1930s flower card ephemera


lucky-dip flower card ephemera from the 1930s  
these darling little cards are so fun just to collect or to use in all manners of paper creating.

this ephemera was originally known as tobacco cards.
as early as the 1870s tobacco companies placed illustrations in the packages to stiffen up the packaging.
 the subjects of these cards varied wildly from 'uses of a lemon' to exercise instruction to celebrities and just about every subject in between. 

set contains: 
assortment (lucky-dip) total of 6 cards. 
no duplicate cards per order.  promise.
card size: aprox 3.5cmx6.7cm or 1.38in×2.58in

some cards may have glue residue on the backs, worn edges, dog eared corners, imperfections, reasonable wear and tear. 

just lovely for anyone who enjoys the charm of flowers, vintage, nature or old papers.
some uses for these cards:
darling slipped into snail mail, a card or letter
perfect in journaling 
mood boards
smash books
altered art
card making
get creative have fun!


*shop notes*
i've spent a lifetime finding joy in details. your purchase is no exception.

each purchase comes thoughtfully wrapped.
if you would like something shipped directly to a gift recipient i'm happy to include a special note at no extra charge.
let me know what you would like the note to say prior to shipping.

this shop specializes in paper, ephemera, one of a kind art, handmade pieces, vintage.
we embrace imperfections, reasonable wear+tear and find wobbly bits charming.
that being said, great care is taken to see to the quality of your purchase.