For the third set of 3 Rose Clocks I also used the same page of vintage roses from the 1914 Miss Ella V. Baines Seed Catalog:
If your printer can handle printing all the way to the edges, this sheet at 100% will come out with a perfect size to fit on CD’s (120mm). Meaning you can easily create working clocks with them too 😀
If not, you will have to choose “fit to page” in your printer settings, and it will come out slightly too small to use on CD’s, but still lovely for any kind of collages or why not make large circular gift tags?
I’m also including the PNG-files (transparent background) of these clocks for everyone. The resolution is so good that you can easily print a clock onto a full size A4-page if you want to make a bigger clock. I’m planning to do that with one of these, just glueing it to some cardboard. I think 80mm clock handles will be a good fit if the clocks are printed in A4 🙂
I’d love to hear your ideas on what you would use these for, please share in the comments below!
Find your high quality copies in the download folder, free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂
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I have used elements from the following sources for these designs:
Miss Ella V. Baines Seed Catalog 1914 – Biodiversity Heritage Library
Clock Face – The Graphics Fairy
Clock Face with Roman Numerals – The Graphics Fairy