DIY · Ephemera

Cherub Rose Wreath Ex Libris

Since I learned how to extract B&W imagery from old ephemera, I have multiplied my collection of digital stamps! Here is a darling little Cherub holding a beautiful rose wreath:

This was originally an Ex Libris, and still can be, but it also works great for labeling all sorts of other stuff!

I have included several black versions of this design as PNG-files (transparent background) for you to use in your digital art and apply your own coloring, with and without the text banner and the halo:

I’m also including just the banner:

Here is a colorized sample in purple:

And a colorized sample in red, without the top banner:

I also made the last version on a pink background, ready for you to print and use:

And finally here is a sheet with 6 little Cherub Rose Wreaths, in both white and pink versions:

Print the sheet on sticker paper for instant Ex Libris stickers or labels, or print on cardstock and glue to thin cardboard (cereal box) for sturdy tags 🙂

I hope you will find a great use for these, for your digital scrapbooking or paper crafts 🙂

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

Download Printable

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I used elements from the following sources for these designs:

Studio International Vol 20-22 – archive.org

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