Friday, October 14, 2011

Best Hallowe'en Wishes

Another of the wonderful oversized postcards 
from the Hallowe'en Postcard Book
Published by Darling and Company - Seattle

Best Halloween Wishes

There is no information on the back of the card about the artist.
There is a date: circa 1913.

Thank you to the lovely Beth for hosting

Wishing YOU well and a fun filled weekend!
Busy day planned.
Fitting of THE dress with BGD (beautiful god-daughter)
Maybe some college baseball practice!


KarenHarveyCox said...

Lovely day planned, I especially like the part about the dress fitting with your God-Daughter.

That postcard is so nice. I just love Vintage illustrations.


LDH said...

Cute postcard with little boys have some sweet mischievous fun.

Sounds like you have a fun weekend planned :)

Janet said...

Enjoy your day at the fitters.

Holidays were sure simpler back when that postcard was made.

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

These old post csrds are swell, the sentiment is there, but the visuals are not too spooky, that's the message I like. xox Corrine

MJ said...

Sounds like a wonderful weekend in store!! Have a great time !!!!

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

That's a beautiful card! It almost looks as though it has texture. I don't think we go in for Halloween cards in the UK.

Pondside said...

What a sweet image - hallowe'en was simpler then.
Have fun shopping!

Sreisaat said...

That's a cute postcard - naughty boys! haha. We don't have Halloween postcards here in Cambodia :(

Postcards Crossing

Grace.B said...

Hello dear,

Thank you so much for hopping to my blog for this postcard meme. This card doesn't seems so old. I love the colour contrast of the warm colour in the middle and this neutral surrounder by what seems to be "bat" ? There's a kind of protection from any danger in the middle.

Wish you a lovely weekend even if its seems busy busy


Clytie said...

What a beautiful card! I like how the 'spooky' factor is there, but not nearly as much as decorations from more recently.

Happy PFF!

Heather said...

love this card. The little girls in the house look like angels.