Hello, here we have an interesting vintage phrenology chart detailing personality traits. Very cool. I also added a black and white version for easy printing. I hope you like it. Bye!
Hello, today I found this lovely vintage artichoke print, it would be great for kitchen art as it will fit perfectly in an 8×10 frame. I have so many of these plant prints to share so keep coming back. Have a great day!
Hello again, here are some small vintage branch prints on a white background. There are no known copyrights on these images. Enjoy!
Hello all, below I have four vintage floral prints that will fit in an 8×10 frame with the background of your choice. Would be lovely printed on an old book page. The book these prints came from has no existing copyright. I hope you enjoy, feel free to share your work.
Hello there, today I am posting a vintage illustration of a Victorian skeleton key, it is so unique and lovely. Keys were made so beautifully back then, today they are so plain unless you jazz them up a bit. Key making was most certainly an art form. I hope you enjoy this clip art.
Hello everyone, you can find your free embroidery pattern below. Sorry I haven’t posted as much as I usually do, I’m debating on whether or not to keep this blog alive. I start school in the fall and am having some issues that keep me from creating new content and doing research on vintage images.
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Hello all, sorry I haven’t updated in almost a week, I have been so sick-ish. Fret not, today I have a free Victorian embroidery pattern featuring a cat. I found this lovely in an embroidery transfer sample book. Enjoy
I finally feel up to posting these adorable vintage bird illustrations. They come from a variety of antique sources and are in the public domain with no known copyrights. I hope you enjoy!
Happy Friday everyone! I made this free printable deer wall art yesterday and I’m thinking about making some matching prints. I don’t know. I looked back at my blog over the past year and noticed that my design tastes have changed so much. I used to have a more is more design mentality, but now I realize that less is actually more and I love minimalism. Simplicity isn’t always less work, I think it takes more thought and planning to pull off something simple. That’s my penny thought for the day. Enjoy your print!
Hello all, I hope everyone’s summer is coming along nicely. I made these free printable journaling cards for project life a few weeks ago and I just decided to post them. Do you have any suggestions for future printables, Photoshop tools, or vintage images? If so, like The Graffical Muse on facebook and send me a message or post on the timeline. I love hearing from readers, so go on over to the upper right hand corner of this post and click the “f” button to like my blog and become part of the action.