These are so pretty, and so original to what we see today. I actually just mailed out some vintage cards, and I like them so much more than the silly boxed sets you can get now. I would much rather make my own, or scrounge and dig and scurry and find and discover rarities like these than pay $6 for identical cards that some do not find interesting, and that many will just discard. I can't tell you which one is my favorite, because each has its own distinct nostalgia and, unlike mass-produced cards you often see today, each one has its own feel, its own personality. I know exactly who I would send each one to. :)
oh gosh this cards are really adorable and lovely!!!, especially number 7 and 8!!!kiss,maryhttp://maryloucinnamon.blogspot.com
OMG I love them all!!! it reminds me of my parent's christmas card:)- Maria http://marmarvintage.blogspot.com/
*__* I want all of them, very cute, nice find,.
oh, those are so sweet! thanks for the lovely inspiration :)-Georgiahttp://swonderfulgd.blogspot.com/
Those are so cute. there were so many cute Christmas cards at Renegade this season. xo, rvhttp://aneclecticheap.blogspot.com/
Oh I love No. 4! That is oh so cute! I bought a bunch of vintage cards recently from the Antique Store. I love reading ones that have been used. One was from a man in the Navy to his family back home! I love getting to read the little notes that were probably very special to many families back all those years ago
aww they are so cute...love them :)
I also love christmas cards.....Mark
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my grandma still sends cards from the 1960s. hers is always my favorite to receive :) hope you had a fab weekend!