Need Art? Free Vintage Printable Site

Some days I get lost in the internet.

Simply checking email or creating a board for a client becomes
an all-out adventure...
merrily click-click-clicking away...
and then success - elation at finding little-known bits of talent and spectacular resources.

I'm not alone here, right?
Hope I'm not the only one spending entirely too much time "researching" :)

Anyhow, this one you will like.
I was looking through the vintage botanical charts available for a client
and found...

a blog titled Vintage Printable - sounds promising already, doesn't it?

There are heaps and heaps of art to be had here, lovelies.
Did I mention it was all free?

They also suggest using their images to create fabric on Spoonflower,
which had my head reeling with the possibilities!
(Spoonflower is a create-your-own-fabric site that I found through Christine
 and before you head over there just be warned it's highly addictive!!)

 The only downfall is how slowly the site loads (so much data)
but you can click here to peruse their finds through google images..

I am absolutely using these in a nursery at some point.

hello, games room...

I know hanging a grouping of empty frames was a trend a while back,
 but really,
 which one would you rather have?

even bulletin boards need some love :)

I am always telling clients that their accessories tell a story,
and they should be chosen with care.
Those layers you add to your home are the things that set your home apart from everyone else's.
Skip the mass produced art and
lets fill in the blanks with interest, shall we?

happy clicking!

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Kori said...

Wow! Great find honey. I love the vintage images so much, sometimes I think I was definitely born in the wrong era! I hope you have an amazing Tuesday! Stop by and say hello! Kori xoxo


Designwali said...

Hahhaha...i spend WAY too much time researching too...great find...can't wait to check it out. There goes some more hours!

Carissa @ the Fabulous Design File said...

Thanks for the tip! I'm off to check it out! You are so right about the empty frames, and the accessories telling a story.

abby @ a delightful design said...

Preach on sista! So true. Love that site!

The Simply Inspired Home said...

This is great! I will have to check it out. I love vintage art. Especially botanical pieces. I agree, skip the Ikea art and go for something that says something about yourself.

I'm glad you had a great get away with your family. Much needed I'm sure.

Unknown said...

Fab find!! Will definitely have to check that out!

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

Thanks for the great tip Anne Marie. I am popping over there right now:)

Edwina@FASHION+ART said...

I'm struggling to find a balance but you're not helping Anne-Marie :-) Got to check out that site. Bookmark for later.

Barbara Matson said...

Thanks for the link! I am checking out the cards for our games room! I agree, frames should be filled!

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for sharing! I can't wait to print some of these out and liven up my room!

Mona Thompson said...

Ann Marie,

Thanks for the heads up. I'm off to see both sites right now. Have a great day. Mona

Cynthia Fox-Giddens said...

So glad you are back :-) I'm like you when it comes to getting lost on the internet, but you found a gem here. Thanks for sharing!

designchic said...

So excited to check this out...and definitely agree with you on the empty frames!!

Weaveron Textile said...

this blog is nice.
thanks for sharing your link.


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