1900’s Children’s Fashions – Instant Art Antique Graphic Printables

Today, I have some absolutely beautiful and charming images to share with you.  If my daughter was younger, I would turn these into canvas prints for her wall, but she’s more into band posters than 1900’s images, so I hope some of you will find something beautiful to use them on.  I think these would also make lovely gift tags, cards, or transferred to fabric for pillows.


These images were part of this page from an early 1900’s magazine, showing 6 spring hat styles for young girls.  I’ve selected and edited 3 of them as separate printables below.
I also want you to see how you can make subtle changes to the color tones, using Picmonkey, which gives some really pretty results.  You can do these yourself to any photo, so I’ll just show you some changes I made to one of them.  Click on Effects (the magic wand), then select the effect you want to use..
Orton effect
Dusk effect
Daguerreotype  effect
HDR effect
I previously shared the women’s hats from the same magazine here (don’t print this image – it’s watermarked).
The original page was generously sent to me from Audrey @ Timeless Treasures.

Take a look at the rest of my royalty free antique images HERE.  I post new ones each week for you to use for your projects and designs.

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  1. Thanks, Angie, these will make cute Easter tags!

  2. Angie these are Beautiful!! Thank~you!

    Huggs, Nancy

  3. Oh Angie … those are precious … I have to find a use for them. Maybe I will copy Donna and make some tags.
    It makes me so happy that you are using and sharing those old magazines with us.
    Thanks for the shout-out.
    Hugs, Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  4. Love these Angie! Thanks for sharing. I don’t know what I’ll use them for yet, but I am definitely saving them. Have a lovely week!

  5. Beautiful images! I love the eyes in the little girl on the first full sized image. Thank you for sharing!

    Gigi @ Old World Patina

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