Ephemera · Postcards

1914 Easter Girls & Chicks

What is with cute chicks and little girls? These images make me very happy 🙂 And maybe especially today, it is my youngest daughters birthday. Imagine, it is already 11 years since she was born, time certainly flies!!

Happy 11th Birthday Torunn 🙂

Wings of Whimsy: Easter Girls & Chicks #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #easter #chicks #eggs

Why not use these to make little hangers, like I did with the Victorian Nested Cherubs (click on the image below to see the whole post with instructions):

Wings of Whimsy: Nested Easter Cherubs  - DIY Easter Hangers #vintage #ephemere #freebie #printable #easter #nest #baby #cherub

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 sources for this design:

Girls  & Chicks – Tuck DB

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4 thoughts on “1914 Easter Girls & Chicks

    1. Thank you Grace 🙂 I will certainly share your greeting with her, she’s been looking forward to this birthday for many weeks, and to being center of attention 🙂 (As if she is not every day, already…lol) xoxoxo

  1. Happy Birthday Torunn, have a wonderful day with lots of hugs and ofcourse many many presents !!
    Also congratulations for your mommy and sis !

    1. Thank you Anita 🙂 She was soo, so excited about the presents! I even came up with (if I may say so myself) a most clever way of wrapping her gift: a thrifted book (that cost next to nothing), with money tucked inside the cover 😀 So the gift looked like a book, but was really the cash… hehehe! I think I will use that method again, although some people might not get that the book is just a disguise… 😛 xoxoxo

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