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Article by Barbara Crews - About.com with 46 images for use!! Barbara writes,
"According to the postmarks, many of the postcards are from the early 1900s, the greeting cards are from a little bit later in the century, the 1930s through the early 50s.
These an be easily downloaded to be used in Valentine craft projects."
Do you have VINTAGE VALENTINE POSTCARDS and ILLUSTRATIONS to share?
I don't know why you see so many bluebirds and people in summer clothing on valentines. Was there warmer weather then? Brrrrrrrrr
Perhaps they were all sent from Southern Climates? They certainly weren't sent to make us Northerner's feel warmer. Just makes me jealous. Perhaps love = heat.
Good point, Debra! Think I'll try to find a vintage Valentine with a winter scene...can't say as I remember one though!
Here you go Debra! Two Winter Scene Valentines!
A Valentine Day Blog and Print by Poppy Gall Design
I’ve been distracted by the bountiful snow I’ve been chasing from east to west and back again over the past few weeks, hence my laxness in blogging. I promise to share some of my (in)sights from that adventure soon.
Today, my valentine (who shares my passion for winter and skiing) and I will be going on a ski tour, over the meadows and through the woods style, chocolates tucked into our pockets.
Much more realistic!
Yes, Debra, I agree!
Here's one with both...a winter church scene on a Vintage Die Cut Embossed Valentine with a 'springy' looking cottage below. What's that?? :)
Vintage Valentine Postcards! Post here!!