I don’t normally take someone else’s word for it that something is in the public domain. But, this is one of those times I think we’re all safe in my making an exception. If the National Library of Norway says this Easter eggs and flowers post card is in the public domain; that’s good enough for me.
So, I took their original scan of this vintage Easter card and got rid of the postmarks and other stray marks. I added a cleaner gold border for you. And, I erased the Grædelig Paaske message. While the original lettering was pretty, I figured the Norwegian might limit its use. I’ll leave it up to you whether you want to put it back or add your own Easter Greetings message.
Delicate pink roses are draped across a pretty yellow Easter egg and a purple egg with a floral ribbon. It’s a colorful, yet, elegant bit of vintage goodness.
Thanks to the Library, this vintage Easter greeting is huge! Too big to show you all of it here. But, you can just click on the Easter eggs and flowers to access the full-sized version.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.