Antique Graphics Wednesday – June 5 – 1920’s Photograph & Sheet Music

Sorry, I didn’t share any antique graphics
with you yesterday.  My internet was sketchy while
on the train, so I was only able to finish my post
about being on the train.  Here they are today though.

I’ve got an assortment of images for you.

The first is this adorable gal.
Look at those dimples!  Is she cute or what?
She looks like the Katie Couric of the 20’s.
This is the inside cover for some beautiful sheet music.
The “frame” around the title is gorgeous.
Sorry, I didn’t have time to edit out the words,
but it would be easy to do.  This frame would be
lovely to use on other projects.
This was an ad for a corset, marketed to singers.

Here is just the frame with all the text removed.

I’d also like to give a little shout out
to 2 gals who have used some of my graphics
on projects recently.  Both of them used my
graphics to pretty up some wooden trays.

Sumaya @ Evocative Vintage used
some of my clock images on hers.

Fiona @ Just Paint it White
used some of my postcard images on hers.

I love how both of their trays turned out!
Let me know if you use any of the graphics
I feature each week in a project and
I’ll give you a shout out too!

God Bless,
Due to unethical websites stealing content, I can no longer provide a full RSS feed. I work too hard to produce original and inspiring content to have it stolen by others. Thank you for your understanding – I appreciate each one of you that take time out of your day to visit Knick of Time!!

Please know that Knick of Time uses affiliate links, including but not limited to Amazon to help keep this blog up and running.


  1. Thanks Angie i love the frames.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing the graphics. I’ve not gotten a chance to use them yet but the trays are sure great inspiration to give it a try!

  3. Thanks for the images – I love the 1920’s lady – she is so elegant. Margie

  4. Hi Angie … thanks for sharing. Have a great trip.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  5. That young lady is adorable. I love, and collect vintage photographs. Thank you for sharing these treasures. 🙂

Speak Your Mind


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.