Love this vintage card! Red Poppies,, unusual.. but perfect!
Vintage thing always bring a smile to my face.A Happy Ruby Tuesday to you.
Such a unique Christmas card with the Poppies...even back then! Merry Christmas Coralie!
I love the poppies and the all vintage of your blog!You look lovely as well, a sweet smile of a beautiful lady!We grew up in times when life was not as intense as it is today, and I much prefer it as it was, but we can change that, but we certainly can revisit and reminisce !Just lovely!!
I love RED POPPIES and the ruby red shoes are precious.You don't usually see Poppies at Christmas making this image sweeter than ever.Thank you for sharing with us Coralie. Always a JOY to visit you.Blessings~Rebecca
Good Tuesday morn' from Washington where our rivers are overflowing from rain, rain, rain. Santa will need to put his rain boots on for sure.Stopping by to wish you a very merry merry holiday season with those you love.Merry Christmas Coralie,Jacqueline from Once Upon a Fairyland!
What a beautiful vintage card. I love poppies!
This is beautiful! Red Tuesday
Ciao Coralie, nice to meet you, your blog is amazing and your sweet memories arebeautiful!Happy Christmas to you and your family!
What a beautiful image, Coralie--poppies are so unusual for Christmas, aren't they?! I hope you're having a lovely day, my friend...Julie
Very unusual to see red poppies on a Christmas card, although it is lovely.
Hi Coralie, the vintage cards are precious. I'm an old soul, so they bring warmth just to see them. Hope you're holiday season is happy, healty, and joyous.YoliApron Senorita
G'day sweet Coralie ~ Thank you for the beautiful card received today. I love this art graphic ... Christmas hugs & wishes, my precious friend ~TTFN ~ Marydon
I like the vintage postcard very much. I'm fond of poppies. I wish you all the best during this holiday season.
I never thought of Christmas poppies, how lovely!
A VERY PRETTY CARD, HAPPY RUBY TUESDAY. HAVE A VERY NICE WEEK. RIZZI
This card is very beautiful!
Gorgeous! Your graphics need to be in a museum. You have such a treasure of them.