Hi there ‘shabbilicious’ friends,
I honestly can’t believe we are at the halfway mark of our ‘A Year of Vintage Postcards’ project?
My flipbook journal is starting to look substantial now.
Are you making a flip book too…. or perhaps using the postcards for another project?
If you are new to this year long project, we are creating a collection of vintage postcards.
Every month I will be providing two vintage postcard printables to add to your collection.
Each postcard measures 9 cm x 14 cm (3.5” x 5.5”) and has both a front and back image.
To construct the postcards:
1. Print the June PDF – 2 pages.
2. Cut the postcards out as one complete card (front and back) and score down the centre where the front and back of the postcards meet.
3. Fold in half along the score line and use glue to adhere the front and back of the postcard together.
June Vintage Postcards
This month I’ve turned to sweet little forget me not flowers to bring some cheer to us all.
The first postcard is titled Little Darlings and was painted by one of my favourite Victorian/Edwardian painters, Frances Brundage. This postcard was released in 1902.
The second card is by another well know artist, Catherine Klein. It is from her Floral Messages set, which was released in 1907…. and there are a couple of extras too.
Download the Postcards
Click HERE to download the A4 sized PDF.
Click HERE to download the Letter size PDF (USA).
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If you are new to this year long project or maybe missed a month, here are the previous downloads:
- You can find out all about my flip journal and how I’m using it at A year of Vintage Postcards – January.
- February’s postcards celebrate the season of love – download the February postcards HERE.
- March had a nod to St Patrick’s Day and a beautiful child postcard – download the March postcards HERE.
- April celebrated a vintage Easter – download the April postcards HERE.
- May has beautiful postcards depicting mothers and children – download the May postcards HERE.
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Merci beaucoup pour ces jolies cartes vintages. De quoi faire de belles cartes. J’Aime beaucoup. Bonne journée.
Bonjour! I’m so glad that you like them.
Michèle 17 says
Merci pour ces cartes ” forget me not ” . Elles sont très jolies . Bonne journée
You are welcome Michele. Enjoy!
Dorabella Santos says
Thank you so much! They are so lovely!
I’m really pleased that you like them Dorabella.
Have fun with them 🙂
Thank you for these beautiful postcards. Forget me nots are one of my favourite flowers; mine are in bloom right now, along with my lily of the valley–such a sweet combo. Linda
Oh, your garden must be gorgeous Linda. In a past house I had a beautiful crop of forget me nots that my husband kept trying to get rid of. The more he tried… the more they flourished. You just can’t kill them!!
So glad you like this months postcards.
What lovely postcards! Thank you so much!
Annie HEULLE says
Thank you for all beautifull victorian postcards
Kisses from Belgium
luann Rosengrant says
I love anything Victorian! Thankyou! I so enjoy This group
Kathy A says
I love forget me nots! Although currently packed away, my few pieces of old china will make another lovely vignette with a framed picture of these!
Sue Walsh says
Another beautiful Postcard, Thank you Kerryanne.
Thank you KerryAnne for these lovely Postcards…I just am such a lover of what you pick each month to send to us…they always warm my heart with a smile because I am always in awe of the loveliness that awaits me to create something hopefully even a just a touch lovelier!
Have a lovely and calm weekend. Hugs, JoeyAnn
Thank you for sharing these. I enjoy them so much!