"squeal with delight"!!!
but I didn't (sigh)
I held my potential outburst to myself, remained calm, nonchalant and paid the nice lady the
The 45 rpm record in the background was a
steal bargain for $.50. This is one of 3 that was in the window display that she so graciously dismantled for me. That's $1.50 for three old 45's!
The cookie cutters are from my stock acquired from the estate of dh's grandma.
The tins in the foreground were $3.50 each! I LOVE the graphics...cute huh!? The OXO cubes were bouillon for soup stock made in England. The first cubes went into production in 1910. Here's an advertisement for them way back when and how they're packaged today. The cube is a little "x", isn't that sweet!?
Anywoo....here's a little vignette that I pulled together for your enjoyment...
Pay no attention to that
Here's another staging with the "hugs n kisses" box...it is just too stinkin' cute, dontcha think?!
If you can't read the song titles, here they are in clockwise order:
"Temptation" , "Two Hot for Love", and "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You"
The titles and the color of the records was just "too cool for school" if you know what I mean. Not only that but the "Temptation" record is sung by that hot American-Italian tenor, Mario Lanza. He would have been the same age as my dad, if he was still alive. He was the Josh Groban of the 1940-50's. I don't know about you, and maybe it's because my dad had a nice tenor voice, but tenors just give me goose bumples. We had a Placido Domingo song sung at our wedding some twenty-something years ago. But hey, I'm rambling on here. (sorry)
I also found two sweet little Valentine cards that I have slipped in the edge of my hoosier door. The graphics & colors of the cards were so great back then.
Do you love the vintage as much as I do?
Happy Valentines Day to my blogging buds!
~ judi ;)