Thank you for reminding us that spring is just around the corner!!! And thank you, too, for these super images! Hugs, Terri xoxo.
However, I do love the cute images on vintage Easter postcards and they are fun to craft with. I might not be one for Easter cards but I do like other Easter traditions especially those involving chocolate eggs. These little boxes are great for filling with an assortment of mini chocolate eggs and giving them to children, grandchildren or chocolate loving adults. The majority of these vintage Easter card images are from Scandinavian postcards.
Easter is one of my favorite holidays and I love vintage clip art! The main focus for us this time of year is our Savior and all that He means to us, but we also enjoy other common Easter traditions such as decorating eggs, doing an egg hunt and a much loved visit from the Easter Bunny!! You can use these to decorate for Easter or to make Easter cards and Easter party decor.
The first postcard features an illustration of a cobblestone walk leading to the front entrance of a house. Both sides of the walk are lined with beautiful flowers in full bloom. One small tree, in full bloom of pink blossoms, is also on each side of the walk.
All are free to use. You will find that we have several delightful postcards with Easter Greetings. Above all, the typography is amazing.
My favorite way to decorate for the various holidays is printing off some vintage postcard images and sprinkling them throughout my home. The chick under glass is a Lefton chick I used in my vintage farmhouse spring centerpiece a few years ago. That chick sure does get around!