Treasures: Sweet Silhouette

Vicki Hope Costello, Silhouette

Yesterday I came across this darling little silhouette of my Aunt Vicki.

I hope my Grandma will remember who made this.  I would love to know who deserves credit for this little piece of artwork.

I think it should definitely be in a frame.  It would look really great in my office.  I may have to play a little rock, paper, scissors with my sister to decide who gets to have this sweet silhouette.

Do you have any silhouettes of your family members?

8 thoughts on “Treasures: Sweet Silhouette”

  1. That is lovely! No sillouettes in my family sadly. In my ex’s family tree there was a will from 1862 that mentioned some sillouettes of the children of the woman whose will it was and I believe my ex’s Dad’s cousin was in possession of them but I never got to see them!

  2. I love this! We actually did a silhouette project when I was in the second grade. My teacher, my favorite teacher by the way, had her husband come in and do silhouettes for everyone. I have no idea what happened to mine but I remember loving the project 🙂

  3. I have a silhouette of myself that was made when I was a small child. I think that it was done by an artist on the boardwalk in Atlantic City.

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