Little Miss Silver Skates came all the way from Boston Sunday Globe on January 5th 1896, into my snow globe style Christmas Norgesglass (Norwegian Mason jar):
I think she fits nicely with The Little Coasters:
Are they not totally precious together? I have converted my snow globes to regular (cheap) coarse sea salt as snow, and I really can’t tell the difference with the Maldon sea salt flakes, so save your money and buy the cheap version 😀
If you need Christmas trees, I designed several different ones last year, and they are still looking good with this years displays (click on the image below to go to the posts with the trees):
I have resized Little Miss Silver Skates to fit on regular A4 paper. If you want the size that fits in Mason jars, choose the sheet with both art supplements.
Find your high quality copies in my Christmas download folder, free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂
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9 thoughts on “1896 Boston Sunday Globe – Little Miss Silver Skates”
Oh, she is lovely Gunnvor! Can’t wait to cut her out and give her a home. Margie x
Dear Margie 🙂 I am very happy to hear that you want to use the graphic. She’s a cutie, and those little boys are sweet too 😀 xoxoxo
This is gorgeous Gunnvor. Thank you so much for sharing them.
Enjoy, sweetie! These are not too hard to cut out, and make a quick and effectful vintage decoration 😉 xoxoxo
Oh these are sooo cute Gunnvor, I really hope, that I´ll get a couple days of here, so I can find a little time to make some of all these cuties here before christmas. They´re just sooo beautiful. Thanks sooo very much for sharing them all with us. Hope you´re having a wonderful and fun time with your beautiful girls here for christmas.
Haha, if not you may add them to your 2015 Christmas-planner… hehehe! xoxoxo
I can asure you, that my 2015 plans are already way over what´s do-able, I´m afraid ha ha ha, but a girl can dream, can´t she? he he he
Thanks for the lovely images! Concerning your use of sea salt as “snow”, maybe it’s different where you live but I always use Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) which is MUCH less expensive. It seems to sparkle more, too. At least I think so.
YES! I will indeed go and buy some epsom salt next 😀 Thank you very much for the excellent suggestion! xoxoxo