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Vintage Paper Placemats Printable

Vintage Paper Placemats Printable
It seems Pretty Blog readers just can’t get enough of their high teas these days! In honour of this truly wonderful tradition making a comeback into weddings and everyday life I’ve created a set of 3 vintage-inspired placemats – each a sweet and simple backdrop for your finest cake plates and tea sets. While I’ve used crisp white paper for my placemats these vintage illustrations will also look great on other soft hues like pale blue, blush and ivory. And if you’re feeling really crafty why not print these in reverse onto transfer paper and iron them onto plain cloth placemats! Happy Crafting! Bianca, Lucky No. 9 (Please note that these documents are for non-commercial use only.

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Vintage Printable Postcards did I say postcards ?!!?? Did you know that we NOW have postcards from our Best Selling Paper Designs? We DO have postcards & you're able to get a FREE set HERE first! They are going on sale on our website on Monday & you're able to get a FREE set here today by simply stopping by to say Hello! Free Vintage Frame Cards & Labels We’re now offering spectacular fillable vintage framed labels and cards for free in PDF templates. Use them for flavor box labeling, invitation cards, wine labels, name cards for tables at your wedding or any other great ideas you can come up with. All sizes available in our WL-450 size, 4.25 x 5.5″, 4 labels per sheet, Some designs also available in our WL-150 size, 4 x 3.33″, 6 labels per sheet Each template is available in Autofill – populate the complete template by hitting your tab button and input individual information into each label cell.

♥ Freebie Image: Multicolor Retro Lady Tag Happy Monday Everybody! This post is a little late today, but better late than never, right? Click HERE to download How to Make Leaf Skeletons I wanted to share with you a project from one of my readers who shares with us how to make leaf skeletons. I LOVE this! I have several leafs in various forms displayed in my home and knew I needed to make some of her leaf skeletons to add to my decor. I love how a pattern of leaves can enhance the beauty in your home. So I asked Heather if she would mind sharing her project with you. You can find more great projects from Heather at her blog The Other White House.

Tunnel Vision I know you are invited to at least one wedding this summer. Bring your camera. This is a neat way to present a special wedding picture. It's an old paper trick call a tunnel card. I like to frame it in a shadow box and give it to the married couple. You might even get away with not having to buy one of those expensive items on their gift registry. Free Fillable Vintage Labels Take advantage of these free printable fillable spectacular Vintage labels with framed designs in PDF templates in Mailing and Shipping Label sizes courtesy of Lunagirl Images. Each design is available in 2 different types: add different information and Autofill. The Autofill template allows you to fill in your information in one label cell, hit tab and the complete template populates with that information. Images are copyright 2004, 2007, Lunagirl Images, used with permission. For personal non-commercial use only, may not be sold or redistributed in any form without permission of Lunagirl Images “For your personal use only, For your Art only, not for Sale on a CD or Collage Sheet”.

Print & Cut: Free Printables Description: Homemade bookplates from Martha Stewart. Just print, cut and glue onto your favorite books. Craft Link: Homemade Bookplates 25 Totally Clever Summer Party Ideas By Jaime Morrison Curtis | Want to plan a memorable party but don’t want to spend a ton of money or time? Focus on unexpected items, like the punch bowl, and use a watermelon instead. Decorations don’t have to cost a fortune because there are plenty of money saving ways to put scrap fabrics and paper to use to make stunning backdrops. Party planning is going to be nothing but fun from here on out with these 25 Totally Clever Summer Party Ideas…

diy-project-kates-illuminated-canvas.html from designspongeonline.com [my apologies, kate's new diy series was supposed to go up yesterday but i totally fell behind] this month i will feature projects using canvas, and to kick it off i decided to use a lightweight canvas fabric to create an unusual “night light” painting that could look good on or off. we needed a light in our hallway because i get up early in the morning when it is dark out. i thought i could use this as an opportunity to make a conversation piece that people see when they first enter our house. i am very happy with the results and i can’t wait to experiment with all kinds of painted designs. i wanted it to have kind of a raw, art gallery feel, which is why i left the sides unfinished and did not frame the piece. but if you painted the sides, framed the image, and chose different text or images, this could easily work in a kids room, a guest room, or be a fun holiday installation. hope this inspires some fun ideas for night lights! happy crafting! – kate

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