-it-yourself vintage valentine.

From Designs by Frederick J. Garner, How to Draw Series published by Walter Foster

Vintage 1930s Joan Crawford in a fabulous heart-shaped hat.

1930s Joan Crawford photo

Love this little rhyme.

1920s greeting card

Orchid hat, but of course!

1940s Life Magazine Valentine hat

Victorian splendor.

victorian valentine's day card

In a more modern vein, I wonder if any of these Valentine’s Day kisses belong to Jayne Mansfield?

Jayne Mansfield

We’ve searched High and low finally found Madge’s perfect outfit for V-Day.

1930s valentine's day model

We hope you celebrate with your Vintage Valentine on February 14.    Here’s our Valentine’s Day card we created for you from one of the photos from the photo album of my grandmother Madge, the namesake of  Wouldn’t you love to know the story of why this women wearings pearls and a fancy hat is on a donkey?

Vintage valentine from MadgesHatbox
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  1. The assortment of valentines are so nostalgic! Love the heart hats, and “yes”, Madge, get that outfit for next year! LOL

  2. Wonderful Valentines! I enjoyed seeing them! I still have some my Grandparents gave to each other.

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