Here is another wonderful card from Marilyn’s stash. I love the way she wrote what her tea cups would say.
When the card is first taken from its envelope all you see is the lovely old fashion lady holding a tea cup. Running up and down the front of the card are the words in gold “If teacups could talk”. When you open it up on the inside back cover in gold are the words ” We would be in real trouble!” The lady is die cut so she folds flat next to the space where there are lines to write a message. There is a lovely gold swirly border around the entire page when it is opened flat.
This is from the Antiquarian Scrapbook (Greetings from the Lovelace Family archives) and is number 4313
I love the older cards, todays have lost the quiet beauty that the older had.