Vintage Valentines Party for Channel 2 Fresh Living Show!

Posted on January 18th, 2011 by Kara
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To all of you visiting from KUTV’s Channel 2 Fresh Living Show- Welcome!
To all of you visiting from around the globe- Welcome!

Here is the Vintage Valentines Party that I styled for the show today. This party was so much fun.
I just love vintage things. Keep checking back this week for more tutorials and how to’s from the party!

Become a fan or follow me…there’s plenty more party ideas to come!

Vendors:
Vintage buffet/dresser purchased from Finders Keepers.
Fabric for backdrop purchased at Hobby Lobby.
Photography by Lyndsey Fagerlund Imagery.

Vintage cupcake toppers purchased from Love Creation Gal.

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Vintage glasses found at a Thrift Store. Pink cookie plate found on eBay.
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These vintage valentine cupcake toppers will be available in my ebay store soon!
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Vintage valentine fabric found on etsy.
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Heart cookies purchased from etsy shop, Clara’s Cookies.
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Skeleton keys found on eBay. Go hereto see the Party Activity {what we did with these cute bags}.

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Learn how to make my CUPCAKE LINER POM POMS via my tutorial HERE!
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Little watermelon hearts made with a small cookie cutter.
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Crepe paper rosettes made out of pearls, crepe paper, a needle & thread.
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Vintage pillow treasure boxes purchased from etsy shop, If I Were Cards.
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Small cookie cutters found at Hobby Lobby.
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Vintage valentines cards found on etsy. To see how to make these vintage wooden clothes pins go here.

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Again, for a tutorial on the Valentines Party Activity go here.
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To see my tutorial on how to make these soda shoppe favors go here.

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