Victorians loved Valentine's Day. It was one day out of a year that they had an opportunity to express, sometimes anonymously, feelings they might have for one another. Obviously, it was also a chance to let spouses, good friends and family know how much they loved each other. Since printed postcards were fairly new at the time, they loved sending these with colorful imagery and poems of love. These heart boxes are all repurposed. I purchased them with chocolates inside and then redecorated them with 3D collage using Victorian ephemera, jewelry, antique buttons, lace, ribbon, gold or red embossed Dresden foil, brass embossed figures and 3D stickers. As you can see, I've decorated each box inside and out and also on the sides. The tiny heart boxes are perfect for 3 wrapped truffles (e.g. Lindt) inside, but also, what about as a presentation box for an engagement ring? Please click on the photo in which you are interested and that will bring you to my etsy shop where you can see more photos, the materials used, dimensions and price. They may be purchased there as well. If an item has already been sold, it will say that under the photo on this page.