Antique Graphics Wednesday – Vintage Alphabet Flashcards

 I purchased a few sets of school flashcards from the 1960’s
at a flea market this summer, with cute illlustrations on each letter card.
The only problem with buying sets of flashcards
is that you only receive one of each letter,
but having these images, you can print whatever
letters you need to form words.
Flashcards like these make great banners,
as well as photo props, so I hope you enjoy them.
I left a little bit of a black border around them,
to make it easier to cut them out when printed.
Click on the images to enlarge
I hope you enjoy these and do something fun with them!

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  1. What a lovely share you have in your post today. Bet that took awhile to set up. Thank you.

  2. These are adorable Angie. Thanks for sharing all of them with us…lots of ideas.

  3. These are perfect for a project I have in mind for my soon to be new grandson! I’ve been looking for just the right flashcards and can’t find them. You posted this at the best time possible! Thank you so much for sharing!
    Debbie 🙂

  4. Lovely, these will help me make a nice WELCOME BACK sign on my classroom door! Thanks!

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