Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Vintage Christmas Postcards

**FLYING CONDITIONS: Hazy**









5 comments:

Barbe Saint John/ Saints and Sinners® said...

These are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Hi!! I Love Love them ! Plan on using the Christmas cards on a reducesd size as tree ortaments.Also friends will receive them too!!Keep up the good work!So glad this art didn't get lost into days world. Thanks!!

aa said...

As I write this post—longhandOffice 2010in a spiral notebook—I’m 20,000 feet above eastern Washington, having Microsoft Office 2010just crossed above the Cascades on my return flight Microsoft wordto Chicago. I visited Seattle for the weekend to Office 2007and I have known each other for 20 years now. They Microsoft Officehad a lovely ceremony, and the trip in general was fantastic.Microsoft Office 2007In the 13 years since I left Seattle, I’ve Office 2007 keyvisited six or seven times, and I always return to wherever has Office 2007 downloadOffice 2007 Professionalbecome home with mixed feelings about the place. It Outlook 2010both alarms and pleases me to see howMicrosoft outlookthat once-familiar areas seem almost foreign. ForMicrosoft outlook 2010neighborhoods have changed, to the point Windows 7 as have cookie-cutter, here-today-and-gone-tomorrow nightclubs that cater to the shiny shirt crowd.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Have always loved Vintage Post Cards....in fact, vintage anything mostly.
Thank you,

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Have always loved Vintage Post Cards....in fact, vintage anything mostly.
Thank you,

Rose