Art by MARY HAYS HUBER
from 1917 Delineator
Bookmark Design by Judy M Johnson
Laser Printed on 80# Cardstock
Restored to fresh, sharp design, I have arranged these darling Art Deco styled children and animals onto spring-themed bookmarks.
Each of the four bookmarks has 2 of the sweet designs that were initially printed in the March 1917 Delineator, were meant to be made into Easter Cards. Some of the designs have Easter greetings, and some have no words (copy). There has been extensive repainting of the designs as the printing registration was off, as often happens in periodical publications.
I don't know if Miss Hays Huber is any relation to the popular Margaret Hays, who painted paper dolls and other illustrations...or if it's just a common name. Margaret Hays is sister to Grace Drayton, whose maiden name is Weidersheim. Just wondering.
Four panels are printed on archval 80# cardstock, ready for you to cut and use, or to enhance with a tassel or ribbon at the top. You could add personalization as well. Use as bookmarks, gift tags, party favors, place markers or use the images in your scrapbooking and paper crafting.
We also have some Cut-and-use Easter cards using these designs from the 1917 Delineator page. http://papergoodies.com/scripts/prodview.asp?idProduct=2262
Size, 8.5" x 11". Stored in crystal clear seal-top bag.