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Tuesday 11/13/2018

· Decorating,French Country

Sunday 11/18/2018

These adorable pastel colored pictures are gorgeous to print and flutter your house with them in preferrably gold frames.

5" x 7" printable

8 1/2" x 11" printable

5" x 7" printable

8" x 11 1/2" printable

5" x 7" printable

8 1/2" x 11" printable

5" x 7" printable

8" x 11 1/2" printable

5" x 7" printable

8 1/2" x 11" printable

This is a cute collection of 5 White Turkey Images! These are all beautiful Antique Thanksgiving Postcards scanned from The Graphics Fairy collection. Each one features a marvelous White Turkey. Most of these cards date to the early 1900’s. These would be fun to use in your Thanksgiving Crafts or Designs.

This gorgeous Vintage Thanksgiving Postcard features a Pilgrim lady dressed in Blue and White, with her arms round a Giant White Turkey with a bright red head. Behind them a Moon Man appears to be watching them! The greeting is “Hearty Thanksgiving Greeting”. This is a John Winsch Postcard from Circa 1911.

This lovely card shows a Handsome White Turkey with red feet and gobble. He appears to be marching through a Pumpkin Patch. This card is postmarked 1909 on the back of it.

This one was picked up at an antique mall (probably in Pennsylvania) several years ago. This one was a postcard dated 1901.

Just look at this proud fellow! Isn’t he gorgeous?! Shown on this one is a perfect White Turkey with his tail fanned out. He has little touches of metallic gold on his wings and tail feathers. At the top of the card we see a beautiful Fall Garland that consists of a small Pumpkin, with a Red, white and blue patriotic ribbon, and some dried Corn. This one also has a simple Thanksgiving Greeting on it. The back of this Postcard is postmarked Circa 1909. I think it would be fun to take a gold pen and highlight some of the metallic touches on this card.

This is a nice old fashioned Thanksgiving Postcard, with a big White Turkey on it! The Turkey has a bright red and blue head. This card dates to Circa 1915. The greeting on the card is simply “Thanksgiving Greetings”.

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