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    May Day

    Scotties by Mary Engelbreit Love Vintage at www.AdorePurses.com

    iCLIPART - Royalty Free Victorian Illustration of a Little Girl Putting a Flower Bouquet on a Window Sill.

    May day

    vintage baby by Bessie Pease Gutmann by autumnsensation, via Flickr

    Used to sew my dolls clothes, I've had a love of sewing ever since! Vintage sewing art, illustrations, paintings,etc.....

    Everyone loves dogs! At least you can show your appreciation for them by 'drawing them' in with Joy's fun lesson below. Two for one: you have the choice of sketching up either a Scotty or Dachshund hotdog dog. Bark on! © 2003 Joy Sikorski. All rights reserved.

    We used to make our own May Baskets, pick flowers from our yard, put a few pieces of candy in them and hang them on a friend or neighbor's doorknob then ring the doorbell and run. Hallmark Vintage May Day Baskets

    Planning a traditional Easter? I have lots of ideas for you including how to make your own Easter eggs, family Easter activities, a traditional...

    Lily Of The Valley And Violets

    Recycle and celebrate May Day at the same time. Cool bugs on the leaves are made by hot gluing together gumballs and wiggly eyes. The butterfly is a piece of child decorated construction paper with a sucker for the body.

    Pals - Charlotte Becker ~ LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO.... (pág. 147) | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

    Baby - 1930

    Vintage violets postcard

    Dog Days...

    Two girls at a window, with a basket of violets. 1908.

    Forget-me-nots, in square wicker basket, blue ribbon ~ 1908

    Men's Easter Basket Idea.. would use bud light instead.

    How to make May Day baskets. I remember making these in grade school. Then we would go out and deliver them around town. Who wouldn't want to come home fromwork to find a May day cone filled with flowers (sometimes real sometimes made from tissue paper) hanging from thier front door?

    Vintage Christmas

    May baskets/tussie mussies filled with flowers and candies and hung on the door knobs of your neighbors on May Day.