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.
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. 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”.
Free Vintage Printables - Vanentine's Day My next set of Easter tags features darling Vintage Bunnies :-) I know there has been a lot of tags lately, but I’ve been saving up ideas, I hope you are still in the mood for more…: Again, no Easter greeting on these, but you can use my round badge like I suggested yesterday: Print a sheet of round badges “A Joyful Easter” from my earlier post, and tie a badge together with the tag with ribbon or string :-) This is how I make most of my tags, you are of course free to make them in any way you prefer: Print on matte photo paper (or white cardstock)Glue the printed sheet of tags to thin cardboard, cereal boxes is my favorite thicknessUse mod podge, or spray glue for super-fast craftingWhen the glue is dry, cut out the tags.Sand the edges with a little sandpaper, or stain them with ink if you prefer a more worn lookTie some nice ribbon, lace or bakers twine to hang.
Print & Cut: Free Printables Description: Homemade bookplates from Martha Stewart. Just print, cut and glue onto your favorite books. Craft Link: Homemade Bookplates Free Vintage Vector Patterns Everyone who is making any kind of objects knows that the beauty of every object is not only in the good construction design, but also in various decorations. By choosing the right color, engraving some beautiful motive, or adding even the smallest ornamental rifle, your handmade object will get that priceless beauty in harmony with its fine construction lines. This section of website was made as a result of our will to help you – whether you are an amateur beginner or a long-time professional craftsman – to make each object as a real work of art.
15 awesome illustrators you should know is really impressive to see how many talented illustrators there are out there, sharing their work on the Internet. For your inspiration, I have compiled a list of 15 illustrators that rock. 1. Tang Yau Hoong 2. Iain MacArthur Free Vintage Printables In case you are a fairly new reader of Wings of Whimsy, you may not have caught that I’m a deltiologist? I collect cherub postcards from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Not everything I post here is cherub postcards, but that remains my main source of antique ephemera :-) I received these outstanding Victorian cards in the mail today, and I simply could not wait to share them with you! Stunning cherubs in little floral sail boats, with beautiful typography: They are not postcards, since the originals are a quite a lot larger than standard postcards.