Friday, December 4, 2009

Postcard Friendship Friday

Postcard Friendship Friday is brought to Blogland by our lovely postmistress, Marie!

It's THAT time of year.

Some more reproduction holiday postcards
from the Lillian Vernon Corporation.



Have a beautiful weekend.
We will be staying home and watching the snow fall in Houston!!!!!

Happy PFF!


Sherrie said...

Beautiful Christmas postcards. I really like that Santa one! Have a great day!!

A View of My Life

Marie Reed said...

Snow!!! I hope you stay warm and snuggly inside with a big glass of eggnog!

Anonymous said...

Very nice. I enjoyed looking at the one of the bathers too. Quite the juxtaposition of warm and cold!

Postcardy said...

Happy PFF. We only have a little dusting of snow, but it is suddenly cold and wintry.

Janet said...

You're getting snow! I hope you can enjoy it from the warmth of your home and not have to get out in it.

Lovely postcards. The Santa is my favorite.

Sheila said...

I really love reproduction postcards! The designs seem so beautiful, and it's great to be able to use them.

dosfishes said...

Love all those vintage Christmas greetings, brings back childhood memories of the holidays.

Have a good weekend, can't wait to
see some critters.


MrCachet said...

The art on these vintage cards is WAY good!

Aimee said...

Beautiful cards..I'd love to find some like that in my mailbox. :)

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

You have got to be kidding me! Snow?! In Houston?! How wonderfully seasonal!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gorgeous old vintage Christmas postcards, Snap.... SO pretty!!!!!

I remember the old Currier and Ives cards ---and seldom see ones as pretty these days.


Holly Moore said...

Oh, I just love the Christmas PC's! Really nice. Thanks for sharing. :)

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

I'm back, wondering how the snow turned out. It can be unpredictable stuff. My mother just had record rainfull in Florida. But I digress, I wanted to say how much I love vintage Christmas decorations. Walking around my neighborhood last night with my son and my dog we were looking at the lights etc. and there was one house that had on its balcony a Santa figure with a candle on either side of him - large things about 4 or 5 feet tall each and it brought me back to growing up in the sixties and how things looked then and I was kind of sad that none of our old family decorations had made it through. I think that is why making traditions at this time of year is so important to me for my own son and that I get a little too materialistic over the "things" we pull out of the stored boxes. I need to work a little more on that grasping concept.

Mary said...

Fun to see the Christmas postcards. I just haven't quite gotten into the Xmas spirit yet.

Happy PFF!

sherry ♥ lee said...

There is something so sweetly nostalgic about these postcards...I always feel like I've touched a homey piece of the past when I find these in my travels!