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  • Lexi Roye

    pretty valentine box storing vintage buttons....this would be the best valentines gift ever!!! Marry that guy!!

  • Deni Wilson

    Pretty vintage valentine candy box & vintage buttons....

  • Ida Adkins

    Pink buttons in vintage candy box. This is the type of candy box you received at Valentines day when I was a girl.

  • Stephanie Searles

    Pretty valentine box storing vintage buttons.../

  • Lee

    Valentine box, vintage pink buttons

  • Kathy Hanara

    Vintage heart shaped valentine's candy box full of vintage buttons!

  • Jennifer Zohrer Bennett

    Vintage buttons in vintage Valentine candy heart box

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