Friday, December 21, 2012

Angelic Visitors -Postcard Friendship Friday #147


I love the soft amber tones of this beautiful vintage postcard.  I especially like the little angel holding the tree, and the tiny face of a child peeking from the upper window of the house.  There's a darling little birdie perched up there, too.  I also noted foot prints in the now--I wonder what, or who made them? 

Merry Christmas and many prayers for a blessed new year to all of you dear Friends.

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6 comments:

Deborah Swain said...

beth! have been away from PFF for a while so have been catching up on your news! so thrilled to hear that your husband has had the all clear...
wishing you both the very best christmas!

Snap said...

Beautiful card. Love the foot prints! You have a lot to celebrate this season. Hugs to you and yours, Merry Christmas and Happy PFF!

lostforwords101 said...

I love how serene this scene is! :)

I wish you and and your family all the best this holiday season and all throughout the next year, Beth!

Thanks for continuously hosting PFF. This has always been my repose from the stress and busyness of my professional life.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

Beautiful card! I didn't notice the little one at the top window until you pointed it out. There's so much detail.

VioletSky said...

the snow-laden christmas tree candelabra is wonderful!

Pat @ Post For Now said...

That is a beautiful post card! Happy Holidays! (I like the name of your blog and how it came to be.)