Hilma Berglund printed this Christmas Card in black ink on red cardstock. A sheet of tinted vellum covers the angel imagery on the upper 2/3 of the card, causing the ink to appear green. Three angels and four pairs of wings are arranged in the form of a Christmas tree with a gold star applied at the top.
Hilma Berglund created this card in 1955 on blue paper. It contains both text and a woven sample. The actual card is 34 x 5 cm and when folded fits into a handmade envelope which is 18 x 5.5 cm. The card is printed with purple ink on blue paper. The swatch warp is of multicolor linen and lurex threads, woven with lurex weft. The 2.5 x 2.5 cm swatch is plain weave.
Hilma Berglund printed this Christmas Card with maroon ink on cream paper. The image is a bridge with supports labeled "composure, confidence, perseverence (sic), self-discipline, thoughtfulness, friendliness, cheerfulness, reliability, courtesy, patience."
This postcard is a Christmas card sold by the Concordia Society Gift Shop. Above the image is the word "Greetings." Under the image it says "Concordia Gift Shop." The image is of the interior of the shop.
Hilma Berglund created this Christmas card in 1969 using green ink on a 6 3/8inch (16.2 cm) diameter white cardboard circle. Line drawings of nature decorate the inner part of the circle. Printed in the center is her name encircled by Happy Christmas 1968 and New Year 1969.
Hilma Berglund created this Christmas card in 1945. It is hand lettered in brown ink on off-white stationery. Samples of natural dyed wool yarns are inserted along the left side. Three dark brown strands represent a tree trunk. These are interwoven with 1 inch strands of pale green, light brown, rust and gold yarns representing branches. The card when opened measures 18.5 x 15.3 cm.
Hilma Berglund created this Christmas card in 1959. It is printed in red ink on tan card stock and has a matching envelope. The text is bordered by two woven swatches. The upper swatch is white with metallic thread and the lower swatch is multi-colored. The card measures 17.5 x 10.5 cm, the envelope is 11. 5 x 14.25 cm.
Hilma Berglund created her 65th and last handmade Christmas card in 1971. It is printed in black ink on tan paper. The bottom third of the paper is folded up with a window cut out to frame a woven swatch. The swatch is woven in shades of brown, aqua and orange, using cotton threads, with one gold metallic thread, in plain weave. The card folds to form its own envelope. A type written note is inserted which says that it is her last Christmas card. On the reverse is a handwritten note. The card when opened is 19 x 16 cm.
Hilma Berglund created this trifold card in her 24th year of teaching at the University of Minnesota. It is printed in red ink on off-white paper. The card features a printed image of a horn and a pair of cymbals. A cardboard frame filled with fine linen threads covers the image.
This card has been glued onto its envelope. Hilma Berglund printed this card in purple ink on cream colored card stock. A tiny (1 x .75 cm) purple woven sample is glued onto the image of the table loom that she designed. Threads from the weaving radiate from the loom to a list of west coast cities that she visited. When posting the card, Hilma chose ink and stamp colors to match the card.
Hilma Berglund created this Christmas card in 1958. It is printed with green ink on off-white cardstock, when folded it creates its own envelope. The lines of the text form the shape of the state of Minnesota.
Hilma Berglund screen-printed this Christmas card in 1966 using dark blue ink on ivory card stock. There is a matching envelope and enclosed letter on ivory paper. The top features a nature scene with birds, ferns, flowers and mushrooms silhouetted against a blue background. The card measures 12.4 x 14.5 cm.