I am so glad to be back chatting with you. I had a wonderful break with my Momma and am eager to visit with you here. I have some fun plans for the upcoming weeks on my blog, but today I thought I would share a few vintage New Year dachshunds with you.
A dachshund helps her person blow up balloons on this Calling All Girls magazine cover, January 1960.
This Calling All Girls cover features a dachshund helping her person make noise (January 1963).
The rest of the pictures are from vintage postcards. Some dachshunds sample champagne!
This dachshund contemplates a beverage.
These dachshunds find January 1 on a calendar. (They also have some clover for luck!)
Another dachshund finds a calendar ... this time in an old fashioned basket.
These dachshunds make a snowman!
They even protect their snowman with an umbrella!
I hope you enjoyed these vintage images. Please visit again next week - I have a fun question for you!
Have a wonderful weekend, and Happy New Year!
These are so fun! I love the vintage feel of them! Hope you had a great new years!ReplyDelete
These are such cool covers! I like vintage photos and think that they're very nice additions to homes. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
How cute! I just love dachsunds and so many of my friends have them. I'm going to have such fun sharing these!!!ReplyDelete
These vintage pictures are too fun - I love the one with the champagne!ReplyDelete
Omg how cute is this?!ReplyDelete
I used to be friends with a girl whose family always had a dachsund. The dogs were cute and always seemed very friendly.ReplyDelete
I have a friend who has 3 Dachsunds. They all look the same but their personalities are definitely different! :)ReplyDelete
These vintage dachshunds are just too adorable! When I was a kid I used to read Martine and they had a dachshund!ReplyDelete
Omg wiener dogs!!!! My mom had a dachshund for many years. Love that oic of the dogs and the champagne glass lol...ReplyDelete
Thanks, friends! I really appreciate you stopping by. I enjoyed reading your messages here.ReplyDelete