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Free Vintage Happy New Year Cards

People have always been much more prone to sending Christmas cards than Happy New Year cards, so it's rare to see many good New Year card examples. It's even more rare when it comes to vintage Happy New Year cards. But for the hardy souls who don't mind addressing all those Christmas cards and then turning around and doing it again to send New Year greetings, I've included some beautiful vintage Happy New Year cards on this page. (Scroll down to see and download the New Years cards.)

Just download a New Year card to your computer and then print it directly onto a pre-cut and scored card. You can also print the New Year card artwork on a sheet of cardstock, cut it out and paste it on a separate card. Personally, I like to add glitter glue in small amounts, just enough to emphasize the highlights in the artwork.

For those who want to reduce their carbon footprint and not send New Year cards by mail, they can also be used as e-mail New Year greetings. They also make excellent components for holiday crafts and beautiful New Year clipart for blogs, Web sites, fliers and anything else you can think of.

Downloading Instructions for the Happy New Year Cards

Choose a thumbnail version of any of the New Year cards to see a preview version. When you click on one of the previews, it will appear larger. If you have a PC, just right-click and save the larger version of the New Year card to your hard drive. If you have a Mac, control-click the image until you get a menu with the option to save the image.

And make sure to vote in our poll about whether you send Happy New Year cards and watch the video of New Year fireworks in Sydney, Australia!

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New Years Eve Fireworks in Sydney Harbor, Australia

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Comments

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on May 11, 2011:

Thanks for the kind words. I have no objection at all to your linking to this hub. In fact, I would really appreciate it. :-)

RTalloni on May 11, 2011:

Thanks for sharing the info on these cards. Really nice. Would like to link to my happy new year hub if you have no objection. Thanks again!

Becky from Oklahoma on December 30, 2010:

I love the free vintage cards, they're so old fashioned and adorable! Thanks for sharing. I'm adding your link to my Hub; https://discover.hubpages.com/literature/AuldLangS . Happy New Year :)

Pilli Pilli on December 18, 2008:

I used one of your cards for my blog and put a link to your website!

Thank you very much and best wishes for the holidays!

K.

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