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Christmas Ladies 1902 – Frances Brundage Tags

The lovely 1902 Christmas Ladies I used for these tags are believed to be painted by Frances Brundage: I hope these will be added to some of your gifts this season 🙂 INSTRUCTIONS: Print the tag sheet on cardstock, I use Canon Matte photopaper (170g). Attach the tag sheet to thin cardboard with spray glue, I save… Continue reading Christmas Ladies 1902 – Frances Brundage Tags

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1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 3 of 3

If you have not already, I highly recommend reading the 1909 little booklet "The Yea and Ney of Correspondence Etiquette"! It offers a neat peak into the Edwardian era of correspondence, and some pointers are valid even today! I redesigned the beautiful pages into notecards, and share my third sheet with you today: Use the 12… Continue reading 1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 3 of 3

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1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 2 of 3

Here is second sheet of Romantic Notecards, redesigned from pages of the 1909 little booklet, "The Yea and Ney of Correspondence Etiquette": Use the Romantic Notecards for a thank you note, hand written invitations, recipe cards, or even as labels for big boxes!  Find your high quality copy of Sheet No 2 in the download folder, free… Continue reading 1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 2 of 3

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1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 1 of 3

When I came across the 1909 little booklet, "The Yea and Ney of Correspondence Etiquette", I just new I had to redesign the beautiful pages into Romantic Notecards: Use the Romantic Notecards for a thank you note, hand written invitations, recipe cards, or even as labels for big boxes! Find your high quality copy of Sheet… Continue reading 1909 Romantic Notecards – Sheet No 1 of 3