I have quite a few vintage baby cards I purchased as a whole bag for a few dollars. I've always had an eye for vintage pottery and when I saw this cute lamb planter (above) with an adorable face, I thought I might use it as a pencil holder on my desk or to hold scissors on my art table.
I found the above two pieces at a St. Vincent thrift store, and decided to bring them home too. The price was right, and I thought they'd be cute gift filled with flowers for a new mom or nursery supplies at a baby shower. If I didn't use them, I could always enjoy their vintage cuteness for a while and then sell them.
This card looks to be a bit older than the 50s. The new parents are so elegant and the baby looks like Cinderella in that sweet carriage!
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