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1912 French Chicks – DIY Easter Hangers

Here is a collage sheet with adorable French Chicks I have prepared for Easter:

Wings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicks

I glued the collage sheet to thin cardboard (cereal box) before I cut out the individual cards, inked the edges and attached a little wire with some pearls. A super easy and quick project, resulting in cute little Easter hangers that you can use anywhere!

Wings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicksWings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicksWings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicksWings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicks

Go to the folder below to download high quality printable collage sheet, and to check out the Easter graphics I posted earlier years:

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This file is free for your personal use and enjoyment πŸ™‚Β 

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I used elements from the following source for these designs:

French Easter Chicks – Tuck DB

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18 thoughts on “1912 French Chicks – DIY Easter Hangers

    1. Thank you Edwina πŸ™‚ I knew there ought to be a word for these, I just could not figure out what it was, not even in Norwegian. I changed the title to “hangers” rather than “signs” when I read your comment πŸ˜€ xoxoxo

  1. These are so sweet! I love the idea of putting them on cardboard to create lightweight fun hangers I can put in my kitchen. Thank you!

    1. Thank you Carol πŸ™‚ Please also read my answer to Margie, I think the general idea can be applied to any vintage cards for convenient hangers to scatter all around the house πŸ˜€ xoxoxo

  2. These are so sweet Gunnvor but I can’t see them at the link. I fully understand if you still don’t feel like sharing but just in case your link isn’t working properly…… x

    1. Sorry about the delay Sweetie πŸ™‚ I had to pick up my oldest at one B-day party, and drive my youngest to another, so today I have been quickly changing between operations…lol! The file is in the folder now! I loved making these, such a super-easy project, right up my alley πŸ˜€ I think I will use the larger boy & girl cards from earlier this week and the nested cherubs from last week in a simmilar way, only I might play around with different beads, and maybe add some glitter to the frames πŸ˜€

      Little hangers like these are perfect seasonal decor, they are sooo easy to place anywhere, and then to remove after the celebrations just as easily. πŸ˜€

      Take care Darling, xoxoxo

      1. Ah yes I remember that time very well! Thanks so much for the link, I’m planning to use these beauties to go over the tops of the easter boxes I’ve made. xxxx

  3. Hello again. I am sorry to pester you, but when I clicked the download link, it showed the past years’ folders and earlier images from this year, but not the cute French Easter chicks? I’m confused because I’ve successfully downloaded your images before. Ah, I see Margie D is seeing the same thing.

    I understand that you’re busy dealing with some stuff these days, so I don’t want to add to your stress… Just thought I should let you know. Thanks!

    1. Thank you Carol! No pester at all, I forgot about the time, and had to rush off to drive my daughters, the mum-taxi to the rescue…lol! But I uploaded the file as soon as I was back home, so it’s there now πŸ˜€

      I also sometimes prepare the posts late at night, and set them to autopost the following day, and then I have to remind myself to upload the printables to the download folder…! So I’m thankful for all the help if files are missing πŸ™‚ xoxoxo

    1. Thank you Sweetie πŸ™‚ And so, so very easy to make too πŸ˜€ I’ve since thought that I could add more charms and little ribbons maybe to the wire as well, kind of like jewelry, but only for the hanger in stead πŸ˜‰ xoxoxo

    1. Thank you for leaving a comment Linda πŸ™‚ I hope you feel inspired to whip up a few hangers of your own, or use the images for any fun Easter project πŸ™‚ xoxoxo

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