Free Vintage Halloween Cards: Pretty Women

Maybe I’m wrong, but I think men were in charge of designing these vintage Halloween cards, because each features a pretty woman! Some of the cards have hand-lettered type treatments, too, and are extraordinary examples of commercial calligraphy. Several also share a theme that seems to have died out over the years. Apparently there was a legend that said if you saw a man’s face in a mirror on Halloween, he was your true love. That belief was a little hard to sustain in the cold light of day, so that probably explains why you never hear it any more.

Click the vintage Halloween women below to view and download the larger versions:

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vintage-Halloween-woman-nightmare-owl-black-cat-pumpkins-frogs-witch-card vintage-Halloween-woman-bats-broomstick-card vintage-Halloween-black-cat-woman-harvest-owl-card vintage-Halloween-woman-mirror-pumpkin-candle-clock-card
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21 Responses to “Free Vintage Halloween Cards: Pretty Women”

  1. Hey Carla,
    Love these cards! Wow… Happy I visited your blog! : )

  2. Hi, Luc. I’m glad you enjoyed the cards and thanks for stopping by!

  3. Hi! I love the clip art shown here!
    I have a question, though.
    May I make something with the images shown and sell it or would you prefer that I did not sell crafts with these images?
    Thank you kindly,

    Bing

  4. I love Halloween and thanks for the cards!

  5. You’re welcome, Mary. I’m glad you like them. Thanks for stopping by!

  6. I love the Victorian Halloween witches. I’m making jewelry with the images I downloaded. Thank you for sharing!

  7. You’re welcome, Colleen. I’m so glad the images are useful to you. If you ever want to share photos of what you make, I would love to see them. :-)

  8. thank you so much for sharing these charming items. i made greeting cards for my elderly aunts last year and they just loved them. thanks again.

  9. You’re welcome, Pam. :-)

  10. joan mrozinski Says:

    Hello, I love the images for the holidays; just beautiful. I make cards to send to our troops in Iraq. My grandson is stationed there at Camp Liberty, and he said they really enjoy receiving these. Thank you for having this site.
    Joan

  11. Thanks so much, Joan — both for your kind words about the site and for what you do for the soldiers. :-)

  12. I just wanted to say i found this site and am making a book for myself about Halloween. It has been the ONLY time I actually found images that were not evil and scary. I wanted my book to be light and the FUN of Halloween. YOU gave this opportunity to do so. I love the Victorian witches . They are delightful.

    Thank you.

  13. Hi, Donna. I’m so glad you like the images and hope you enjoy using them! :-)

  14. these are really very very cute!!

  15. Thanks, Merrianne!

  16. THANK YOU!!!! AWESOME IMAGES

  17. You’re welcome, Maite.

  18. These images saved the day! I used them to create a collection from one image I already had–the green witch on a broom. Now I have a set of five ladies, on wooden blocks, and I just love them.

    I posted pictures on my blog, and linked back to this page. Thank you so much!

  19. I saw the wood blocks you created and they’re great. I’m so glad our images helped you round out your collection!

  20. Thank you for these! Such a great find! you are now on my fav’s list!

  21. You’re quite welcome, Bridget!

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