6 Pilgrim Children Images
Today we have an adorable collection of Pilgrim Children Images! Happy Thanksgiving! The images featured below are beautiful and colorful Antique Thanksgiving Postcards illustrated by one of my favorite Artists … Ellen Clapsaddle! Her illustrations of children are always so precious and these Happy thanksgiving pictures are no exception. So nice to use in your Thanksgiving Craft or Collage Projects … I think it would be fun to use these as place cards on a Thanksgiving table, you could write the name of each guest on the front or back of the card!
Pilgrim Children Images
Here is the newest addition to this collection! Here we have another cute Pilgrim Boy. This one is carrying a large basket full of fresh picked produce. I think he coordinates nicely with the boy with the wheelbarrow down below.
This is a darling Vintage Thanksgiving Card! Featured here is a sweet image of a brother and sister, sitting at a Thanksgiving Table. They look like they might be twins. Their hands are folded and heads are bowed as they appear to be saying Grace. Dressed in traditional Pilgrim clothing, they are sitting in tall chairs. I adore the small blue and white dishes set on the table before them. The greeting on the card reads, “A Blessed Thanksgiving” and “With thankful and contented heart.”
Pictured above is a cute Thanksgiving Kids with Turkey and Wishbone Image! Dressed as Pilgrims are two darling children, a boy and a girl. Each child is holding a side of a giant Wishbone. It is being used as an archway for a big and beautiful colorful Turkey as he struts through it. The greeting on the postcard reads “Appoint a Meeting with this old Fat Fellow.” There is a nice golden frame behind the scene. How charming is this card?
Featured above is a Free Vintage Thanksgiving Clip Art of an adorable Antique Postcard! There is a sweet little Pilgrim Girl in the Kitchen who appears to be baking a Pie for Thanksgiving! I love seeing all the little accessories in her kitchen, including the wooden rolling pin, crockery, and dishes. She would go very nicely with the little Pilgrim boy in our first card above.