Another batch of fresh Vintage Valentine Cherubs from my albums. Cutie-pah-tootie cherubs with hearts today! Not that my earlier cherubs have not had hearts, but I picked a few today with large hearts!
And here are the individual cards:
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7 thoughts on “1906 Cherub Hearts – free printable”
I just love the sweet little faces on these! I think these are my favorites so far….hugs Patti 🙂
Thanks Patti 🙂
I agree their faces are especially sweet. The card with the two cherubs and hearts in a basket is one of my all time favorites too. I’m very pleased with how the scan came out! I Have seen that card online with English text, so I know for sure it has been used in several countries, even though my card has German text.
I was googling the little verse last night, and I believe an “Elfchen” is a very specific type of little poem, similar to Haiku, that always contains 11 words and is written by a very strict system. I will challenge my friend Jutta in Germany to help us all translate the correct wording and maybe explain more about Elfchens 😉
Have a wonderful day Hunny!
Gunnvor Karita 🙂
I have received an e-mail from my German friend Jutta, with an explanation of the poem. Apparently I was totally wrong about the “Elfchen”…lol! Here is a copy of part of Jutta’s e-mail:
“that every flower will change, with the magic power of an elf, into a greeting, which brings happiness and friendship.”
…you are right, that an “elfchen” is a poem with 11 words, my kids have such a thing often done in school, but the words on this lovely card, have nothing to do with it ;-).