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Free Printable Vintage Easter Cards

Please scroll down to see the vintage Easter cards

Please scroll down to see the vintage Easter cards

These free printable vintage Easter cards make lovely gifts you can create for family and friends to show them you care.

Easter is such a lovely time of year. It's a religious holiday, but it also has a little something for everyone because it's a celebration of Spring that brings children and adults together as family to share in the fun.

The vintage Easter card designs at the bottom of this page can be used in a variety of ways:

1. You could print one or more on photo paper and mount them on the front of pre-folded greeting cardstock.

2. You could print them directly on the cover of pre-folded greeting cards and print your own message inside.

3. You could print them on glossy card stock and send them as vintage postcards.

4. You could use them as Easter decorations by printing them and attaching them at the top, like flags, to crepe paper or heavy colorful yarn. You can then hang them across a window or on the side of a stair banister.

5. You could print them and use them as collage items for a special project for children.

6. Use the Easter cards as clip art.

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Instructions for Downloading the Cards

1. Please read the terms of use for these images in the "Rules of the Road" graphic further down on the page before downloading any of the images.

2. To download an image, double-click it to get the best version of the art. Then, if you have a PC, right-click your mouse and use "Save As" to save it to your hard drive. If you use a Mac, control-click the image until a pop-up menu appears that gives you the option to save it.

3. Please note that these images are of varying sizes and resolution, so some may not be as suitable as others for using in print projects. Sometimes, though, if you embellish them with glitter glue, paint or other special touches, you can get away with using an image that looks a little blurry because of its resolution. You have to evaluate this on a case-by-case basis. Also, if an image is too small, you can use it at a smaller size and combine with with other elements to make a larger design.

Please be sure to scroll down to read the terms of use for these Easter images.

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Terms of Use

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Comments

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on April 01, 2009:

You're welcome, Arisha. Thanks for your comment.

Arisha on April 01, 2009:

aw-www, they are so cute =) thank you for 'em.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 12, 2008:

You're quite welcome, In The Doghouse! I hope you can find a fun use for them.

In The Doghouse from California on March 12, 2008:

Loved the vintage cards. Thanks for making them available to us. Great HUB.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 03, 2008:

Hi Eileen and ajcor. Thanks for your comments. I hope you'll find these useful. Happy Easter!

ajcor from NSW. Australia on March 02, 2008:

Thank you for these lovely old style pictures - I am inspired to actually make them instead of just talking about it!

Eileen Hughes from Northam Western Australia on March 02, 2008:

Great pics, I love them and will have to try them out. Thanks

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