Do you love Vintage Drawings as much as I do? Today, I’m sharing how to get Free Vintage Printable Artwork for your home!
Last week, I shared my solution to hide the ugly black box with my DIY Wall Mounted TV Cabinet and boy you all surprised me!
I knew you all would love learning how to hide that TV, but I wasn’t expecting you all to rave about my printables!
As promised, I am sharing those printables with you!
I don’t know what it is about old drawings from books, magazines or newspapers, but I absolutely love the effort it took to create images for those publications.
I stumbled upon these pencil drawings a while ago and tucked them away for a ‘someday project’. You know, the projects that you don’t quite have the idea for, but you know will work someday.
When I built this Wall Cabinet, I knew exactly what I would be using for my artwork!
So these prints came from a public domain site. They are all pencil drawn botanicals from a vintage book. It took me a while to collect all these images, but I’m so glad I did!
And now, you can have access to these prints as well!
While I just used 8 of the images for this TV Cabinet, there are 20 in the total collection. So many other image options for you to choose from!
Here’s how to get your Free Vintage Printables
First, click the image below.
It will take you to a sign up page to receive the password for my printable page exclusive to my email followers.
You will immediately receive an email from me with the password.
Then just head over to my Free Printables from Noting Grace page.
Enter the password where prompted and boom – you have access!
Easy Peasy, lemony squeeze!
Simply click the image below to get access to these vintage prints. When you click the image, it will open in a new tab that allows you to download to your computer and use as many times as you like!
So you can create anything you want! But I ask one thing from you…
Please share your creations with me! I love when you send me pics of what you’ve created after reading my blog posts.
But with this, the sky is the limit! You can create anything!
Artwork of course! But use these as a stencil for something. Or shrink it down and use it for a piece of jewelry.
But most importantly – Have Fun!!