Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Postcard Friendship Friday/Vintage Christmas Postcards






These embossed Maine postcards are dated 1911. They are part of a collection I rescued from my husband's grandparents farmhouse. I really enjoy their wonderful color and texture.
Please vistit Postcard Friendship Friday for many vintage postcards and charming Christmas stories which started many of our traditions.

The postcard in my banner is from 1912 and is made of a very thick non-pliable material. See my Postcard Projects for ways to display vintage postcards in your home.

My new friend Judy at Cranberry Morning has a fun blog with handcrafted soaps and great links. I wanted to share with you this acrostic that came to her one evening as she pondered Christmas and the love of God.

Christ left the glories of Heaven to take on
Human form, to die, to
Rescue us from sin and death. He is not an
Infant any longer. He will be either your
Savior or your Judge.
Turn to Him and find
Mercy. He
Always welcomes the penitent and gives
Salvation and life abundant to those who trust in Him.

She also included this verse as one of the verses that shows how quickly and lovingly He forgives us as He cherishes relationship with each of us.
'Therefore, there is now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and death.' - Romans 8:1-2
Christmas Blessings to you and your families and my you find true JOY through all life's trials!

7 comments:

Postcardy said...

Those cards are pretty and unusual.

Funoldhag said...

Beautiful old cards - brings up thoughts of long, gone Christmases. Thank you for coming by my blog. I like what I see on yours and will come back and look around later on. I, too, enjoy doing artist trading cards and tags. Merry Christmas! Carol

Kelsie From Our Country Home said...

How lovely to have found these vintage post cards and rescue them.

Thank you for stopping by my tea for Santa post...I know your girls would love a tea party with mom...

Have a wonderful Blessed weekend Kelsie

Lyneen said...

What beautiful postcards. THanks for stopping by... yes I scrapbook, but more than that I love old paper!

Sheila said...

Beautiful cards! Especially, for me, the reindeer. :)

Snap said...

I love these cards, but then ... I have a *thing* for reindeer! :D :D Glad you saved them!

Brian PaperSponge said...

Beautiful cards. It's neat to find cards with similar layouts that go together.