Free Vintage Illustration for Crafts, Collage, Scrapooking or Graphic Design: Edwardian Ladies in Evening Cloaks for the Ball

“She was struck by the simple truth that sometimes the most ordinary things
could be made extraordinary, simply by doing them with the right people...”
― Nicholas Sparks, The Lucky One

A vintage black and white fashion illustration from 1904. This antique graphic shows two Edwardian woman all wrapped up in their fancy evening cloaks as they head off to a ball. You can download the high-res 8" x 10" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media art, scrapbooking or graphic design projects here.

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Free Vintage Illustrations for Crafts, Mixed Media Art, Scrapbooking or Card Making: Edwardian Ladies on Winter Walk 1


A black and white illustration that originally appeared in the November 27, 1904 issue of La Mode Illustreé. Two Edwardian ladies are strolling along by the water's edge, on a chilly early winter walk. Both are carrying fur muffs to keep their hands warm and are dressed in the latest winter fashions. You can download the free high-res 7" x 12" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media art, scrapbooking or card making projects here.

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Vintage Illustration for Travel Journal, Scrapbooking or Graphic Design: Victorian Lady Traveler 1

“A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”
― Lao Tzu

Antique travel illustration from 1892 that shows a Victorian lady dressed in an elegant travel outfit walking along the street with railway or trolley tracks running beside her. In one hand she is carrying a rolled up travel blanket and in the other hand, she is holding an unopened parasol. To download the high-resolution 5" x 10" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for crafts, collage, scrapbooking or card making, please click here.

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Digital Ephemera for Crafts, Collage, Scrapbooking or Graphic Design: Victorian Ladies in Fancy Hats from 1892

“Life is like a new hat. You don't know if it suits you
if you keep trying it on in front of your own mirror.”
― Shirley McLaine

A partial page from an 1892 issue of French fashion magazine, La Mode Illustrée that shows three styles of hats for Victorian ladies. You can download a free high-res JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media collage, scrapbooking or other graphic design projects here.

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Antique Illustration and Poetry for Crafts, Collage, Scrapbooking or Card Making: Sad Victorian Lady in Beaded Black Dress and Sadness Poem by S.E. Everett

SADNESS
by S.E. Everett (published 1867)
My heart is filled with strange unrest;
I'm sad, I know not why;
This world seems all a weariness,
From which I fain would fly.
It is not that I envy those
By fortune more caressed;
Nor is it strife with worldly foes,
That brings this wild unrest.

My friends are true, the world is kind;
My wants are well supplied;
Nor can my wishes be defined,
Or tell what I'm denied.
Yet strange it is, my heart is sad;
The days are long and drear;
And oft I wish their measure had
Fulfilled their courses here.

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Digital Ephemera for Crafts, Collage or Scrapbooking: New Style of Hair Dressing (1867)

“If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hairstyle.”
― Hillary Rodham Clinton

A black and white illustration from 1867 showing new styles of hairdressing for a young lady; the designs incorporate embellishments of ribbon, pearls and autumn leaves. You can download a free high-res JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media collage or scrapbooking projects here.

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Free Vintage Illustrations for Crafts, Mixed Media Art, Scrapbooking or Card Making: Edwardian Ladies in Floral Frames 1

“I would always rather be happy than dignified.”
― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

“Being a woman is a terribly difficult trade since it consists principally of dealings with men.”
― Joseph Conrad, Chance

Two black and white illustrations that originally appeared in the November 27, 1904 issue of La Mode Illustreé. These antique graphics show profiles of Edwardian woman enclosed within a floral frame. One is wearing a hat and the other has her eyes cast down demurely. You can download the free high-res 5" x 7" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media art, scrapbooking or card making projects here.

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Digital Ephemera for Crafts, Art Making, Scrapbooking or Graphic Design: Edwardian Ladies Having Tea, 1904 (Antique illustration, Instant Download)

“My dear if you could give me a cup of tea to clear my muddle of a head
I should better understand your affairs.”
― Charles Dickens, Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy

First-generation digital scan of a colourful engraving that originally appeared in the November 27, 1904 issue of La Mode Illustreé. This still vividly bright antique illustration shows two Edwardian ladies having afternoon tea in the parlour. The younger woman (who is pouring) is wearing a pink at-home dress with ruched sleeves while her companion is dressed in a visiting costume of royal blue. You can download the high-res 8.5" x 12" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for crafts, mixed media art, scrapbooking or graphic design projects here.

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