DIY · Ephemera

Victorian Cherubs & Doves

Tonight I’m sharing a set of Victorian scraps with Cherubs & Doves, I believe they originate somewhere between 1880-1900:

Wings of Whimsy: Cherubs on Doves #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #cherub #valentine #bunting

I love the gorgeous bright colors on these! I am going to bunt them together and make a pretty Valentine garland, possibly together with some of my 2,5″ circles 🙂

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

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7 thoughts on “Victorian Cherubs & Doves

  1. Oh my these are sooo soooo beautiful and so cute too. I really really love these, and they would be sooo perfect for a Valentines card for those, who´s making these, but they would also look awesome for a weddingcard f.ex. or en engagementcard or even a new baby they would look fantastic for too, so again the possibilities are almost endless, but they´re sooo beautiful, no matter what they´re used for, so thanks soo very much for alll your wonderful shares always.

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