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A Vintage Thanksgiving

Today I'm sharing the vintage Thanksgiving postcards in my collection. Feel free to click, save and use them for your Thanksgiving projects! If you're looking for some great ideas for the Thanksgiving holiday, please click here.

This post is linked to Show & Tell Friday at My Romantic Home.


lovely postcards you got here! very vintagey and love them too! thanks for sharing
Hootin' Anni said…
That is some super collection! Do you know how many postcards you have --- total?

Mine is up. Just Dollar Store Finds for the Holidays this week. Click Here
Awesome I love vintage anything! Thanks so much for sharing and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

steviewren said…
I'm all about vintage postcards, especially if they have messages on the back. I love those little glimpses into people's lives from long ago. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Lora...

Love your vintage Thanksgiving cards! I have always just loved looking at these vintage beauties! I think my favorite is the card with the turkey and little sun bonnet sweet! I recently inherited many old, old family postcards...some dating back to the late 1800's. I keep trying to think how I could display them and show their, I'm really wanting to preserve them! Got any ideas?

Well my friend, just wanted to thank you for coming by and taking a peek at my Seasonal Snippets...and for leaving me such a sweet comment!

Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours...

Warmest wishes,
Chari @ Happy To Design
Hello Lora,

So nice to meet you. And what a sweet place you have here. Love the background. I am sure I will enjoy perusing through your posts.

Thank you for stopping by my place and leaving your comment.

Kindly, ldh
Diann said…
Oh, I love the vintage postcards you have! Thanks for sharing them with us!
How sweet of you to share these cute vintage cards! Love them. And thank you for stopping by my blog. I've never heard of Mardel's. Do they have a web site?
Sandra said…
Cute postcards...I love vintage clipart, cards, postcards...Thank you for the nice message you left on my blog, stop by again.
Mrs.T said…
These are just beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing them. I have a shoe box full of antique postcards, but I have very few holiday ones. It was nice to see your Thanksgiving ones.

Thanks also for stopping by my kitchen table and leaving a sweet comment. Please stop by anytime!

God bless,
Kari said…
I love when you display these each holiday. =)

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