Antique Advertisement Image – Brown’s French Dressing

This antique advertisement printable for Brown’s Fresh Dressing, came from an early 1900’s magazine.  I think it would look wonderful added to a tin can or box, or used as an image transfer for a furniture project. {CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE AND SAVE}    Here’s the reverse image that can be used for transfers. Enjoy! You’ll find more free antique advertisement printables HERE.

Royal Baking Powder Advertisement Printable

 Here is a wonderful antique advertisement printable for Royal Baking Powder.  It came from a magazine from the 1920’s.  This would make a fun image to print and use on a label on jars or cans for kitchen decor. You can find more antique kitchen advertisement printables HERE.  CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE ANTIQUE ADVERTISEMENTS

Free Printable Antique Jello Advertisement

Isn’t this antique jello advertisement adorable?  It came from an early 1920’s magazine in my collection.  I think it would look wonderful framed as a kitchen wall print. {CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW AND SAVE AT ORIGINAL SIZE} It think this would also make a nice iron-on transfer image, so here is the reverse version of it. Click HERE for more free printable antique advertisements.

Antique Advertisement and Image Transfer Gift for Guys

This antique advertisement for Hartford Tires has such pretty typography and would be perfect as a framed print for a “man cave”, but I’ve also come up with a fun and useful image transfer project that would be a perfect gift!

Antique Advertisement – Fruit Press Kitchen Appliance and Chalkboard Printable

 Here’s an antique advertisement image for a Brighton Fruit Press  from a late 1800’s Harper’s Bazaar magazine.  I’ve included the original image, as well as one with the background removed, and also a chalkboard printable version that would look great as kitchen wall art. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE} Here’s the image with the background removed.  This would make a nice image transfer on a towel, or as a sign – just reverse the image with Picmonkey first. Here’s the text part of {Read More}

Printable Antique Advertisement – Corset Waist

I may wish I had a waist this small, but I sure wouldn’t want to wear a contraption like they wore in 1918, when this antique advertisement was published in an Etude magazine of mine.   Good grief – I don’t even like wearing a bra with hooks!  Hmmm…was that too much information?  Ha – Sorry! The first image is a PNG image, so all the background has been removed. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE}     This is the {Read More}

Antique French Advertisement in Fancy Scrolled Frame Clip Art

This image is actually a combination of two images from an 1800’s magazine.   The scrolled frame border originally  had different advertisement inside of it,that wasn’t terribly pretty, and the  antique French advertisement originally had a boring border, so I combined the two to come up with a much nicer version.  This would make a great image to transfer on furniture, flour sack towels, etc. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE} Here is the frame without the advertisement inside. Here is {Read More}

Clip Art – Antique Advertisement for Sewing Thread

I bought several magazines from the late 1800’s, that have so many beautiful images and antique advertisements, so you’ll be seeing lots of them in the coming weeks. I fell in love with this advertisement for sewing thread, with a hand on it.  I think this would look awesome enlarged as a sign for a sewing or craft room.  I’ve removed all the background from it here. Here it is before I removed the background. Here is the complete advertisement – isn’t {Read More}

Antique Graphics Advertisement – Dr. Lyon’s Tooth Powder Clip Art

This antique graphic advertisement  for Dr. Lyon’s Tooth Powder came from a 1880’s magazine.  I think it would look wonderful as art in a bathroom!  I’ve removed the background from this image, so it can be layered over other images.   Here is the original image, that includes the background. Wouldn’t this look awesome in a dentist office? Many more free printable antique advertisements can be found HERE.

Antique Business Letterhead Printable

Here’s a really wonderful image from an antique business document from the late 1800’s.   It was the top of a letterhead.  It would make a really nice antique-style sign or image transfer. I cleaned it up, did a little editing, and cropped just the top of the letterhead.  The original letter was actually written in response to a complaint from a customer about a chandelier they had purchased. Many more antique documents and free vintage images are here.