Happy Good Friday!
Here in the US we celebrate Easter this Sunday. I wanted to share this pretty antique post card from my collection.
Find more great vintage post cards by clicking on the “Postcards” category on the right.
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When I first started this blog to share the many vintage patterns I’ve collected over the years, I never imagined I would connect with so many others around the world with the same love of vintage crafts. I am grateful that you take time out of your busy day to read my blog.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day!
Just a quick hello to share a pretty postcard from 1928 that wishes you a very Happy New Year!
Wishing you health, happiness and prosperity in the new year.
Welcome to the VTNS Fan Freebie Friday!
Since it’s very close to Christmas, today instead of a pattern we are sharing an antique post card from 1915 to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
In the US we are celebrating Thanksgiving. We’d like to wish you and yours the best as we gather to enjoy food, fellowship, friends and family.
Rather than sharing a vintage pattern today here are a two antique Thanksgiving Day post cards.
This post is after the National Wear Red Day on Feb. 3, 2012, but I just found this lovely ‘Lady in Red’ vintage postcard yesterday. Fighting heart disease in women is a year round subject. The wonderful site goredforwomen.org has a great deal of information on how to participate in this project and vital information every women should know about the signs of a heart attack.
Be sure to visit Heart Healthy at Any Age on the site where they have targeted health advice for all age groups starting at 20. It’s never too early to start taking care of your health. They even include some Heart Healthy Recipes, like Almond Snack Mix and Strawberry Breakfast Mousse Creme, two I’d like to try.
This lovely card fits perfectly with the theme of Wear Red Day. The card is from 1909 and depicts a women wearing all red especially her big beautiful hat. I’ve scanned it as a .jpg image in 300 dpi.
One of the vintage items I love to collect are postcards. The graphics and sayings on many of them are so fun to look at. Next week we celebrate Thanksgiving (where has the time gone?) so I’d like to share this Thanksgiving Wish postcard and a couple more here: thanksgiving postcards pdf