Print it: a vintage-style Valentine card | How About Orange

February 01, 2010

Print it: a vintage-style Valentine card

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17 comments:

Andrea said...

Blessings and prayers,
andrea

Grandma G said...

Now that's an interesting font. I know somebody who used to write like that in elementary school. ;)

Jess said...

Ha. At least back then it was somewhat legible.

The Glamorous Housewife said...

Oh, that is a really lovely card.

Thanks doll,
The Glamorous Housewife

Grandma G said...

It was VERY legible (remember your penmanship awards?) 'back then'. Today... well.... I can still read it... usually......

Nah, it's not that bad. Just very different from what it used to be. :)

Morgan said...

i love this thanks for posting it!

Tati Campêlo said...

Estou divulgando meu novo blog
www.gastronomiaefotografia.blogspot.com
Se puder da uma passada lá!

Atenciosamente
Tati

publicknitting said...

Printing it now! That is so cute and now I don't have to buy a stupid, sappy halmark valentine's card that doesn't say anything close to what I want it to. (But makes me feel like I should spend the money because if I just write a heart on printer paper, it looks like I didn't try.)

secret cake said...

Very nice and not too cutesy-- finally!

Thanks so much for sharing.

Christy said...

oh so adorable! So happy February is here!

shery said...

nice card

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Packaging supplier said...

This delightful pyramage vintage Valentine card topper with bold romatic colours will certainly make a beautifully individual handcrafted card.

ILikePaperCutting said...

Happy Valentine's to you.

IQ said...

Vintage Valentine's cards are so romantic!

adult furry art said...

So sweet..wish I get one as well.

wedding bouquets said...

This is really pretty..I will make some next time.

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