Good morning, Tina here.
Today I am sharing postcards which were sent in 1916 as Easter greetings.
A lot of the same themes show up in the art on these cards. Daffodils are popular, as the harbringers of spring.
A floral cross with forget-me-nots and another daffodil.
More daffodils. Although Easter falls rather early this year, our spring was earlier, and we will have few daffodils left blooming by this Sunday.
Chicks. Definitely a sight of spring.
We have no clematis here in Kelsey, not for lack of trying, they just don't seem to like our soil or climate.
I am not sure what flowers these are supposed to be, I am guessing primroses?
Can't forget the Easter bonnet! It really is a shame that bonnets have gone out of style. What a great way for a lady to make a fashion statement!
The joy of receiving a package in the mail, obviously her Easter bonnet. Her bunny just happens to be snacking on a bit of green.
Easter eggs, crocus and Easter lilies. I love this illustration!
Chicks offer violets, daffodils, and lilies to our bonneted lass.
Wishing a joyful Easter to you all!