Each of these cards has dimes and these ones are the
ornaments on the tree,
although one or two are missing.
And money still doesn't grow on trees today!
In Canada, Hallmark was once called Coutts Hallmark.
The front of the second card - ornaments with little flaps concealing dimes.
10 cents. I wonder what it's worth today?
This card is from Rust Craft. Donna, at Funky Junk Interiors,
would like that. :-)
I love the cute stickers on the envelopes.
I was looking for Christmas cards yesterday and you know, some of them
aren't very pretty or cute like the vintage ones. I guess I'm getting
old - er and want to 'relive' the 'good old days'. A lot of my decorating
for Christmas is with vintage things and my decor, in general, is with
the older, vintage and antique things passed on to me.
Sentimental me and the memory of an old Christmas card.
I have most of my Christmas decorations up and will put the tree up either
next weekend or by December 1st. There is snow in the forecast
for this afternoon and next week along with some rain so I'm hoping the
snow will 'inspire' me to get the tree from the attic and the trimmings from
the basement and put it all together to enjoy for the next several weeks.
Our choir is joining with a few other choirs this evening for a fundraiser
for the local Christian radio station - 96.5 JOY FM - with beautiful Christmas music.
This will be a great kick-off to the Christmas season!
And I see snowflakes falling outside the window right now!!
Have a great weekend. Thanks for visiting with me.