Tuesday, September 14, 2010

REDnesday!

As promised, I started scanning the pages in my "new" vintage childrens books and since it is REDnesday, I thought I would share two that have quite a bit of red in them. I had a teensy tiny problem though, the entire page would not fit on my scanner bed so I had to make two scans for each page. I'm also thinking I might need to reduce the resolution the next time I scan this book because the paper has a little bit of a texture and it distorts the pictures just a little. Anyway, here are two of the pages, I hope you enjoy them! xxoo Nan

  You can right click on any of the images to bring up a larger image,
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14 comments:

  1. Thank you for some good memories. I have not read the books, but as a child we played these games. Nice blog and post.

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  2. thanks for the images, I'm saving them.
    Nan

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  3. These images are gorgeous! I remember that I had books with sweet images like that...I must see if my mum still has them.

    Glad you had a good break-welcome back!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  4. Hi NanE Sweetie...
    Oh my gosh, I love this children's book and these pages are so devine. I love the little faces, and oh my gosh look at the bonnet. Is that not priceless? The little sailor outfit is so darn cute, and even look at the whistle in the other little boy's mouth.

    And the little boy with the puppy, releasing the fish into the pond, and look at those little cheeks, oh my are they ever precious.

    Oh thank you for sharing with me. I so love it when you do.

    Have a gorgeous Wednesday sweetie.

    Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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  5. The graphics are so vivid...I just love all the color and what cute little faces on those children.:o)
    Thanks for sharing a few pages from your book.
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  6. awww so sweet and cute all in one. i love vintage children's images.thanks for sharing.Mica

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  7. Nan thanks for sharing these..brings back some great memories!! Just told my age..lol

    Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

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  8. Oh Nan! Thank you so much for scanning this wonderful numbers book. It is so cute. I hope you are having a great week! Elizabeth

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  9. These illustrations are so adorable Nan! I love old children's books, and have been buying the Little Golden Books that I remember from my childhood. I also found my old Dick and Jane book from school in my attic just last week. I forgot I even had it, so I was pretty excited!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  10. I adore illustrated children's books and vintage ones are so delightful! Thanks so much for sharing these pages with us, they are so charming and I just love how vibrant the colors are. So much fun!

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  11. Welcome Back Nan! Looks like you had fun..at least by the stuff you brought back;)
    Love the graphic of vintage illustrations. The 30-40's book is my fav too. Can't wait to see more!

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  12. So very sweet...thank so much for sharing them...blessings

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  14. where did you find such vintage books?

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