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Tuesday
Dec042012

Curio: Film Greetings

Alexa here. This week I'll be busy sending out 100+ holiday cards, addressing the envelopes while I catch up on some shows on demand and maybe even watch that Bergman DVD that's been collecting dust on our shelf. If only we had more film buffs in our family (and people unafraid of a stray heroin joke), I'd be sending some of these clever film-themed greetings that would spread an entirely different kind of cheer. Enjoy!

A very Murray Christmas card from Little White Lies.

Loving these classic film greetings from Flapperdoodle, especially the idea of Harry Powell spreading cheer.

Some more greetings for Christmas or beyond after the jump...


Sing out with Harold and Maude: card and magnet available here.

My favorite cards this year. Thank you, Seas and Peas.

This lovely letterpressed image of Kim Novak's spiral from Vertigo, available here, is getting added to my thank-you card arsenal.

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Kim Novak's hair: It's like evil smoke from a cremation oven!

December 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterVolvagia

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