Good Morning Sweetie...Love this card too. Oh my gosh have you got a stash over there or what? Weren't the cards back then just so whimsical and cute? Now a days we don't see anything like that. I love the flocking. I can remember rubbing my fingers back and forth over that wonderful fuzzy card, and smiling. It was so special.Thanks for sharing sweetie. Have a great day. Country hugs and much love...Sherry
Love this one!! I need to get my scanner hooked back up so I can scan in some of the new old cards I have gotten this year!! There is one I thought of you when I saw it!!
Good morning! So glad you found me today so I could follow you back to your place and find you! LOVE your beautiful blog--and those fabulous card images just make me so happy! As you know from my blog, I'm a vintage-style cardmaker, and I would LOVE to make some using some of those adorable images on your sidebar--would you consider sharing a few with me? I didn't see a place where you were selling images, so I just thought I'd check! I'm your newest follower, thanks for joining mine as well! Thanks for sharing the adorable image in today's post--too cute!
Another gorgeous Card!!! Thank you sweet friend!The image shown on your sidebar with the girl at the door, is on of the images on my Christmas cards this year, only in all pink!! I love that image!Hugs and have fun today sweetie!!Amy
Hi Holly, What a sweet card! So kind of you to share. Have fun in the city! Love and hugs,Karyn
Have fun in the city, Holly! Hope you bring home some treasures. The card is precious. Thank you. Twyla
Oooo, the flocked ones are hands-down THE best! Or maybe the glittery ones. Oh, they're all wonderful!
Love that card! I used to "play" with my birthday cards like that when I was little. I'd play with them just like I would play with paper dolls! Those were the days! (No electronic games...remember when "Pong" was a big thing????Good grief!) Oh wow...do I sound old!!
Loving all your vintage Christmas pretties these days....Have a nice weekend!!Blessings~LillySue
I so love these vintage Christmas cards...I have quite a large collection of them and it's always a thrill to look through them:-) xoxo
I love this card! I was born in the 50s so it's a special time for me! Visit me soon...I just posted! lol
That bear card is so cute!! I adore those flocked cards...you are so lucky to have some of those, they are hard to come by. Hope you had a fun time in the city! I got the living room Christmas tree up this afternoon,got the lights, and gold beads on, now is time for the fun part...helping the boys put on the ornaments. I'll show it to you girls, when I'm done...sometime next week ....Have a great weekend sweetie!Big Hugs,Queenie
Hi Holly, thanks for coming by, oh, thanks for thinking my pictues were good, I lost my old photo editing, and am having an awful time learning the new one, I just put the camera on and did my best...lol.. I think someone should have a "show your tree" party
Thank you for sharing your kitten cards. I love that it is snowing on your banner kitten. Looking back, your stocking is so YOU! Looking even further back, a picket fence rick rack holder! TOO TOO YOU! Such fun! Elizabeth
Oh thank you!!! I love her. How exciting she is flocked!!! You have great stuff!!! Thank you for your sweet wishes and concern this week! I really needed it! Hugs, Lisa
I just stumbled across your blog from Julie's place - and then realized you're from WA too! When I saw the JP Patches pic, it was quite a nice little surprise! He lives in Seattle and occasionally still does appearances! :) Anyway just wanted to tell you that I adore the many vintagey things found throughout your blog - thank you!! :)hugs,Elaine
Hi Holly! Thanks so much--hopefully they'll work! I would have loved to have seen your Jane Austen introduction--just my style! We'll save it for another day--at least we've had a "casual" introduction today, huh?! I love your profile--I'm an ALMOST 48-year-old girl myself--in January...don't think I'll ever quite grow up!
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