Tuesday, December 16, 2008

A few French gifts for you ~

I wanted to share some goodies that I've scanned in for you from my collection of papers that I purchased from Corey of Tongue in Cheek a while back. Why in the world do I love these old papers so? I have them stored in a sturdy box with a lid so they can't get bent or torn. I guess because they came from one of Corey's wonderful antiquing trips!
I hope that you'll be able to use these in some way ~ just click to enlarge then right click to save to your computer.

Wishing you a great Tuesday sweet friends ~
xxoo, Dawn


Unknown said...

Oh, I LOVE the angel! Thank you for sharing! :)

Betty said...

I love the receipt! Just reading French names and French words gives me a warm feeling. I 'learned' (read studied, but didn't master) French from a woman in South Carolina who had never left the state. You can imagine when I tried to use it in Paris back in the 60s that the people just responded by asking me to repeat that in English..haha.

Sherry said...

What beautiful antique pages Dawn. Why are you drawn to them? Something within their history speaks to your soul. And thank you for being a kind, giving soul and sharing them with us!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! I'll tuck those away for future use.

Tami said...

Love, love, love the shoes! So cute! Thank-you!

kathy said...

OH DAWN - Thnak you for sharing -- you are too generous - Kathy - GA

Anonymous said...

The angle print is really lovely!

Dorthe said...

Dawn- have to say like the others, i love both angel and shoes-thank you sweetie. Hope you are all well in " The feathered Nest", and wishes you a good evening
Hugs Dorthe

The Joy of Nesting said...

Hello Sweet Grandma!!

Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful paper stash!! For me they are always such wonderful gifts!! :c) Purchasing papers over the mail is almost impossible!!Without you I would just have to go without a lot of beautiful vintage paper!! So again THANK YOU Sweetie!!

Pattie :c)
Mazatlan Mexico

Monica said...

Thank you, Dawn! Love the angel and the shoes collection- maybe I'll use it for a collage! I'm enjoying making them for pretty unusual Christmas cards :)

I posted some new pictures, have a look if you wish!
Monica x.

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Hi sweet friend,
Thanks so much for your loving comment....I wish the same for you! Oh, we are so blessed to have our children and new babies home for the holidays. ENJOY enjoy...I know you will.

xo Lidy

Michelle Palmer said...

Thanks so much for always being so thoughtful & sharing...
These are beautiful!

Shabby Cottage Studio said...

Hey sweetie, just stopping by to see waht you're up to. Love hte beautiful images! If I dont' get back I'm wishing you and your family a most wonderful & happy blessed Christmas.

Shabby Cottage Studio said...

Hey sweetie, just stopping by to see waht you're up to. Love hte beautiful images! If I dont' get back I'm wishing you and your family a most wonderful & happy blessed Christmas.

Jann said...

Hi Dawn! I haven't been able to visit for a long time, so here I am, and here I'll stay for awhile, getting caught up! Love your music, and I especially love the guardian angel and child--it looks like a holy card--growing up Catholic, I have quite a collection of them . . . Smiles, Jann

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

These are wonderful, thank you!

Tina Leavy said...

Hi Dawn!
wanted to stop by and wish you and yours a lovely Christmas.
and to also let you know about my new blog:
(I still have my gardengoose blog..this new one is simply geared totally towards gardening)
and wanted to invite you to the Small Town Living forums in case you haven't been by:
Have a lovely Christmas!

Charlene said...

Oh thank you for sharing. You are so generous & kind. An angel indeed. How is it going with everyone there? I bet you are in heaven. Enjoy!

Free Art Printables said...

Thank you Dawn! Have a Merry Christmas!

Barbara Jean said...

Are you feeling any better? Probably hard to get any rest so you can kick this cold bug.
Question: I have been looking for the Somerset Life you have on your screen, the red one with the pretties on the front, and can't find it at stores. Went on to their site to the archives but didn't see it.
Which issue is it please?
Thanks, and take care of yourself.

Barbara Jean

Anonymous said...

je vis en France et je suis arrivée au hasard de mon surf sur le web. I don't speak english ! so, this blog is "merveilleux", "superbe". Thank's very much for all these "jolies choses".


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