This vintage Christmas postcard features an illustration of two art deco style wreaths and the old fashioned message, “Christmas Greeting, from Me and Mine to You and Yours.
This vintage clip art illustration features a Victorian lady hanging a Christmas wreath on her window. The image is from the December 1900 issue of The Designer magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
This lovely Victorian Christmas postcard includes a wreath made of holly with red berries and mistletoe with white berries, all tied at the top with a red bow. There is a lit candle at each side of the card. The message on the card is: Just a wordof kindly greetingTo wish you a Merrie Christmas….
This beautifully aged and worn vintage Christmas postcard features a lovely illustration of a wreath of holly and berries that is finished with a large red bow tied to the bottom. The greeting on the card is: A Joyous Christmas. Here is larger and cleaner version of the wreath from the postcard. Click on images…
This vintage Christmas postcard by Ellen Clapsaddle features two adorable children outdoors; they are dressed warm for the winter weather. The girl is carrying a bundle of mistletoe and the boy is carrying a wreath of holly and berries. A message at the top of the card is: A Merry Christmas and another message at…
This lovely ornamental design is made up of a cluster of flowers in the shape of a circle and swirls of ribbon intertwined. In the article of the magazine I scanned this image from, the flowers are referred to as jonquils and the pattern was created for burnt work (pyrography), specifically for the back of…
This lovely one-sided vintage Christmas card includes a wreath of holly and berries on a window above a table that is covered with a white cloth. A burning candle sits on each end of the table and a bowl of fruit is in the center. The greeting is written on the drop of the tablecloth….
This pretty floral wreath is from the antique storybook A Day in a Child’s Life by Kate Greenaway, circa 1881. I’ve included a version with the title of the book and one with the title removed. Click on images to enlarge.
Here’s another cute one-sided vintage Christmas card for you: “Merry Christmas Old Top”! Click on the image to enlarge.