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Baby peeps with spring flowers. New 5x7 notecards of b/w Currier & Ives print to color in--or leave as is. Great gift or party project!

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Detail of HAPPY LITTLE CHICKS (1866) by Frances Flora Bond Palmer for Currier & Ives, from an original print in the Library of Congress.

English-born Fanny Palmer (1812-1876) was one of the first women in the U.S to be a full-time professional artist. She created numerous black-and-white lithographs for Currier & Ives, which were hand-colored by teams of young women in New York City and then sold by the thousands.

This set of six 5x7-inch white notecards is printed with inkjet pigment ink on luxurious 80-lb acid-free cover stock. Perfect for coloring with pencils, fine-point markers or watercolors. (Paint may cause the cards to pucker slightly. Just wait till they're completely dry, then press them overnight under a heavy book.) Envelopes are opaque white bond with square flap. Set is sealed in a clear acetate envelope.

Boxed notecards: Set of six cards & envelopes, as described above, in white cardboard gift box with clear lid (2nd photo) fastened with vinyl loop (shipped flat to Canada).


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Baby peeps with spring flowers. New 5x7 notecards of b/w Currier & Ives print to color in--or leave as is. Great gift or party project!

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