Vintage Youngster Yardstick for Girls

There have been a couple of occasions when a very thoughtful reader has sent to me a care package. Most recently my blog friend, Skitzo Leezra, shipped a treasure chest in the form of a parcel of little vintage goodies that she knew I would love. She was absolutely right! My favorite find in the box was a vintage advertising promotion for a bank. A folded growth chart. Possibly they gave these away to new customers or children who opened accounts. Oh, how I wish I could find the one for boys, I’ll be keeping an eye out for sure.I scanned the old “Youngster Yardstick”, cleaned up the artwork and lettering and created free files for you to download, print and put together to create your own darling growth chart for girls. How cute would one of these be folded and attached to a baby shower or little girl’s birthday gift? Click on the long image a couple of times to see just how darn cute this thing is.
Click on the images below to access the FREE PDF files in the original blue color and the instructions for putting it together, similar to my other growth chart HERE. And, I also made one in PINK for you as well! Be certain to double check your printed pieces to confirm their correct measurements, just in case.Thank you again, Skitzo Leezra!

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21 Responses to Vintage Youngster Yardstick for Girls

  1. #1 - Seahorse Ranch Girl says:

    Cathe, thank you for giving this to us. The PDF image is flawless. My good friend has a toddler and she will really like receiving this from me. THANK YOU.

  2. #2 - Susan says:

    You come up the neatest stuff! I just love your blog ;o)

  3. #3 - Alex says:

    Thank you so much, my three year old will love this! xx

  4. #4 - Jennwith4 says:

    I LOVE it!! How cute! My girls are gonna love it too.

  5. #5 - Skitzo Leezra Studio says:

    I knew you would do something great with the bank "gimmee"!
    Glad you enjoyed the graphics.

  6. #6 - Lyss says:

    That is adorable! I'm seriously considering hanging it in my studio by the sewing machine.

  7. #7 - Amy says:

    Thankyou so much – I love your blog – going to print this out now…

  8. #8 - TidyMom says:

    OMG Cathe this is just WAY too cute!!
    Heather has a friend who is having her first baby in Feb….if she finds out it's a girl, I am going to print this up for her!!

  9. #9 - Rachel says:

    Cathe these are just adorable 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing

  10. #10 - The Charm House says:

    This is too cute and thanks for the images! Good luck on finding the other one!
    Have a wonderful and blessed day!

  11. #11 - José Maria Lobato says:

    Hi,,, your Vintage sugestions are just wonderful, I appreciate your tips and blog a lot and visit here as often as I can, so does my wife, to whom I've showed your link!! Hugs from Brazil, José

  12. #12 - Pfeiffer Photos says:

    Very nice, as always. 🙂

  13. #13 - Running Thread says:

    Lovely idea. i just went to a baby shower on the weekend …. this would have been perfect. I'll wait for the baby to be born and pop this in as part of the gift.

  14. #14 - agravette says:

    These are so adorable! Thank you very very much!!

  15. #15 - Amy @ Living Locurto says:

    Love the pink one! I'll be making one for my daughter. I was just thinking of painting her one like I did my son, but no time… so this is perfect!! Great timing and I featured you today:-)

  16. #16 - Teresa says:

    Love them…thanks a ton.
    Ps. Amy sent me over. =)

  17. #17 - Klarke says:

    Soo Cute! Do you have any for boys?

  18. #18 - Valerie says:

    I love retro stuff! Wish you had one for boys too!

  19. #19 - Gwen Bunnell says:

    Hi Cathy,
    A few months ago, I used your “silhouette girls” in a project that I did for a journaling group I belong to. A few weeks ago, along with other examples of my artistic pursuits, one of your (silhouette girls) was featured in If you go t this site, it will link you back to the project I did, using your silhouette girls (in that project, I gave credit to you for the “girls”. Just thought you might like to see how the girls were used. Thanks for allowing us to use your work.
    Gwen Bunnell

  20. #20 - darla says:

    growth chart for girl
    i love this i thinki want try it my sister granddaughter . i want try it anyway . and might look out great . ty so much fr shareing . god bless u all

  21. #21 - kendell says:

    Thanks ever so much for sharing these. Kindest regards