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Do you remember playing with Valentine's themed paper fortune tellers, when you were either in elementary or junior high school? This beautiful handmade paper whimsy is reminiscent. It comes from #SimpleJoysPaperie  #Honeysucklelane

Do you remember playing with Valentine's themed paper fortune tellers, when you were either in elementary or junior high school? This beautiful handmade paper whimsy is reminiscent. It comes from #SimpleJoysPaperie #Honeysucklelane

A version of an antique puzzle purse using origami folding. Great to make using calligraphy! It folds to show another heart like the center one, dotted on both inside and outside of the heart border. The message is numbered 1 thru 8, and the very interior around the pink heart is also numbered: 1 thru 4.

A version of an antique puzzle purse using origami folding. Great to make using calligraphy! It folds to show another heart like the center one, dotted on both inside and outside of the heart border. The message is numbered 1 thru 8, and the very interior around the pink heart is also numbered: 1 thru 4.

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Valentine - Fraktur | Love Letter (Liebesbrief) | Laid paper; watercolor; ink |

Valentine - Fraktur | Love Letter (Liebesbrief) | Laid paper; watercolor; ink |

Love Token for Sarah Newlin, 1799 Artist unidentified, Pennsylvania, US. Ink and watercolor on paper

Love Token for Sarah Newlin, 1799 Artist unidentified, Pennsylvania, US. Ink and watercolor on paper

Circa 1800. Fractur. Love letter. unfolded. See other pins for diff views.

Circa 1800. Fractur. Love letter. unfolded. See other pins for diff views.

Puzzle Purse Love Token (recto) c.1830-1832. Possibly by: John Pittenger Van Doren (1810-1845), America, New Jersey Primary Support: 12 1/2 x 12 3/8in. (31.8 x 31.4cm)  Watercolor and ink on wove paper. Acc. No. 2009.305.1

Puzzle Purse Love Token (recto) c.1830-1832. Possibly by: John Pittenger Van Doren (1810-1845), America, New Jersey Primary Support: 12 1/2 x 12 3/8in. (31.8 x 31.4cm) Watercolor and ink on wove paper. Acc. No. 2009.305.1

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