2 thoughts on “Strange Easter Greetings!

  1. I’m in love! I can’t believe after all your lovely “likes” I have not visited here before! You have amazing stuff, and I know exactly what you mean about something being a little off… 🙂 I’m sure that is where you get your love for vintage fairytales, the images are most always portraying funny and strange situations – imaginative! I loved fairytales as a child, and I still do. Only reason I’m in cherub postcards is cause they are cheap to purchase on ebay…lol

    I looked around for copyright information, but have not been able to find anything? What are your terms on these pictures? Please let me know, as I might be interested in using some for my digital crafts, and you know how I like to share on my blog…;-)

    Also, your’s is actually the first WordPress blog I have found that does whimiscal vintage ephemera, I’d love it if you’d point me in the direction of others you might know of. I’m a huge fan of pillpat on Flickr, she has a lot of french fairytale images as well. And I think she has a couple of blogs, but they are again blospot… not wordpress…:-P

    Sorry about my ramblings, I just wanted to express lots of love for your stuff and cram in a few questions…lol!!

    Love & Light
    Gunnvor Karita

    1. Oh my, I had never noticed you didn’t visit – I suppose I assumed you did since we are interested in old images. I really have left you more than a few likes – that will remind you to check out your likers more often! I own all my images – yes, I know people don’t understand all this copyright stuff, but I do and I am sure you do too. I own the books and I have worked hard to restore the images I post – everything is pre-1922. If you ask me about a specific image and mention me I will likely give you permission – I hate it when people “take” my images – but that is the attitude right now. I appreciate VERY MUCH your asking – I am amazed at the crazy world of post everything and anything with a copyright! It will all catch up to us all too soon – I’ve noticed that old newspapers are now mostly sold to subscription services – hold on to those postcards!
      Best from another image lover,

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