Friday, July 24, 2015

1930 Window Garden Series Postcards by Rapael Tuck

Just imagine receiving a of beautiful pot of flowers
  in the mailbox from a dear, far away friend.  Simply
 cut it out, place it in the kitchen window & enjoy it
for days on end!
 Easy to read directions at the bottom.

Hard to pick a favorite.  Aren't the
pot covers lovely too?
Directions copied from back of card:
Cut out the Pot Cover and join it by inserting the
end into the little slot which has to be made
where indicated.  Cut round the flowers, also 
round the circle (which represents the mould) and
the inside pot.  Do not separate the flowers.  Also
cut stalks on each side from top of circle, then
bend the flowers so that they are upright.
Take the two bunches of flowers and let them
back each other and insert them with the inside
pot into the Pot Cover.
Happy gardening!


  1. These are some beautiful 1930's post cards. It would be nice to receive one from a friend, cut-out and place on a window ledge. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Since you mentioned choosing a favorite, I just had to try. But, I am torn between anemones or poppies. Now, I must tell you that I am not feeling so keen on gardening these hot days of summer as I was back in early spring! Whew!!!

  3. All of the post cards are so special. It would be hard to pick a favorite. So nice to see and enjoy now in the warmer days of summer. Can't believe on the news this morning they were mentioning that the pumpkins would be coming out soon. Not ready for that...

  4. These are so sweet! Are they from your own collection?

  5. These people have thought of everything. these are beautiful and probably fun to fix. The flowers are pretty and the pots too. things sure have changed from the old days, you don't see things like this any more.

  6. My, how your garden grows, Sherri! So cute and I do love the flower pots. They all are my favorites.

  7. These are the most beautiful ever! I can't pick a favorite either!


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