Monday, April 28, 2014

Garden of the Heart

"Let us, then, plant with diligence and care
the garden of the soil, but let us, with far deeper
earnestness, tend the garden of our hearts."


~ from The Cottage Gardener, 1849 ~








Here are the original postcard
images from a set, Floral Favors,
found on TuckDB:



Carnations
Fruit blossoms
Violets
Roses & forget-me-nots
Primrose
Roses



Thank you for stopping by!

15 comments:

  1. Love this set!
    Thank you so much for sharing

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    1. Thank you! They are from a beautiful set of postcards.

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  2. Oh Megan, these are stunning. Thanks so much for sharing. ~ Abby

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    1. Thank you Abby! I agree, the original postcards are lovely.
      They make a pretty garden :)

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  3. This set is fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing this! I will love using these images on my handmade cards

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  4. bellissime!!! sei bravissima fanno proprio venire voglia di riempire la casa di fiori!!!! un bacio dall'italia!

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  5. So beautiful flowers! Beautiful colors! Thanks a lot. Hugs from Madrid, Spain.

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  6. So so beautiful!
    Thank you very much Megan!
    (And the link is a treasure! :)

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  7. these tags are beautiful...thank you for sharing!

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  8. I just love the variety. Thanks so much!

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  9. these are superb thank you,

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  10. Pardon my ignorance on the matter, but how do I print these beautiful floral markers?
    Thank you!
    Annie

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    1. Hi Annie! Thanks for asking!

      Left click on the image. Right click, then select "Open image in new tab." Left click to enlarge. Right click, and select "Print."

      You should be able to print directly from that page. Please let me know if this doesn't work for you :)

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  11. Gorgeous Gorgeous images!! Thank you so much for sharing!

    http://cardsbygeyda.com/

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“Kind words can be short and easy to speak,
but their echoes are truly endless.”

~ Mother Teresa