Thursday, September 24, 2009

Vintage Snowmen Christmas Cards

I love vintage graphics, I recently purchased these vintage snowmen cards for projects I plan to make this Christmas. I've started a new Flickr account just for graphics! Go on in and help yourself to any of the images in there, I plan to add more soon!

Aren't they so cute, I just wish they made this cuteness today!
The bright colors, the cute faces, they sure make me feel happy!

This one was different, the sepia tones really make it special!

And this guy is really cute!

I love the little bird, and the snowman is just adorable. I could never see to much of this cuteness! Go on and check out the Fickr, grab an image and see what you come up with!


Pieceful Bits said...

They are all sweet!

creative breathing said...

Marcy! I am dying over these cute cards! So sweet to post them. Look closely at the pincushions again. I do not see one that says "bookish" There is a yellow one that says friends and a blue one that says fiddle. Perhaps it is on my flickr and is one I gave away as a gift. This is how the process will go. Please let me know! E

Raggedykinfolk said...

Thank you, but you see it is because of you that I put these cards on my blog, a practice I've learned from you. This is the goodness that spreads from a heart like yours, I have so much to thank you for. The cushion was one that had an owl on it, you must have given it away, if you have any others left I would take one, I love them all, if they are spoken for I will be so happy with the other items I have listed. Thanks again and again! Marcy

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hi Marcy. I just left sweet Elizabeths blog over at Creative Breathing. I read you sweet comments under Dr. Phil and just had to check you out. I'm so glad I did. What a lovely blog you have. I love your collections - those are some great garage sale goodies. And all the pretty creations you have made - they're just so cute. I can see you have that generous bloggers heart just like Elizabeth - giving, giving, giving. I had to tell you, you remind me of myself somewhat. Although I clung to my mother and would never stand up for myself most people didn't see the mommy part. I could always walk in and make friends with people but could never get very close because in my view I just wasn't like everyone else. Most people said I always had a smile on my face but there were lots who said I was fake and thought I was stuck up or whatever. Believe me nothing could be further from the truth. My heart would break when I would hear that because like I said I always thought I couldn't compare.
I'll be following you and I'm sure I'll be back to read your past post too. Thanks... Tracy :)

P.S. I'm hosting my first giveaway which ends on Sept. 31st. Please stop in and say hi.