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Era Holiday Cards

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  • Holiday cards became popular during Dickens lifetime. However, they looked quite different from our cards today.

  • Refer to the following site for information about cards during this era:

  • David Perdue’s Charles Dickens Pagehttp://www.fidnet.com/~dap1955/dickens


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Resources

  • Use these slides of pictures to create your own version of Victorian Era Holiday cards.

  • Remember:

    • Use any graphic picture you choose—you do not have to include all pictures on a slide.

    • Resize the pictures so they fit the scheme of your card.


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  • Right-click on the picture and “copy” it, then

    • Right-click on the document where you want the picture and “paste” it.

    • Resize the picture so it looks the way you desire.


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Victorian Era Holiday Cards--examples picture as” on your desktop


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Victoriana picture as” on your desktop http://www.victoriana.com/antiques/greeting-cards/greeting-cards1.htm

Check out the following sites for more information and graphics:

  • David Perdue’s Charles Dickens Pagehttp://www.fidnet.com/~dap1955/dickens

  • Charles Dickens Victorian Web Sitehttp://landow.stg.brown.edu/victorian/dickens/dickensov.html

  • Victorianahttp://www.victoriana.com/welcome/


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