Vintage Valentine Cards
Send Vintage Valentines Cards This Year
Vintage Love Cards and the Victorian Age
I love vintage Valentine and retro designs on greeting cards for that special day on February 14th. These sentiments are so special to give out to your sweetheart. The images on the cards go back as early as 1908 to 1923. Vintage and the Victorian Age has become more popular to see in cards and gifts in recent years.
Here you will find images of cupid, ladies and couples of the 1800's, young loves first kiss, roses, hearts and much more. Fortunate to own some of these real postcards, There is something wonderful and magical about this time period..
Fashion of the Victorian age date back from 1837 to 1901, it was considered a romantic era. Queen Victoria influenced much of the fashion of clothing in this time of history. Women's dresses were long. Slender to the waist with bell shaped shirts. Underneath were uncomfortable (assuming they were) corsets, knee-length chemise, and layers of petticoats. Hats varied from simple ribbon and silk bonnets to more fancy type of headdress.
Greeting cards on Zazzle are printed in full color on professional quality card stock paper. Create your own message on the inside of the card. Let the poet in you flow with loving words.
On many of these cards, you can also change the text and add pictures to make the cards even more unique. Discounts on purchasing a set of 10 or more of the same card. Find matching postage stamps to add to the envelopes. Sandyspider Gifts on Zazzle offers many different Vintage Valentine designs with these old fashion cards for the day of love - find it here.
The cards on this subject found on Amazon come in sets of 6 and the best value of 12.
Cupid Valentine Postcard
Vintage Valentine Cards on Amazon and 3DRose
Where to these vintage cards?
Valentines on Zazzle at Sandyspider Gifts Store
These are the three Valentine categories from Sandyspider Gifts.
Vintage Valentine's Day
Our customizable cards and gifts are always a hit when you're trying to impress someone special. These vintage Valentine's Day images include Victorian ladies, cupid, roses and so much more and are available.
Personalized Valentine's Day cards for the sweetheart in your life. This holiday's images are on cards and products that include teddy bears, hearts, chocolate truffles, flowers, cupid, and funny designs. Give a unique cards and gift to that special someone.
Happy Anti-Valentine's Day
A funny look (if you can call it that) for the broken hearted. Someone who has been jilted. Could be a card or gift for your ex to let him or her know you have moved on. Or not moved on and to let that person know how much your heart is breaking.
Cupid Greeting Cards in Sets
Cupid Kids Postcard
Vintage Valentines or Not
Do you like Vintage Valentine cards?
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- Valentines Day Vintage Postage Stamps
Vintage Valentine stamps come custom made from an online shops like Zazzle. I love this site, in fact I am addicted to it. Zazzle is a high quality, fast shipping, online shop where print on demand postage will be sent to the buyer within 24 hours. I have bought Zazzle products myself and can vouch for their excellent quality and customer service. Zazzle offers a wide variety of vintage postage stamps. These stamps can be changed to suit the customer. As the buyer, you are allowed to change or add text, change the pictures or re-size them. Provided the shopkeeper has allowed it. Not too many online shops can offer such flexibility.
- Print on Demand Calendars
Custom made print-on-demand calendars make wonderful gifts. Zazzle is one of the best customized online shops. The quality of the products can't be beat. I know! Not only do I have two free shops on Zazzle, I have also bought some of there products.
- Custom Calendar Mouse Pads
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- Do We Need Mousepads?
In 1969, Jack Kelley of Herman Miller designed the first mousepad. The purpose of the mousepad was to increase the friction of the mouse ball. Designed with a metallic, rubber-coated ball inside the mouse to track the computer’s cursor based on the turning on the mouse. The surface needed enough friction in order for the ball to turn. A mousepad gave that necessary friction.
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Searching through your photographs you find a photo of Aunt Harriet proudly holding her overgrown Zucchini. Her birthday is coming up. She already has everything and she is so hard to please. How can she refuse a custom print mug?
- St. Patrick's Day T-shirts
I have other online print on demand shops. The quality of their products is high just like Zazzle, but they don’t offer the type of personal customization that Zazzle does. For instance: Say you would like the “St. Patty’s Odd Couple” t-shirt that you see above, but you would like it in Men’s or for your Baby.
- Halloween Cards
The first Halloween card was made in 1908 in America. But these cards were not too popular until the 1930's came along. The tradition of Halloween dates back for centuries, tracing back to the Celtic festival Samhain and the acknowledged of the end of the harvest season.
- Vintage Halloween T-shirts
Vintage designs have become more popular over the last few years. Not only do they look good on cards, but they look good on clothing too.
When going trick-or-treating with your child or grandchild, it is fun to dress up as well. But if you feel too embarrassed dressed up as a bunny or devil, how about a Halloween t-shirt. Add a vintage design to it and you have one nice looking Vintage Halloween t-shirt.
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