Antique Graphics Wednesday – Six 1930’s Shipping Labels

These 6 mailing label images all came from a 1930’s Dennison catalog. They would be wonderful to add to use for decoupage, scrapbooking, and of course, shipping! You’ll find many more Free Printable Vintage Labels HERE! Blessings, Angie

Antique Graphics Wednesday – 1888 Mitten Image

Thanks so much for all the sweet birthday wishes! My family and I went out to eat at my favorite Mexican restaurant, where I got to wear the birthday sombrero and open my gifts. My kids gave me new driving gloves, a bit set for the cordless screwdriver I got for Christmas, a pretty plant and some bath goodies.  My sister sent me a beautiful old apothecary bottle and my mother-in-law sent me THE most beautiful handmade embroidered-top quilt.  I’ll {Read More}

Evergreens and Pine Cones

Earlier this week I shared some pretty ways to display evergreens and pine cones, so today I have some wonderful pine cones images you can use for your winter projects. These images come from an antique Field Book of Natural History.      Check more graphics by clicking on the tab “Antique Graphics and Photography Printables”, located at the top of this page, under my header. Blessings, Angie

Antique Graphics Wednesday – 1923 Baker’s Chocolate and Cocoa Images

This image came from a 1923 chocolate recipe book, published by Walter Baker & Co. I sure would love to get my hands on one of the original cocoa tins – it’s a little work of art! They are perfect for a winter project, when we all want to sip lots of hot cocoa! Walter Baker and Company is the oldest producer of chocolate in the United States. The logo of the chocolate server (La Belle Chocolatière – the chocolate girl) seen {Read More}

Antique Christmas Postcards

Today’s graphics come from some antique postcards from the early 1900’s. The postmark on one was dated 1916. These postcards make such lovely, nostalgic decor for mantles, wreaths or strung together as a banner. {Click on the images to save & print.} Enjoy!!! Christmas Blessings to You! Angie