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Giving Thanks~Day 3

Giving Thanks

Some vintage Thanksgiving postcards from my collection......

For more thoughts and ideas on Thanksgiving visit Kelli's at There Is No Place Like Home.

Comments

Linda C said…
These are so cool. I love the little girl and the turkey:)
Linda C
Sharon said…
They are so beautiful. How long have you been collecting them?
A Hint of Home said…
I love vintage cards. The turkey is as big as the little girl. It's so cute.
Mrs. H. said…
I enjoyed seeing these cards. Thanks for sharing! :-)
Sandy said…
lovely - we have so much to be thankful for! ♥
Betsy Brock said…
oooh...you have some nice ones!
JudyBug said…
I completely forgot I have vintage Thanksgiving postcards somewhere! Thanks for showing these...and reminding me.
Jenn said…
Love those vintage postcards!!!
Anonymous said…
Happy upcoming Thanksgiving
Susan in SC said…
I love antique cards. These are beautiful. So you have them framed?
thanks for visiting me. Yes, I've recently moved back home to Alabama from Memphis, still waiting to sale the house there.
I went and read some of your other posts. I've never heard of cooking the dressing in the crockpot but might try it. She uses most of the same ingredients that I do.
Mama Bear
Kari said…
I always like seeing your vintage postcards for the different seasons. This reminded me to find my Christmas ones. =)
Marianna said…
What a wonderful collection. I never have the patience to look through the postcards at fleas or junk shops. I suppose I should start taking the time.

Marianna
Susie Homemaker said…
very nice collections of vintage cards...

Have a wonderful day,
Susie
Thanks for all of your comments on my postcards! I've been collecting postcards since I was probably around 7 years old. And, no, these aren't framed. I usually display seasonal ones on a fan-style holder and the rest are stored in photo boxes. They are a fun and cheap souveneir from travels!

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