Category Archives: Celebrations/feasts/memorials/high holy days

January Calendar, printable

This January calendar is from a 1910 school magazine. The dates for 1910 were off, so I adjusted the center section and left the squares blank (as in the original) for the children to fill in (or you). Click on the picture to enlarge.  Adjust your paper to landscape, and this should print to a […]

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Printable Vintage Story for New Year’s Day

Click on the picture to enlarge. If you think this print is too hard for you or your child to read, scroll down for a single page version. Set your printer settings to landscape, and this should print two booklets to a page.  Cut out the two full pages.  Then fold them in half horizontally, […]

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A Special Shower for a Bride With Crafting Friends

A New Kind of Shower By Mrs James G Williams AN AUNT of the bride to be wished to entertain the twelve girl friends of her niece but was very much opposed to the modern idea of showers, so she purchased a beautiful set of table linen, stamped table cloth and napkins with the monogram […]

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Merry Christmas

Illustrations come from a back issue of the old St. Nicholas Magazine, edited by Mary Mapes Dodge (who wrote the wonderful book Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates).  The illustration is by Beatrice Stevens, a Golden Age illustrator from Pomfret Connecticut. Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Bookmark in […]

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Christmas diorama to colour, cut out, stand up

Click to enlarge. The baby and toys go with the fire place to make a little diorama.  I think your printer selections should be on landscape, but be sure to preview first, and if necessary, adjust settings and sizes for your own printer.     Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet […]

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Free Printable Christmas Crafts- 1916

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TeeTotallers Wassail

Delicious and heartwarming Christmas punch, can be whole30 compliant 2 quarts apple juice or cider 1 tablespoon whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 1 cup of orange juice 1/2 cup of pineapple juice Secret ingredient: for regular punch, 1/2 cup of brown sugar. For those who don’t want refined sugars, put in 1/2 cup of raisins […]

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Cheese and Sausage Rolls: Appetizers

These are far from gourmet ingredients, but most people like them, and they don’t take a lot of time or money to make.  If you keep a loaf of bread and sausage you found on sale in the freezer, you can have a nice tray of appetizers ready in about half an hour. They also […]

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Vintage Christmas decoration to print, colour

You could just do a row of soldiers, like this (click to enlarge, set your printer to landscape): You can have them stand in a row, or, if you fold them in half back to back, paste them and make sure they are sturdy, tape them into a ring and put them around a candle. […]

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Printable vintage ornaments to colour, hang on tree

  I took some the images from the second set and made them so you can have them double sided – just print, color, and fold.  Another way to make them double sided is to color them with markers that bleed through.=)   Isn’t baby plum pudding adorable? Share! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share […]

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