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Free Vintage Easter Egg Greeting Cards

Please scroll down to see all the vintage Easter egg greeting cards

Please scroll down to see all the vintage Easter egg greeting cards

If it's Easter, you have to have Easter eggs, right? With these vintage Easter cards that feature Easter eggs, you don't even have to get out the dye kit and color the eggs; just download the cards and print.

Some of the art on these is just exquisite. In my opinion, the vintage woman coming out of the egg is especially lovely. I also love the paper cone filled with eggs and flowers. I seem to remember hearing somewhere that in days gone by eggs were sometimes delivered in paper cones, so that must have been the inspiration for that particular image. I should actually know more about this, because my grandfather drove a dairy wagon in Chicago during the Great Depression. I'm sure he delivered many eggs on his route. I wish he was still around so I could ask him more about his experiences.

These cards are great for making handmade vintage Easter cards, scrapbooking and making all kinds of other Easter crafts. To download them, just scroll down and follow the instructions below.

Instructions for Downloading

Please read the terms of use in the "Rules of the Road" graphic below before downloading any images.

To download, choose a thumbnail version of any of the vertical or horizontal vintage Easter cards. 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, just right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you have a Mac, control-click the image until a menu appears that gives you the 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.

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Terms of Use

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Comments

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on April 05, 2012:

Hi, Marlene.

Thanks for asking. You're allowed to use the image as long as you place a link to this page in the comments box that's right above the browse button you will use to upload the image to Facebook. You'll have to put the image on your hard drive first.

The bottom line is that as long as people can tell where you got the image and can click a link to it, you may use it. :-)

Marlene York on April 05, 2012:

I'm new at this and the last thing I want to do is step on other's toes. I'd like to use the Easter greeting (woman coming out of egg) on my Facebook page to wish family/friends Happy Easter (I'm new at this too). Is this allowable?

She is lovely. Love you site.

Thanks!

Marlene

atlantam48@yahoo.com

william.fischer29 on May 20, 2011:

Great article, I am glad to read this.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on February 20, 2009:

You're welcome, Helen. I'm so glad you find the cards useful. :-)

Helen on February 20, 2009:

Hi and Thank you so much. I have enjoyed this site so much. I could never have afforded all these beautiful cards. I use them for the holidays and for my decorating. Again Thank you, Gods peace Helen

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