Victorian Christmas cards
Thanks, Ethel. :-)I decided to post these free Victorian Christmas cards featuring winter and snow scenes in honor of the fact that the temperature finally dropped below 80 degrees down here in South Florida. It's been a particularly hot autumn, so this first sign of a chill in the air put me in the mood to bundle up in a short-sleeved sweater and wear furry slippers with open backs. (It's rare to be able to wear long-sleeved sweaters or slippers thatcover your whole feet if you live this close to the equator, so theabbreviated versions are what pass for winter wear most of the timearound here.) They're the perfect garb for posting Victorian Christmas images depicting regions that actually experience winter weather.
I love these snow and winter scene Victorian Christmas cards, not just because I envy the snow on the ground. I like them because they're so traditional and they invoke the feeling of Christmas just by looking at them. I hope you'll find lots of fun uses for them, such as for Christmas cards, calendars, photo mugs or any number of other fun projects. If you do, please scroll down to the bottom of the page and let me know how you used them by responding to the poll. Thanks and have a wonderful holiday!
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Muriel 5 years ago
There is nothing better than a victorian Christmas and your card prve that
Miss Paula 6 years ago
very nice thanks
Becky 6 years ago from Oklahoma
I enjoyed your Hub very much. Loved all the Victorian Christmas cards. Thanks :)
Susan Haze 7 years ago from Sunny Florida
I love these Victorian Christmas cards, even better, they are free.
GojiJuiceGoodness 7 years ago from Roanoke, Virginia
These are some of the coolest Christmas cards I've ever seen!
Duchess OBlunt 7 years ago
Carla Chadwick 7 years ago from Georgia, y'all
Eileen Kersey 7 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull
Some lovely, traditional, images here
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