I have a complete “steal” for you today! I turned 12 Tuck DB Zodiac Sign Postcards into a 3 page printable, cut the cards out and bunted them together for a superquick and fun garland.
I love the whimsical ladies, and the cute poems, and I’m sure my new garland will be the center of attention when my friends come to visit me 😀
The original cards can be found on the Tuck DB site HERE.
Today I have completed a series of Damask papers for you. The layouts are not very advanced, but the key to this cuteness is combining the colors and different sizes of the pattern. First the seamless tile:
The tile is PNG (transparent background) and can be layered on top of anything, and colored in any color you like. I’m thinking maybe to do a grungy version with it next, but here is my red, pink and teal “plain” set of 12 damask papers for you:
I have used a damask pattern found on Doodlecraft, to design my seamless tile and these papers. The files are free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂
Surprise: I made a seamless tile!!! Yeeeeha 😀 And it is completely adorable for August Grain Sack Bunting:
Not quite fall, but I felt like replacing my mantle Summertime Bunting…:-) I also included a blank flag with the ready to print download, if you want to add your own letters and/or embellishment. The Alphabet I used for these can be found HERE.
I had a go with a piece of grain sack, and came up with this seamless tile:
Of course there is papers for you as well, download the set with 5 different ones below:
These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂
I love Shakespeare, and wish I knew his work better, I always feel as if I only know bits and pieces. It seems they loved Shakespeare 100 years ago too 🙂 I was very excited to find a few beautiful pages from the 1910 poetry book Roses from Shakespeare on Leaping Frog Designs:
She also posted the end paper, and I could not resist working with it to create another seamless tile:
Tiles are great 🙂 You can resize them to fit your project, and the colors can easily be adjusted, with software such as Photoshop. Here are a few papers I made with the tile:
These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment, and don’t forget to stop by Leaping Frog Designs to check out her free goodies 🙂
Ok, I admit it, my albums are full of supercute, rosy cherubs… and I love them all!!
Here is another batch for you, with lots of hearts, roses and a few forget-me-nots. I do not think these 4 are part of of the same set, but in my album I keep them together, thinking they match each other well 🙂 Two of them are postmarked 1914, no reference on the other two.
On another note, I googled all of these, and google images can find no matches… so they should truly be a rare treat for all of you 😀
Click on Download below to get the collage sheet with all four ready to print:
And I could not bear the reduced quality of providing only the pdf files, so here are the complete jpg files as before, I will have to deal with the issue of running out of space somehow, but not today 🙂
These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment.