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Free Vintage Easter Cards: Easter Flowers

Please scroll down to see all the floral vintage Easter cards

Please scroll down to see all the floral vintage Easter cards

Easter and spring go hand-in-hand, so it's no wonder that lovely spring flowers are often associated with Easter cards -- especially in vintage greeting cards.

This collection of floral vintage Easter cards runs the gamut from very serious Easter flower images to the downright silly. There's one card with flowers that surround a frog -- in what looks like an old-time striped Speedo -- juggling colored Easter eggs while baby chicks look on, and another with human children's heads inserted into Easter lilies. There's yet another card with children either growing out of pots of pink chrysanthemums or just playing in them. If you're looking for a more whimsical take on Easter cards this year, any of those should do the job.

There are also plenty of more traditional Easter flower cards that incorporate roses, forget-me-nots, violets, pansies, pussywillows, ribbons, church bells and country church scenes, Easter eggs, baby chicks and other symbols of this season of renewal.

I hope that you find these vintage Easter cards useful! Please scroll down to see all the Easter cards and read the download instructions.

Instructions for Downloading the Vintage Easter Cards

Please review the Terms of Use (in the Rules of the Road graphic at the bottom of the page) before downloading any art. "Free" does not mean you can do anything you want with these images. Please honor the terms. If you don't understand them or have questions, please write to carla [@] b2bcontentsolutions. [com]. (Remove brackets and spaces before e-mailing.)

Once you've read the terms, choose a thumbnail of any of the vertical or horizontal vintage Easter cards above the large images in the right column. When you click on one of the images, it will appear larger. Once you've chosen an image and see it larger, double-click on the larger image, which will make the best version of the art appear. Then, if you have a PC, right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you have a Mac, control-click the image until you get a pop-up menu with an option to save it.

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Want More Free Vintage Easter Art?

You might also be interested in the Free Clip Art Sourcebook, which contains my collection of free vintage and contemporary clip art and greeting cards, including plenty of art for Easter. Also, see below for a link to Vintagerio, where you can download your choice of 15,000 vintage images for one very low price!

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Jessica on April 02, 2010:


Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on September 05, 2009:

Thanks so much for pointing that out, Dolores! I forgot to check the box that allows the larger images to show. It's fixed now.

Dolores Ryan on September 04, 2009:

The first set of Easter cards (vertical) do not have links to the largest pictures. Or, maybe what is shown is the largest?

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on April 08, 2009:

You're welcome, LondonGirl. I'm glad you like them. Happy Easter!

LondonGirl from London on April 08, 2009:

what a great hub! They are gorgeous, thank for sharing them.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on April 08, 2009:

Thanks, Dolores. You're right; these cards are treasures. I have a big collection of them and it never ceases to amaze me how beautiful each one is in its own way.

Dolores Monet from East Coast, United States on April 08, 2009:

wordplay - thank you for sharing these beautiful vintage cards, they really knew how to make them didn't they? I have a few old ones packed away, they are treasures.

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