Lunagirl Vintage: New Stuff, Free Stuff, & Fun Stuff — vintage postcards

Valentine's Day is Coming Up Fast!

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Yes, believe it or not it's almost the end of January, time to get serious about Valentines Day crafts. You're in the right place for Victorian scrap, Victorian cards, and other vintage images and ephemera for a beautiful crafty St. Valentine's Day. Find hundreds of digital collage sheets ready to download instantly. Create your own personalized, unique cards and decorations, as well as scrapbooking pages for your memories. Jewelry, bookmarks, cake decorations... I'm always amazed at what my customers create!  

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Wishing You a Joyous New Year!

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This lovely image from a vintage French postcard is from 1915 ~ one hundred years ago! Sending greetings for New Years ~ to wish a Happy New Year or a Joyous Annee or Bonne Annee ~ was a very popular custom in the Edwardian era. We have hundreds in our collection, most French but also Italian, Dutch, German, and English. Most of our French cards are photos, while most of our American New Year greetings are illustrations, featuring artists such as Clapsaddle and Brundage. Whichever style you prefer, these antique images are great for your 21st century card making and...

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Roses for Christmas and New Year Gnomes

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In our extensive collection of Victorian Christmas cards, you'll find a theme that may surprise you: Flowers!. Today we associate Christmas cards with scenes of children in the snow, nativity scenes, Christmas angels, holly wreaths, funny reindeer, maybe redbirds and snowflakes, and of course Santa Claus, but Victorian cards featured an even wider range of imagery, including flowers.Floral Christmas cards were part of the Victorians' deep love for flowers, and they are sweet to use today for something different at the holidays.  We think these antique floral greeting cards are lovely and quaint -- they certainly reflect the "shabby chic" romantic spirit!You'll...

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Christmas Shopping? I Like to Wait!

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Christmas shopping is in full swing, I suppose, but I’ve always enjoyed waiting until the week or so before Christmas to do mine. Of course, I now do much of my shopping online, and that must be done early enough to allow for shipping. But actually going to stores ~ I think that’s much more fun in mid-December, when it actually feels like Christmas. It's more exciting closer to the date...As for "Black Friday"... For me, the day after Thanksgiving is for relaxing with family, watching movies, eating turkey sandwiches and finishing off those pies. My sisters-in-law sometimes go with...

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Vintage Images and Digital Collage Sheets to Download for Halloween Cards and Autumn Crafts

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 See my ever-expanding collection of digital collage sheets to download for Halloween cards and other Fall/Autumn crafts... Harvest Moon, Autumn Leaves, unique witch's apothecary labels, and (my favorite) witches of all sorts young and old pretty and scary! Plus plenty of black cats, cute Victorian Halloween children, spooky photos of Victorian gothic ladies, owls, pumpkins and more... you never know what you'll find lurking in my collection.  And don't miss my download pack of 100 vintage Halloween images!  

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