Antique Christmas Postcards

Today’s graphics come from some antique postcards from the early 1900’s.
The postmark on one was dated 1916.
Royalty Free Printable Antique Christmas Postcards via Knick of Time
These postcards make such lovely, nostalgic decor for mantles, wreaths or strung together as a banner.
{Click on the images to save & print.}

Enjoy!!!
Antique-Christmas Postcard-snowy woods-farmhouse christmas-via KnickofTimeInteriors.blogspot.com
Antique-Christmas Postcard-winter birds-holly-berries-farmhouse christmas-via KnickofTimeInteriors.blogspot.com
Antique-Christmas Postcard-snowy woods-farmhouse christmas-via KnickofTimeInteriors.blogspot.com
Antique-Christmas Postcard-snowy woods-farmhouse christmas-via KnickofTimeInteriors.blogspot.com
Christmas Blessings to You!
Angie

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  1. Each vintage postcard is a work of art. I would love it if you would link this fabulous post to our What’s it Wednesday linky party. Hope you can join us.

    Paula
    ivyandelephants.blogspot.com

  2. Beautiful vintage postcards, I have a weakness for vintage post card! Have a wonderful holiday, Laura

  3. I love vintage postcards and I am going to frame the one with the snowy barn -The same one you have stuck in your wreath . Thanks for sharing theses
    Merry Christmas .

  4. Angie,
    Lovely vintage postcards, love them!
    I save all mine and have them as far back as the 1970s. I also have a collection of vintage ones that I love. They are so much fun to decorate with!
    Merry Christmas
    Rebecca

  5. Angie,
    Lovely vintage postcards, love them!
    I save all mine and have them as far back as the 1970s. I also have a collection of vintage ones that I love. They are so much fun to decorate with!
    Merry Christmas
    Rebecca

  6. Oh those are so VERY pretty… Thanks for sharing them with us…you should link these up at my party..http://shoprubyjean.com/2011/12/sew-crafty-tue…and-highlights/

  7. I love these beautiful vintage postcards, especially the one featuring the bluebird. I’m so happy you shared them and that I can save them and print them, too! Thanks!!

  8. Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage says:

    Thanks for sharing your lovely vintage cards with us, Angie! I actually have several saved on my computer that I use for my desktop. Last year, I changed them out every day. No time this year though. 😉

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

  9. lovely cards, angi:) i love your pretty wreath, too! merry christmas!

  10. Thank you for the beautiful Christmas postcards!

  11. I always love those sweet little postcards…such an inexpensive pick up at any flea…always in style, too.

  12. Such pretty postcards….I love the idea of adding one to a simple wreath. Thanks for sharing these!

  13. These are gorgeous! Sharing in my DIY Christmas series on Facebook and Pinterest!

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  15. Great article! I’ve been looking for some vintage Christmas decorations for my mom, but haven’t had any success. I’ve been specifically looking for some vintage Christmas clocks, but this is a great start! So far this and http://www.creativechateau.com/vintage-clocks-2/vintage-christmas-clocks-2/ have been the most helpful. Thanks for sharing!

  16. I absolutely LOVE these old style cards! Thank you so much for sharing them. I may be early but….Merry Christmas!!!
    Renee
    Treasures by Renee

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