April 17, 2013

Vintage Ladies Knitting & Sewing

Here are two cute ladies from the 1950’s, one is knitting and one is sewing.  I found them on a retro magazine on the advertisement section.  Aren’t they nice?  These images are suitable for your sewing projects, sewing supply boxes, transfer images and many more things. Unleash your creativity! 



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For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time.

Enjoy crafting,

Erika

April 15, 2013

Old Goan Newspaper Ads

Today's Scrap Freebies are some extracts from 1900 Old Goan Newspaper “O Heraldo”.  For more scraps of that collection click HERE.




For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time.

Enjoy crafting,

Erika

April 13, 2013

Antique Checks

I recently purchased a Lot of Antique Checks on EBay from late 1800's and early 1900's and today the Retro Scrap Freebies are 3 checks from that lot.




I am including a close up of the beautiful Graphics.



For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time.

Enjoy crafting,

Erika

April 12, 2013

Vintage Bicycle Posters

Today's Freebies are 3 beautiful and colorful Bicycle Posters or Covers from Old Magazines, my favorite is the first one with the lady in black and white, isn't she cute?...  I am planning in doing a project with these images, will share it soon. 



For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time.

Enjoy crafting,

Erika

April 9, 2013

Free Printable Retro Girl's Note Pads

Our Free Printables for this week are 3 cute Retro “Pin up Girls” Note Pads that we worked on this past weekend.




Feel free to use them in your craft projects or to write little messages at home as post it notes in your refrigerator, by the phone, in your scrapbooking art or whatever your inspiration dictates.  Here below are the ones in blank to download.  

April 5, 2013

French Vintage Hot Air Balloon Posters

According to Wikipedia, the Hot Air Balloon is the oldest successful human-carrying flight technology. The Montgolfier brothers launched their first model back in September 1782 in Annonay, France and they were, in their time, the most significant invention of the human flying machines.
 



Today’s freebies are some French colorful posters of these lovely Balloons.  Enjoy crafting.

For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time.
Have a wonderful weekend,

Erika

April 3, 2013

Vintage Oil Lubricant Ads

The freebies for today are five Vintage Oil Lubricant Advertisements cuts published on an early 1920’s men magazine. These lovely drawings can go well perhaps in school projects for children.



For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time. 

Have a wonderful weekend,

Erika

April 1, 2013

1964 Lovely Women’s Outfit

For me the decade of 1960’s was a unique and charming era especially when it comes to movies, music and fashion.  Today I would like to share with you 4 lovely women’s outfits from a 1964 magazine.  There is nothing like retro fashion! 





For Inspirations, Ideas & Tutorials on how to use Vintage Graphics don’t forget to visit our Vintage Inspired Decor Blog: Boulevard de L’antique.  We feature new projects all the time. 

Have a wonderful weekend,

Erika