This is a beautiful oversized card that is mailed in a box. The basket of flowers is painted on satin fabric that is padded for a beautiful effect.
The loving verse inside the card.
This is the box the card was mailed in on March 23, 1948 at 5 pm.
Here's a cute card shaped like a hat box from Aunt Florence and Uncle George. (I hope you feel like you know a little about Aunt Florence by now!) The back of the card is dated "1936".
Two cute cards--a basket of chicks and a card shaped like a bible.
Two cards from her brother Charlie.
Traditional cards of the season.
I really like this pretty little card with violets and musical notes.
This card is actually a little book of Easter poems. It has beautifully deckled sides and is bound together with a ribbon.
The inside front page with a lovely photo.
The first two verses of "Easter Lilies". The opposite page tells us that the book was copyrighted in 1889 by D. Lothrop Company.
Another page from this delightful book.
Another little book of verses titled "Easter Hope".
Two pages from the book. I love the little drawings!
I hope you enjoyed this peek into Madeline's Easter cards.