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March 19, 2013


Sheryl Remy

I think I would pass on trying many of these Easter Treats but I wouldn't pass on the boxes. It is amazing to me that they survived the years without being tossed in the garbage or crushed by accident. Thanks for keeping part of the country's history safe and sharing with us.


Wow Laurie! Those boxes are adorable... I have never seen anything like them before; especially the top hat boxes! You are right about the contents tho... I think I prefer the box art to the confectionery inside. ;)


WOW!!! You sure fine the sweetest things! What a spectacular collection!


What a great collection! I feel like I learn something new from your posts every time. I do love the darling graphics on these boxes esp with bunnies on them. Eeeew....I'm with you on the chocolate covered "fruitcake".
You have such a great eye in displaying things for a photo shoot!
Thanks for sharing :-)


Love these! I forgot about those fruit and nut eggs ... my parents would always get one for themselves and eat slices of it. I was never tempted to try it!


How cute! Funny Bunny is too-- funny! Yeah, not to sure about that "fruitcake" one, but the box says it's a real taste treat! They wouldn't lie to us!


Sweet! ;) ~And re-purposing fruit cake- a good try..!


These are so sweet! The graphics are so cute!! xo Heather


What a happy collection. Love the 'hat' box! Thank you for sharing another wonderful collection!

Janet Johnson

Yum, chocolate covered fruit cake. Probably used all the leftover Christmas fruit cakes they didn't sell
Love the hat box!

Into Vintage

So cute! I wonder if the charming graphics sold more candy than the candy itself? 'Fruit and Nut Egg' is not on my Easter candy shopping list. :-)

Kim Kenward

Those Easter hat candy boxes are absolutely fantastic. Another charming collection!


I remember the fruit and nut eggs, along with the coconut ones. I didn't like the fruit and nut one, but I always got the coconut one, which was my favorite. I put it in the fridge, then would cut slices off. Yum!! cute boxes!

Kim Campbell

These are awesome! I love the hat candy box.


The pink box with the bunny singing with the two ducks is my favorite. The bunny looks really cranky, though! Maybe because he has to share the spotlight with the ducks?

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