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Friday, January 28, 2011

Bicycling Cats,Basket of Violets,White dove Early 1900 Vintage postcards Free clip art for you!


As I am sipping my orange juice in California, came across this one so it just had to be posted. remember driving through grove after grove of orange trees when I was a little girl.

Bicycle riding cats. What can I say! Just sorta silly and cute. Early 1900's postcard.
Everyday checking my blogs "stats" is addicting and rewarding. It is hard to imagine how bumble button has continued to grow. Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that a blog would be a way to share all my stuff with the world. And world it really is! I have lost count of how many different countries you are all from. Thank you for your visits. Much love to you all, Louise

5 comments:

Liz said...

Love the little cats - how cute are they? Best wishes all the way from Scotland. Liz

Simply Debbie said...

Good Morning Louise,
I found your blog through Jill at Feathers and Flight.
Thank You from the bottom of my heart for these beautiful graphics. I LOVE THESE...I am addicted to images...just lock me in a room with images and graphics and I could be happy for years.
I joined your blog and I would be so honored if you chose to follow me.
The cat image cracked me up but I have 3 cats.
I could not find a blog button for you...shall I take one of your images and link it to you....
HAVE A SUGAR SWEET DAY
HUGS
Simply Debbie

bumble button said...

Welcome Debbie! Thank you for your kind words and becoming a follower.We are kindred spirits reguarding graphics and images!So glad you found Bumble Button.Much love Louise

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Yes, thank you so much for posting and sharing your wealth of graphics.
I have one over on my blog for you, not sure if you knew it was there...it has your name on it.

Love, Rose

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
I wanted to stop by and thank you for all the lovely images you share with us for free. I am a "saver" and I am surprised that my computer hasn't gotten so heavy , that it falls thru the floor. Thank you again. Pam