Joyeux Noel

Another lovely antique post card from my collection for you my dears, a French Christmas one from 1902. "Gloria In Excelsis Deo" is written on the bell. Click on the postcard to enlarge it and right click to save it.

The lucky winner of the teacup trio giveaway sponsored by The Oxford Tea Party is Jennifer! Congratulations Jennifer! Thank you to all who entered and thank you to The Oxford Tea Party for sponsoring the giveaway!

Hope you all have a great week! :)

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  1. Congrats to Jennifer, and this is another delicate and pretty postcard, Carla. I hope your week is going swimmingly.

  2. Wow! Thanks!

    I'm not sure if you emailed me yet or not, but if you did, I think that my email might have classified it as spam. If this is the case, would you mind emailing me again?

    If this isn't the case, sorry for seeming pushy. :)

  3. That is such a pretty card. It provided a lovely little bright moment in my day. Thank you for your gorgeous blog.

  4. Hello Carla,

    You are so sweet to write such nice comments on my blog. Thank you for the beautiful card. I love angels. Also, I LOVE your William Morris cushions! I have WM gift wrap and I have seen photos of homes adorned with the wallpaper - gorgeous! I hope all is well in your world.

    Your friend,

    Lisa of Rosamund

  5. Hi Carla! I love vintage illustrations, and this one is so sweet. Thank you for sharing! ... Congrats to lucky Jennifer! Have a wonderful, fun filled weekend! xo Paulette

  6. I LOVE antique post cards. My dad has a bunch of them from distant relatives and family members from long ago. You know, I really love antique and vintage things. How do you go about finding these items? My uncle used to go to these digs where you could get vintage Coca-Cola bottles and all types of old things. I always thought it was really neat, but wondered how you hear about them.


Thank you for visiting and commenting! I love to read your comments! :) Best wishes, Carla.