Thursday, February 7, 2008

Valentines and Muffin

Last week while I was roaming around our local bookstore I found a book of reproduction vintage valentines. It is published by Golden. The book has many punch out cards and some are flocked. There are also envelopes to cut out and assemble. What I would love to find is a book of the valentines you cut out. I just loved doing valentines when I was young. It was so much fun making our valentine box and getting all the pretty cards.

Reproduction Vintage Valentine Book

I keep trying to get good pictures of the cats and Muffin with her dark colouring is very hard to capture. This picture turned out, not too bad and you can even see her eyes. She is very healthy and still has a lot of energy for an old girl. She will be 17 in June.

Muffin

10 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such nice comments. Lachlan has enjoyed his first few days of school.
What a great book you found.
Wow that is one very old kitty cat.
Alison

Maria said...

Wow love the book. You said you found it at a bookstore. What a deal.

hugs, maria

Susan Tuttle said...

That book is awesome - thanks so much for sharing the resource.

Your cat is amazing - she has nine lives for sure! My cats never quite made it that long.

I found your lovely blog through a link at Natasha's blog.

Stop by sometime if you get a chance.

Susan

catieann said...

what great find the valentine book' and your kitty is so sweeet.
our first kitty lived 17yrs she was an indoor/outdoor cat. One day she just never came home. I was so sad. They are so loyal and loving!!!
catie

Natasha Burns said...

cutie pie kitty cat there. love the book too!!!

Jenn and Jacqui said...

Oh what an adorable grand lady, 17 years old my goodness, we hope she is spoiled She deserves it :) J & j

The Rose Room said...

Love the valentines. She looks like a well pampered, well loved girl:) Rachael

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

what a face!!

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

what a face!!

Fete et Fleur said...

Happy Valentine's Day Karen.

Hugs! Nancy