Free Vintage Valentine’s Cards: Pretty Women

When preparing to post my vintage Valentine cards, I divided them into categories. It turned out I had so many Valentine cards with women on them, I made that a category. But when it came time to choose the cards that would actually go on the site, I decided I should use only pretty women. Love makes us all pretty, yes? Granted, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but in my opinion these vintage ladies are pretty. Some of the poetry is a little questionable, but what the heck. (See the poem on the card with the woman’s head coming out of the purple morning glory. I have no idea what it means.)

As lovely as these pretty women are, I’m sure you’ll also want to visit the Valentine art resources linked below, as well as those in the sidebar. I hope you have fun downloading and that you enjoy Valentine’s Day!

Click one of the free vintage Valentines below to view and download a larger version (enlarged sizes vary):

vintage valentines day card pretty women red dress cupid with red hearts free vintage valentine cards pretty woman with cupid pink roses and red heart vintage valentines pretty women brown hair red roses vintage Valentine Day cards pretty women in blue dress heart and flowers
vintage valentines day card pretty women morning glory pg11597[1] free victorian women vintage valentine card free vintage valentine card pretty women bruntette with pink rose in her hair
Victorian vintage valentine card pretty woman flowers hat with blue feathers vintage valentines pretty women brunette with box of hearts vintage valentines day card a prayer to St. Valentine raining red hearts Edwardian vintage valentine card pretty woman brunette with red heart
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Other free valentine art:

_Like what you see? Please help others find our free Valentines Day cards by linking to us from your blog or Web site.

NOTE: Please read carefully and honor our terms of use when using our vintage images in projects or posting them to any blog, Web site, forum or social media site, either commercial or non-commercial. Thanks for your cooperation!


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8 Responses to “Free Vintage Valentine’s Cards: Pretty Women”

  1. Hi there I like your post

  2. Sherice Schwemm Says:

    Your blog is so informative. Keep up the good work!!!!

  3. STEPHANIE KUEST Says:

    Can I use some of your images on my facebook or myspace page? If so, how do I do that in step by step process as I think your website explains how… yet I need more fundamental explanation, thank you!

  4. Hi, Stephanie. Yes, you can use up to five images on Facebook or MySpace. Please provide a link to http://VintageHolidayCrafts.com somewhere surrounding the images, so people will know where they came from. Also, please click the “Read Our Terms of Use” button at the top of the left column of this site to understand the rules regarding images.

    You can find step-by-step instructions for downloading images here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4939_download-picture-internet.html (Scroll down to the numbered steps.)

    As for how to upload them in MySpace or Facebook, you’ll have to check out their help menus. I’m sure they’ll have instructions somewhere on the sites. If not, contact their support staff and ask them how to upload images.

  5. Do you create cards? I love your vintage valentine images and would love to have them as cards!

  6. Hi, Ilene. I don’t actually produce cards for sale but I’ll bet there are plenty of people who do. If you do a search for “handmade vintage Valentine cards” or “retail vintage Valentine cards,” you’ll probably find some.

    Thanks for your comment! :-)

  7. I really wanted to read your terms but the link isn’t working. maybe you can try to link again?

  8. Hi, Anneke. I’m sorry the link didn’t work for you. Perhaps it was a bad download, because it seems to be working now. If the one you clicked on before doesn’t work, please try this one: http://vintageholidaycrafts.com/vintage-holiday-crafts-terms-of-use/. Thanks!

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