Ephemera · Postcards

1912 Easter Children & Roosters

Tonight I have a collage sheet for you, with cute Easter Children and Roosters:

Wings of Whimsy: 1912 Easter Children & Roosters #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #easter #children #roosters

Why not use these to make little hangers, like I did with the French Chicks (click on the image below to see the whole post with instructions):Wings of Whimsy: 1912 French Chicks  #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #french #chicks

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

Download Printable

This file is free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂 

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I used elements from the following source for these designs:

Easter Children & Roosters – Tuck DB

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6 thoughts on “1912 Easter Children & Roosters

  1. How do I download these from your files? I always get sent to Google something and then I can’t see the folders.

    1. Hello Lynn 🙂 Yes, they are in a google drive folder. When you arrive in the folder, click on the file you want. You will then see it on a black background with two icons directly above the file, one for printing it directly, and an arrow for downloading it to your computer 😀 Please let me know if you are able to make this work for you! xoxoxo

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