Thursday, January 28, 2010

Valentine boxes

I wanted share these adorable little
Valentine boxes that I bought
the other day at Winnie and
Tulula's. Liz and Fran were bringing
in a lot of Valentine goodies, we
were buying them as quick as
they were bringing them in,
there were even a couple of ladies
that were buying cards before they
could even get inside the store with
them. Speaking of Valentines, we will be
haveing a few giveaways for Valentines
in February, I'll post more about it
after I get back from Canton next week.


Sweet Magnolias Farm said...

I love your valentine boxes sweet and pretty ... !!! Winnie and Tulula's is such a cute place ..with Great Finds...we stopped in there in October last year while on a trip to visit family in Tyler. How great to have such a fun place to shop and sell so near.

I love canton and can't wait to get back to do some shopping maybe this summer I'll get a chance to get back there again.

Have a wonderful weekend ..


freeman1 said...

Very cute! Love the Valentine boxes!! I seen one, just like the one in the 2nd picture, in "Romantic Homes" Feb's issue. Can't wait to see what Valentine give-a-ways you'll have!!!

Patti's Artful Design said...

I love the look of those boxes, and I am, also looking forward to your give-a-ways too!

sissie said...

I love your valentine boxes, reminds me of the ones that I have received in the past, full of goodies.


SoapyChica said...

Those are adorable- I wish we had shops like that :)

Preemie Donna said...

First love Liz and Fran can't get enought of there stuff and them.. Second don't you just love the old valentines day boxes. I noticed a comercial the other day for one of the candy makers and I thought why can't they make boxes like they use to. And why didn't we all hang on to them over the years.. :( LOL

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Yes, I do love Liz and Fran, they are two wonderful ladies, when I go over to the mall to work on my booth I always find myself in their booth, it's always gorgeous, and they had a beautiful display of the old Valentine boxes.