DIY · Postcards

1906 May Bowley Old Style Music Ladies

Here is a set of brand new 2015 tags, I created with wonderful May Bowley Old Style Music Ladies, combined with playing around with Carte Postale brushes in Photoshop:

Wings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Ladies #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girls #instrument

I think they came out looking rather French 😀

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Print the tags onto matte photo paper (mine is 170g paper) or cardstock
  2. Glue the sheet to a piece of thin cardboard, I used a cereal box and spray glue, let dry.
  3. Cut out the tags.
  4. Punch the holes, string and hang.
  5. (Optional: embellish your tag with anything you fancy)
  6. TADAH: Vintage Cuteness 🙂

Find your high quality copy in the download folder, free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂

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Here’s a low resolution preview of the individual tags:

Wings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrumentWings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrument

Wings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrumentWings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrumentWings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrumentWings of Whimsy: May Bowley Old Style Music Lady Tag #vintage #ephemera #printable #freebie #girl #instrument

My confirmed followers will find these in high quality as individual PNG-files in the Exclusive Folder. Have you forgotten how to access the Exclusive Folder? Please post in the comments and I’ll send you a private note!

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I have used elements from the following sources for these designs:

Old Style Music by May Bowley – Tuck DB

Carte Postale Brushes – The Graphics Fairy

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23 thoughts on “1906 May Bowley Old Style Music Ladies

  1. Hello! Happy New Year!!
    I seem to have a problem with the download. It gets me to Clock girls. Please tell me what to do. Thanks for your kindness.
    Gloria

    1. So sorry Dear, I got interrupted, and forgot to upload the sheet to the folder 😛 It is there now, please try again, and please let me know if you run into more problems 😀 xoxoxo

  2. Oh my these are soo cute sweet lady and they´ll work just perfect for many kinds of cards too besides to work as gifttags as well. They´re really gorgeous, thank you soooooo very much.
    Have a wonderful new week ahead now everyone.

    1. Now, how come I did not see these comments before…? Hm, sometimes I wonder if WordPress alerts me about everything…lol! Or maybe I’m getting so disorganized that I can no longer follow everything that happens…:-O Thank you so much for your lovely comment Hunny! And I’m very, very sorry about my belated answer 😦 xoxoxo

    1. Thank you Dear 🙂 And thank you for leaving a comment too, it’s much appreciated, although I did not answer right away… :-O For which I am very sorry! I wish you a beautiful Sunday! xoxoxo

  3. Please, could you sent me the instruction to access the Exclusive Folder? Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful images. I’m in love with them. I hope to make a journal soon!…. Happy New Year!!!

  4. Awwww, these are truly lovely. The young woman with the tambourine is my favorite, such a beautiful face. I usually use tags for my birthday cakes or cookies that I give as gifts. Guess I know what I’m doing tomorrow. Thank you so much.

    1. YAY!! I hope you had fun playing with these! The tambourine lady is my favourite too, and maybe the harp lady my second favourite 😉 But they are all sweet, I think 😀 I’ve been planning to use them for some design for a while, so I’m happy I finally got around to it 😀 xoxoxo

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