5 – 1950’s Floral Images
Today we have a sweet collection of 1950’s Floral Images! These Charming Retro Flower Illustrations are colorful and beautiful. The images have a special alluring quality for me that I can’t explain, but I love them and hope you will as well! The soft florals are 0n a special quilted envelope and delightful cards. There are some Vintage Stenciled Florals as well. All our 1950’s Floral pictures might be nice to use in your Junk Journaling pockets. They would be fun for your Collage or Card Making projects as well!
1950’s Floral Images
Here we have a simply gorgeous Vintage Blue Quilted Envelope with Card Image! This is a truly lovely image of a blue envelope that looks quilted. I love how the shadows and highlights make the little diamond patterns look puffy or raised. The rounded flap of the envelope has a white scalloped edge. There is a spray of colorful flowers in pink, peach, and yellow hues on the flap. Tucked into the flowers is a tiny white card. It is a perfect place to add your own text.
Pictured above is a Colorful Vintage Floral Card Image! It is a happy card with a spray of fluffy coral, pink, and yellow flowers nestled among lush, tiny green leaves. This adorable picture came from a box of 1940s-1950s notecards. Love this one!
I really like this interesting Retro Pink Floral Card Image! Featured above is a lovely image of a stem of white and red flowers adorned with green variegated leaves on a pink background. SO sweet! Another splendid image here!
Retro Floral Graphics
Above is a Cute Vintage Single Pink Rose Card Image! For me it appears to be hand painted, or perhaps even a stenciled little pink rose, on a soft blush pink background. The colors are bright and cheerful and the shading is finished to perfection! I find this one to be an example of an illustration that is fairly basic but just right as it is!
How cute is this Pretty Retro 1950s Pink Rose Graphic? Here is an image of a large pink rose from the 1950’s that is so charming! It looks like it could be painted on canvas. Make sure you look closely at this one as there is lots of woven fabric texture in the flowers and bright green leaves. There are also some tiny blue flowers with bright yellow centers that add to the charm of it. The closer I look, the more I believe this is an early stenciled image in the theorem method. Popular in the 1800s, theorem painting used stencils that were cut in such a manner that the painted image looked three-dimensional. The stencils had multiple overlays and the designs were usually primitive and stylized in nature. Interesting!