Thursday, August 2, 2012

Who's That Girl?

Like the Madonna reference? lol
While thrifting recently, I came across the cutest set of postal envelopes.
I kind of thought it was weird that these adorable drawing were on a envelope and not in a book.
Take a gander at how cute this little gal is!







There is a Happy Birthday card that goes in the last envelope but it is in VERY sad shape. I didn't even pull it out of the box to photograph.
Isn't she the cutest?!

I hope everyone is having a lovely day!


15 comments:

Lori Stokes Wright said...

Yes, she is adorable!!! I hope you make these into a little book, that would be so cute. Are you a crafter? I just started following you recently. ~Lori

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Love her little dotty dress! Have a great day! ♥

Sherri B. said...

That is so very cute! It seems like everything back in those days had so much more thought put into it. I remember the elaborate cards my father gave my mother and really cute Birthday cards, like this one, that I received as a child.

Thanks for sharing this! xo

Ann said...

Now she is a cutie-patootie! I love her bright red hair and rosy cheeks. She had such darling expressions.
Ann

Tami Von Zalez said...

I would be tempted to frame those as a series. Tres adorbs!

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LV said...

A great post filled with the cutest little girl. Loved it.

Primitive Stars said...

Hello, OMG!!!love your vintage blog, so sweet. The retro pictures and everything is so neat, also love the little post, what a cute envelope. Will become a follower for sure, Blessings Francine.

vintage grey said...

This is absolutely the sweetest!! xo Heather

Tammy's in Love said...

Ah, the old cards had such cute graphics! So many different images for one card! FUN FIND!

Margie said...

adorable! i collect vintage cards and children's books, so i LOVE these envelopes! i've never seen such great graphics on a set of envelopes before! LOVE your blog background too! my hubby and i sell (and collect) old ads and the refrigerator (and kitchen) ones are amongst my favorites! have a lovely day!

India Harlow said...

How adorable it would seem a shame to use them... Such a great item

craftyles said...

That is the cutest. I've never seen anything like that before on envelopes. Don't you wish we could find ones like that today.

Anne said...

Aww so adorable. I'm so glad that I came across your blog. =)

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

Haaa! I love the Madonna reference! Yes, that little girl is the cutest ever. Vintage graphics are just the best!
I'm so glad you showed this one :)
Erica

sweetvintageofmine said...

LOVE your VINTAGE-RETRO BLOG!! Glad I came across it! Your trailer is a FAVORITE! I have a soft spot for them! I am your newest follower! From one sweetie to another~~~~Roxie