This darling image of bunnies and a basket comes from a vintage postcard. The French postcard sender penned a little story on the front. French to English translation: February 17th, 1901. Sunday. The inconvenience of an usurpation of dwelling: the basket, too little, only shelters three; the fourth finding happily it’s place, and half-hidden behind the lid, Mama surveys her babies. I just love this little image!
I've provided this in 3 different versions for maximum usage.
Note: There is also a 300 DPI printable version available.
License: You are free to use these vintage illustrations in any way except as is. They must be incorporated into your own design and provided in a way that they can not be extracted for re-use. They may not be included in digital collage sheets or sold as prints.
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