Last week I shared a blog post that included vintage poinsettias and ivy postcards that you could download and use — a perfect start to the holiday season. No holiday is complete without friends and family, so this week I wanted to share more vintage Christmas postcards with you — postcards showing friends and family! Make sure to check back next week — Santa Claus is coming! There are lots of ways you can use these digital images. Just right-click on the images you like and choose Save Image As.
DIY Vintage Christmas Cards + 23 Free Printables - Town & Country Living
Did I mentioned they are all French? The Frenchier, the better!! I ended up creating 2 printable sheets with several Vintage French Christmas Postcards , perfect for smaller and larger gifts or for decorating objects of various shapes and sizes in your home. You just have to download, print and cut them and then decide on how to use them on your beautiful Christmas presents or your home decor.
Welcome to my first official Christmas blog post of the year! Start with blank Kraft greeting cards and envelopes in either white or brown. Print the vintage Christmas images provided at the end of this post , cut them out, and glue them to the front of each card using Mod Podge. You can leave them as is or embellish the cards with buttons, ribbon, holiday scrapbook pieces like small poinsettias — you get the idea. I used a hot glue gun to add buttons and ribbon.