Friday, February 17, 2012

TGIF!

No school today for anyone here...teacher's meeting ~ so both our youngest son Jonathan (who is a junior in high school) and Mr. B were home...we spent the day at appointments and running errands, and I didn't get much of a post prepared. So...I thought I would share some of my vintage St. Patrick's Day post cards now, instead of waiting until the actual day...that way maybe you can actually use them this year! I will post my favorite now, and continue to add to the post throughout the day tomorrow...so keep checking back! (Don't you LOVE vintage post cards?)

♥ ♥ ♥
Anne

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7 comments:

Kylie said...

Oh it's gorgeous Anne. I can't wait to see the others in your collection. My Grandfather was Irish, so I'm quite fond of St Pat's Day. It's also the time we plant sweet peas here x

Vee said...

Very pretty! I should send the only Irish gal I know over as that's just about the color of her hair.

Plushpussycat said...

Yes, I do love vintage postcads--these are so lovely too! Thanks for sharing! :-) Jennifer

Anne said...

Thank you for your sweet comments, all of you! (Vee, that's the color of my daughter Katie's hair, too...)Kylie and Jennifer, I'm so happy to share! I have vintage post cards for almost every holiday, I think, and have just never done anything with them...:)
Anne ♥

Megan @ Restoring the Roost said...

what a great collection!! I absolutely love vintage postcards and I've always been drawn to ones of this era. Thanks for sharing them with us!

Auntie Cake said...

What a wonderful collection you have! Wow! We adore St Partick's Day around here too, but I have nothing like your sweet collection. Thanks for sharing, hubby's grandma is 96 and very Irish. She would love these!
Kate

Aberdeb said...

So Beautiful.. Hopeing to decorate my house this year, ran out of time and inspiration for Valentine's Day.