DIY · Ephemera · Norwegian

1914 Delineator – Baby Butterick

Here is a darling scene by Ella Dolbear Lee, from The Delineator, January 1914: Really, January? I indulge in the idea that 100 years ago, there was also people like me, who celebrate Christmas in their hearts every day of the year! (Or maybe the January issue was released early in December...? 😛 ) I tucked… Continue reading 1914 Delineator – Baby Butterick

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Ephemera · Postcards

1916 Bathing Beauties by Marjorie Mostyn – Printable Tags

I know I seem to only be thinking about Christmas, so I need to let you know that I'm not... I'm also still thinking about summer, and the wonderful warm weather we had this year, and how much the girls enjoyed swimming and bathing many times per day... So when I saw these lovely ladies,… Continue reading 1916 Bathing Beauties by Marjorie Mostyn – Printable Tags

DIY · Ephemera

Victorian Pearline Button Girls

I have repurposed yet another Victorian trade card, to decorate my studio:  The three little Victorian Girls are originally a die cut trade card, advertising Pearline (I suppose that was a laundry detergent helping to keep clothes white?). I have cleaned up the graphics, and resized the little darlings to fit on an A4 page. … Continue reading Victorian Pearline Button Girls