Sunday, March 14, 2010

Little Betty Blue

A wish for a bright and happy Sunday to all our dear friends!

This adorable illustration comes from a children's book that Lindsey and I discovered while treasure hunting yesterday.  It is from a book from the '30's. 

Little Bettly Blue
Lost her holiday shoe.
What will poor Betty do?
Why, buy her another to match the other.

We were so excited to find such an adorably illustrated book with thoughts of sharing them with you.
A perfect touch of spring!
Wishing you much happiness!

Twyla and Lindsey


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hello Twyla and Lyndsey...
I love this little nursery rhyme. I have never heard of it before. I love reading about ones I do not know. I love her little blue sock without her shoe. Isn't she dressed absolutely adorable? Love the coloring of the page and also the clothing. SO vintage.

I wish I had seen this book. What a treasure to find. So precious. I thank you as always for sharing with me. I love it.

Have a beautiful Sunday sweeties. Country hugs and much love, Sherry

Kelly said...

What a cute image!
She would be perfect for a little girl's card!

Anonymous said...

Oh, Mama used to make me organdy dresses similar to hers - what memories! I don't think I have ever heard this nursery rhyme. Thanks for sharing!
Love to all - Sarita

Julie said...

Oh, so sweet! I love this adorable image and the nursery rhyme that goes with it--the 30's were such a great time for illustraion, don't you think?! Thanks for sharing this tonight!

Hope you're both having a wonderful weekend!

Prulletje said...

Thank you it is such a lovely image !

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Oh! The fence makes it perfect! Glad you got to go treasure hunting! ♥

Theresa said...

Precious picture! Thanks for sharing it with me. I love to treasure hunt and I bet you two have a wonderful time together. Have a blessed day my friends!

Florence and Mary said...

Such a darling image, thank you for sharing with us!

Victoria x

maurakeith said...

Good Morning Twyla and Lindsey! I love this little card...such pretty colors and sweet verse. You two find such pretty things...thank you for sharing with us! Have a wonderful Sunday...take care. Maura

Cheryl said...

Morning Ladies, Such a great find, love the nursery rhyme and you're right it's perfect for Spring.

Meri Wiley said...

Hi Ladies,

A lovely Sunday to you, too! Thank you for the lovely illustration. I'll be posting some cards that my Grandma got back in the 1900's next, so keep an eye out.


Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Being a Betty I loved it! Was that the title of the book too? Thanks so much.

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

What a fabulous find! This vintage illustration is certainly one of my new all-time favorites from your wonderful stock of treasures! Thanks so much for know how I love these! Hugs, Coralie

T's Daily Treasures said...

Thanks for sharing such sweet images -- I've saved them for future crafting. Lindsey's baby tag is just adorable. I've just been working on my hdc blanket lately. Haven't been in the mood for much else lately. I go through phases. Hope you are having a great weekend. Many blessings, Tammy

Frugal Canner said...

So very cute and seems familiar to me. I must have had that book as a child!

Creative Breathing said...

Have a lovely week ahead! E

Shirley said...

Aren't the nursery rhymes special from our past. They bring back such wonderful memories of childhood growing up. I loved your book that you found. Take care.

beedeebabee♥ said...

Hiya Girls!

This is so sweet! You've found another treasure! There's nothing like those sweet vintage illustrations, is there? I just love them. Thanks for sharing. I hope you're having a nice Sunday too! xo's Paulette ;)

Pieceful Bits said...

That is such a sweet Illustration! Thanks for sharing with us.
Happy Sunday

Lisa said...

Oh she is amazing!! What a fun book!
Hugs, Lisa

Dogwood said...

Oh, that is such a funny and sweet vintage picture out of the book. Love the facial expression on the little girl and the dog with her shoe in his mouth!

Have a nice evening.

D said...

Hi, Twyla and Lindsey,

I don't blame you for being excited about such a great find.
Cute, cute illustration. I recently found one I love called
Big Little Kitty by Whitman Publishing. Oh the pictures are so cute. I think I will do a post about it, too. :)