…..that’s how many of these cards are signed first by the admirer who eventually became the young woman’s husband. Aim was the young man’s name and he always called his “girl” sweetheart, my little girl, and my little wife. These are a treasured flea market find from a few years back. They were produced by Paul Frederick Volland who founded The Volland Co. of Chicago in 1908. Only one has a date on the back – 1936, and it looks like maybe these all came in a box of assorted greeting cards as most of them have the same “look” and another thing they have in common – they all have “Pink” on them……
I love all the detail, the silver embossing, and the beautiful papers that look like an old moiré wallpaper or fabric.
And then of course, one of my own…..
For some more lovely PINKS, pop on over to Beverly’s at How Sweet the Sound. Happy Pink Saturday friends…..