Printable Greeting Tags with Antique Floral Images

A few weeks ago, I brought home a very small German book that appears to be from the early 1900’s.  I believe it was a daily Bible devotional book.  In this book were several beautiful little color pages with a floral motif and a scripture verse on each one.  I’ve removed the German text from the images and turned them into printable tags that would look really pretty attached to a gift or a bouquet of flowers.
I always save blank pages from antique books, because they already have a pretty aged color tone, so I layered the floral images and added the text to background paper.
You could also use the images to create your own cards or add them to scrapbook papers.
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Here’s another example of what the images would look like layered over sheet music.  By the way, I use Picmonkey to layer one image over another.
I thought you might like to see the actual pages, with the German text, so here they are.


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  1. Thanks for sharing those with us! Those are really beautiful tags. I especially love the floral layered over the music. Really sweet.


  2. These are beautiful Angie, so many ways to use them. Thanks for sharing the original pages too.

  3. Thank you. These are just lovely.

  4. what beautiful images!!!! thank you for sharing them.

  5. Angie, These are so beautiful and bright. Thank you for sharing. Blessings

  6. Beautiful images Angie!

  7. These are really pretty! Thanks for sharing.

  8. These are really nice Angie. I especially like the one on the sheet music. I will be using these. Thanks.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  9. Anonymous says

    I love your items/posts, and your willingness to share, but mostly, I love your Christian outlook and the way you gently reach out to make & encourage disciples.
    I have some old books, beautiful images and text, and was wondering if you would be interested in scanning them to share with your readers and fellow pinners?
    Please respond to

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