Archive for November 2017

Hereby presenting an excerpt from What A Girl Can Make (1902) by Lina Beard and Adelia B. Beard. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Do you know that with the aid of a little enchantment equal to magic employed by the fairy folks of old, you can make a tiny fowl, one small enough to stand on the palm of your hand ? A certain process which you shall learn will cause a common raw potato to change into a wee turkey of which anyone might well be proud.”

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Story Teller (1910) edited by Charles Eliot Norton. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration from the Russian fairy tale “Go I Know Not Whither – Fetch I Know Not What.”

“Hi! Shmat-Razum ! Stop a minute. My hat has fallen from my head.”

“Too late, master. Thou canst not get it. The cap is now 5000 miles behind thee.”

Towns and villages, rivers and forests, melted away beneath the feet of the archer.”

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Upland Pastures (1904) by Adeline Knapp. It tells a story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is the title page design.

“The things of Nature grow sophisticated as the season advances. In the early springtime they are frank and
confiding, and willingly tell the secrets of their growth to him who asks. They have time, in these first beginnings of things, for friendly sociability: to show their tiny roots and bulbs, and to let us study the delicate, gracious unfoldings of leaf and bud and blossom.”

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Flower Border - Vintage Coloring download

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