A Christmas Satchel

Here’s the perfect Vintage Traveler Christmas card, a little satchel with Christmas travel stickers.  I’ve had this 1920s card for probably 30 years, long before I imagined I’d be spending part of my retirement writing about fashion and textile history.

I want to wish each of you a very Merry Christmas.  Thanks for taking the time to read The Vintage Traveler, and for all the nice words of encouragement.  Slow down, relax, and enjoy the Holiday!

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12 responses to “A Christmas Satchel

  1. What an adorable card! No wonder you’ve held onto it for so long! Merry Christmas you too!

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  2. This is darling! And simply perfect for you!

    Merry Christmas!
    -Janey

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  3. S Geiger

    MERRY CHRISTMAS, Lizzie!

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  4. The labels are especially poignant – Heart’s House “always open”. I love that.

    Thank you for another year of your interesting and informative blog – often amusing and always inspiring.

    Happy Christmas!

    Cx

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  5. Christina

    Seson’s Greetings to you Lizzie. Here’s to a peaceful amd happy new year.
    - Christina

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  6. John

    Merry Christmas my dear, and to all your blogging friends! I wonder what vintage present(s) might be lurking under the Christmas tree or in a stocking. Love the 20s Christmas Satchel card!! Another gem from TVT!.

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  7. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. Thanks for all the entertaining reading throughout the year!

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  8. Lizzie, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, too. Just want to add in my sincere thanks to you for writing such a great blog. We are fortunate to have just a little of your time and talents. I enjoy reading about your many adventures and interesting finds. Happy New Year to You!

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  9. Joan Elliott Burgess

    Lizzie, catching up with with a bit of down time on New Year’s Day by reading your blog. Love the Vintage Christmas Card – I have a few little sweet cards I’ve saved over the years and still enjoy them. I’ve been reading Chanel by Amy de la Haye which I was fortunate to win through your blog! One of the many fun and good things I experienced in 2013! Wishing you a Blessed & Happy New Year!!!

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