Apparently I didn't schedule this post ahead of time....oops! And it seems to have posted as backdated.... :/
Happy February! Vintage Valentines are just so cute to me (but some do look a little creepy too...). Anyway, with Valentine's Day approaching, enjoy these 14 vintage Valentines (because Valentine's Day is Feb. 14...so clever, huh?)!
Continue to the end of the post for some discount codes from a few of the Etsy sellers in this roundup!
3. I love clowns. Not the creepy kind, but normal clowns. :) Anyway, here's a cute glockenwspiel-playing clown & puppy valentine from Venturing Vintage. (While you're over there, look at the cute little skunk that makes an appearance in a lot of the pictures.)
9. A harp valentine! This one also unfolds, so be sure to check out the other pictures here. This one's from kinseysue as well.
10. These little bass-playing birds remind me a little of Cinderella. This valentine is from BoutiquityVintage.
Now for the coupon codes!
Use code HARP10 for 10% off any purchase of $20.00 or more at VenturingVintage!
Get free shipping (plus there's a 15% off sale at the time of posting) from thefreakfiles with code FREESHIP!
Which one is your favorite?
For Valentine-themed lesson ideas, check out last year's Valentine's Day Roundup.
If you need some printable activities, take a look at the Valentine's Day Music Bundle in the Fischarper TpT store.
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