Pastoral Farmhouse Antique Thanksgiving Postcards

Over the weekend, my daughter and I went on a quick road trip.  Along the way we made a few stops along the Spoon River Drive.  It’s a yearly fall festival that I’ve attended since I was a child.

The fall scenery along the route is beautiful and many of the stops have vendor booths.

One of the booths I visited had boxes full of antique postcards.  I wish I had time to look through all of them, but they were well organized, so I quickly picked out some Thanksgiving and Christmas ones.

The Thanksgiving postcards I choose all have  quaint pastoral farm country scenes on them.

You can print and mail them as postcards, frame them for Thanksgiving decor, or even use them as place setting cards.

The links to download each full size image are below.

Free Thanksgiving Printables | 1900's Antique Postcards with Pastoral Farmhouse Illustrations - www.knickoftime.net

The actual purpose of our road trip was to go visit my aunt.  She’s in her mid-nineties and recently moved into a nursing home.  She’s my dad’s last living sister and I wantSed to visit her while her health is still good and before the weather gets bad.

She’s still sharp as a tack, and my dad looked so much like her, so looking into eyes was like getting a glimpse of him.

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Here are the links to download each postcard…

little cottage with autumn leaves postcard – click here to download & print

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farmland scene postcard – click here to download & print

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pastoral scene postcard – click here to dowload & print

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Antique Postcard Printables – The Back Sides

free antique postcard printables - www.knickoftime.net

Vaya con Dios,

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Comments

  1. Lori In Maine says:

    Hi Angie, these are beautiful cards!! I’m really new to this so need some advice. What type if paper or stock would be best fir printing and do you have a printer you can recommend??
    Many thanks for sharing!

  2. Thank you so much for the lovely greeting postcards, Angie. Cheers, Ardith

  3. mare williams says:

    Thanks so much for sharing once again, Angie!! I’m so happy that you & your daughter got to visit your aunt recently…doesn’t it make you feel so much better once you’ve seen her? HAPPY AUTUMN! 🙂

  4. Marlene Stephenson says:

    Sounds like you and your daughter had a great time with your aunt, family is so important. The postcards were nice,thanks.

  5. So nice you and your daughter could visit your aunt…a special memory-making time!
    Love the postcards! Thanks for sharing, Angie!

  6. Thank you so much! They’re gorgeous!

  7. Roberta S says:

    Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing these lovely postcards with us!

  8. Melody Hill says:

    Thank you for such a great idea! I have saved greeting cards for years & have boxes of them from every occasion. I could never part with them. They are precious to me, even though they are in a box! Finally! Something to use them for, as framed decorations!! Thanks again!!
    Melody

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