6 Morning Glory Flower Images
Today we have a beautiful collection of splendid Morning Glory Flower Images! Springtime of course represents new birth, and for me nothing is more pleasant than seeing and enjoying the aroma of beautiful flowers that are in bloom. Is there any type that is more colorful and enchanting than Morning Glory flowers? I don’t think so! These darling little pieces of Ephemera show the prettiest Morning Glories in bloom. We have some delightful trade cards in this set as well. There is a stunning Art Nouveau card with soft, muted colors, along with a fine black and white illustration. All would be lovely to use in Junk Journals or Collage work. The cards could perhaps also be used for their original intended purpose if you wish.
Morning Glory Flower Images
Here is the latest addition to this collection. I think all of the Morning Glory flowers are beautiful, but I have to admit that the blue ones are my favorites! I think this picture is particularly pretty.
Pictured above is a perfect little charmer of a card that was actually used as a Victorian business card for a Millinery shop in Hartford, Connecticut. I love the cute little bees on this one plus the pretty Morning Glory flowers. Additionally, I think that the vivid colors displayed along with the interesting dotted background is really nice. There are a few bits of wheat tucked into the mix as well.
Here we have a dear little card from the 1880’s. This one has an adorable tiny little Flower Fairy on it. She’s wearing around her neck a lovely Pink Morning Glory! It is a sweet Vintage Reward of Merit Card! It is for 50 merits. These cards were meant to be used in rewarding good works or good behavior of children. Typically this would have been either at school or church.
Printable Botanical Morning Glories
This is a stunning Antique Print of some Blue, Yellow and White Morning Glories. Such a showy collection of different Varieties and Colors here! Years ago we grew some blue ones in our backyard and they were always the highlight of my day, seeing them in the morning blooming on our fence.