This is one of those collections that I really love. Something as simple as a shoe box. I limit this collection to children's shoe boxes as I love the smaller size and graphics on the boxes. They live in my studio and I use them for storage.
I don't think you can go wrong with polka dot letters.
The Tinkertots box has seen better days. With a name like Tinkertots it has to be saved.
I think this box is from the 1940s. The graphics look to be of that era. Ten Little Toes..again, how can I resist a name like that? This box for Buntees moccasins still has the original printed tissue inside.
When you flip the box lid over to the inside, it offers a spot to measure your child's foot. Box is dated 1949.
Darling Little Teacher box with alphabet graphics. This brand was from J.C. Penney.
Another darling J.C. Penney box. This box I found during my Round Top trip.
This box is a favorite. Little Kickers shoes. I love the name spelled out with the rope and the little cowboy in full cowboy attire. Notice the smiling moon peeking out near the cactus.
Busy Toes Brand. The box is in rough shape, but the graphics are charming. I think this box is for socks. It lives with my shoe boxes since shoes and socks go together. I love these little boxes for storage. They are darn cute. If shoe stores still carried boxes this adorable, I may want to work at one!