Vintage Mother’s Day Cards


This is a collection I started by accident.  A few years ago, I found  a couple of framed vintage Mother’s Day cards at an antique mall.




Over the years, I have occasionally found one at an estate sale or antique mall along the way.




I’ve hung them in different places in my home, but I recently decided to group them together for more of a statement.  Because I didn’t have enough of them, I added in a couple of other vintage pictures.  These hang in my stairwell going up to the childrens’  bedrooms.





When I had a Mother’s Day dinner with friends (which I posted about here), I used these framed cards as a display on my front entry table to set the mood for the evening.




I hope you all have a wonderful Mother’s Day filled with family and love!



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Phil B. (husband)
Phil B. (husband)
10 years ago

You are a wonderful Mother!

kristiebarnett
10 years ago

Thank you, honey!!!!! 🙂

Andrea
Andrea
10 years ago

You guys are presh!

The colors in that first card are sublime.

robyn
robyn
8 years ago

hi,

 love your collection… i have a few of these too.

Do you know when people began to frme these cards? Was it a style?

I wonder ow many people continue to frame greeting cards, and why we don't more often.  Maybe they are too easy to get these days?

Robyn

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