Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Postcards for Halloween

Welcome to the last VTT before Halloween. I know this must sadden many of you, but just think: I'll be starting with Christmas things pretty soon! Maybe even next week! Today I have vintage postcards for you. After you check them out, click on over to Confessions of an Apron Queen and see what the other participants are offering for your perusal.

Oh, and have you seen this adorable vintage baby? I wonder who it is!
Have fun tomorrow, and be safe! Now go see what everyone else has at Confessions of an Apron Queen!

32 comments:

Ronda's Rants said...

Those are beautiful...I have never seen any Halloween postcards...I must live a very sheltered life! Okay...boring!

Jewelgirl said...

I Own, not really! :) Love vintage Halloween post cards and do not own
one of these. Yet! Love the artwork, just super! Hey girl all is good! ♥
Thanks for the BOOOOOOOO, it was fun!

mannequin said...

Oh those are exquisite Elizabeth! You have so many little treasures. I'm beginning to think you may be a packrat. A packrat of the highest echelon of course!

Is it YOU? What a pretty little girl; how time does go by much too quickly.

Diane said...

Postscards are fun collectibles. I really enjoy the vintage ones. Looking forward to all your Christmas goodies too!

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

You are still a cutey! Loved that picture. I have some of those cards too! I need a camera, don't I? xxoo

marianedwardsdreamweaver said...

I love vintage postcards...yours are GORGEOUS!!

Coloradolady said...

Love these postcards. I knew you would have something wonderful today. I think the charm of these cards is priceless.

Chooks'r'us said...

These are great - lovely graphics.

Shelia said...

Morning, Elizabeth. I just love the old artwork on these vintage Halloween posties! We're just too busy to mail cards anymore, aren't we? I see a cute little one! Have a beautiful day and
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Smilingsal said...

The drawings of the children on the vintage cards are quite appealing to me. It reminds me of Mama. I don't even know why.

mub said...

Haha Vintage Baby can almost fit inside Vintage Pumpkin ;) Very cute!

I love the style of these old illustrations. The little witch with the red cape and her black kitty are my favorite though!

Chris said...

Those were really pretty postcards. I can hardly wait for Christmas season, I'm trying to control myself and enjoy Thanksgiving first though. LOL

Hugs,
Chris

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

I just came to visit for VTT and while I was checking out these great vintage cards a new email popped up. I started LMAO since it told me I was your partner for the Vintage Christmas Swap. I guess there really are coincidences. Nice to meet you.

squawmama said...

Oh thank you thank you thank you... I loved the postcards and stole them all... well at least I am an honest thief...LOL This was a fun post today...

(((HUGS)))
Donna

Ma'dame French said...

In the words of a well known blogger I screamed like a sissy girl today when I arrived home to find a package at my door!!! THANKS so much Loved everything especially the magnets and the wooden piece but everything is wonderful! That is the first gift I have received since blogging and means the world to me!! SO BIG THANKS! Hugs French;)

Miri said...

Wonderful postcards...loved the ones with says. Thanks for all your wonderful Halloween posts.

KVC said...

Cute postcards!

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment! KV

TattooedMinivanMom said...

I've been meaning to ask...you're so cute and sweet, what's with the evil overlord name? what's it mean?

Roslyn Atwood said...

Thanks for the warm welcome Elizabeth.
I think I will love VTT.I keep seeing more VT that I own too!
Roslyn

Amy said...

Cool postcards Elizabeth!

Susana said...

vintage postcards are so wonderful, especially when it comes to Halloween and that last photograph is so very cute!

marybt said...

Those are super-cute! I like the Stay off the Grass one the best.

LadyFi said...

Love the cards - and that adorable baby!

Hope you had a good one!

char72 said...

These are the kind of Halloween pictures I like - friendly, not scary ones. Nice collection. I like the costumes below - especially the Crayolas. How cute.
Charlotte

dabooklady said...

oh yes lovely cards...

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I love the "Keep off the grass" postcard.

Boo to you!

Marie Reed said...

You are adorable! You have such a sweet toothy grin! How are are you in this picture? 4 or so? It is so nice to meet you! I see that you are from New England. My parents live in New Hampshire:)

santamaker said...

Thank you, I enjoyed looking at your vintage postcards. I hope you had a great Halloween!

Kellie said...

Hubs collects vintage Halloween postcards! I had to call him in to have a look at yours! So much fun!

tardevil said...

Love the pics...all of them!

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Lisa said...

I love the last picture of the little guy sitting in between the pumpkin.