Thursday, January 2, 2014

Ringing In 2014

Happy New Year -- 2014!

The bells were gathered to make a celebratory noise
as a new year commences.  

The celebration of New Year has long been associated
with extending good wishes and visiting with friends.
   The lovely ladies pictured on these vintage postcards
 are dressed in their finest attire to wish you
love, happiness and peace during 2014.

The postcards were published by John Winsch, copyright 1910.

Until next time, live and love well.

Please join me in ringing in the New Year at:
Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound

This forum reveals random thoughts and reflections on topics of interest and events impacting the life of the founder of Doll in the Looking Glass.  Our boutique specializes in custom designed dolls that look like your child. We also design toddler and baby dolls that look real using vinyl doll components manufactured in Midland, Michigan USA by Apple Valley Doll Works.  The goal of Doll in the Looking Glass is to delight our customers with our creations.  We would love to create a special doll for you!


Sue said...

I love them both, but like the first card the most. There is a Victorian type group on Google+. If you want to join let me know and I ask the owner to send you an invite as it is a private group. Happy New Year!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Beautiful postcards Debra! Happy New Year to you!

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Debra. I am so glad you joined us today.

The vintage cards are so pretty. I have a few, and I often take them out to enjoy.

LV said...

Enjoyed the vintage post cards very much. They are more interesting to me than the new ones.

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Love the postcards...thanks for sharing with us. Have a great New Year and hope it includes lots of pink !

Elena said...

Happy New Year Debra! I loved the post cards. So elegant!

Jeanne said...

Happy New Year Debra, I love the vintage post cards so much. Such beautiful ways to send greetings in all seasons. Life sure has changed since then.

The dolls must be quite wonderful.

Hugs, Jeanne

bj said...

O, aren't these ladies so elegant...
thanks for sharing.
I just linked up to follow you thru Google Friends.:)
xo bj

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