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Saturday, 18 June 2011

Sunday Postcard Art Challenge..Vintage Men..

I couldn't decide which postcard I liked better so
here's two of them.
Especially for Father's Day.

This young gentleman is very casually dressed.
Can you see he has no laces in his shoes?

15 comments:

Carolyn said...

Ahhhh...I love them both, June.

linda said...

Very nice June. I love the tinting on the top one.

Dezinaworld said...

June its so hard to choose one, so i agree both are perfect. Have just posted your recent wonderful Dezinaworld pieces.
hugs June xxxxxx

romance-of-roses said...

Hi June, Well I have to say I also like them both but the second one seemed so special to me so decided I like that one a little more. They are both wonderful and perfect for this weekend.
Hugs...Lu

Bill said...

Both are very cute. Why do children of past days look so quiet and obedient?

Your new blog header is so colorful and cheerful!

Sheila A. said...

June, it is hard to choose. I also like them both.

Junibears said...

Linda, I meant to say the tinting on the top one is on the original card. xx

Jackie said...

They are both lovely, June. The second is my favourite ... and a reminder of how fortunate we are - fancy not being able to afford shoe laces!

Yvonne said...

I love them both, June!

Judy said...

Love them both, June, as to the lack of shoelaces it seems to be the trend with the 'young ones' to follow this fashion here! Lovely new blog header, too!

Anne (cornucopia) said...

These are both lovely!

Rosie said...

I prefer the second one June. I never noticed his shoes till you wrote that! Really lovely!
I like the recipe for boiled fruit cake too - but my waistline won't!!!

peggy gatto said...

Pure delight!!!

Annes Art said...

Both are beautiful!!

Ozstuff said...

I can't decide either. Beautiful and touching postcards for father's day. (Here in Oz it doesn't happen until September).