14 Free Corner Designs
Today we have a handsome collection of Free Corner Designs! All are the images featured below are delightful engravings from antique books in my collection. The black and white Corner Designs are rich with scrolls and acanthus leaf patterning. We even have a beautiful embroidery design. These ornaments are perfect for making your own Handmade Cards or Stationery. They’re great for your Wedding Design projects too!
Delicate Corner Graphics
This is a stunning Romantic Scrolls Corner Graphic from a Rare early 1900’s book. It’s full of swirls and scrolls and even some flowers and leaves. If you look at it closely you can see the soft hand sketched appearance of this beautiful piece.
And this one is exactly the same as the one above, only I have mirrored it so that you have one for the left side and one for the right. Beautiful!
Ornate Corner Designs
Here is the latest addition to this collection. I’m adding another fancy doodad to this collection today! This one is a bit more simple than some of the others in this post, but certainly just as elegant. I hope you like it too!
This one is fairy similar to the design below. The central motif has more pointy edges to it though and looks quite a lot like a shield. I think it has a Medieval feel to it!
Featured above is a very ornate ornamental design. It’s got loads of scrolls and vines and a small empty space in the center, where you could add an additional motif if you wanted to. Lovely!
Triangular Corner Designs
Embroidery Corner Designs
Pictured above is a lovely Free Embroidery Corner Design! This one was scanned from an Antique Circa 1860 Ladies Hand Book. This book is filled with all sorts of different sewing and embroidery designs! Featured is a beautiful Floral Line Drawing Design with loads of pretty delicate swirls! I believe it was designed to be placed in the corner of a handkerchief. So pretty!
I hope you enjoyed this lovely curated collection! You might also like our Wedding Archives HERE for more of these types of designs.
Sherry Hightower says
I love these old ornamental designs. Wish the second one wasn’t so small. It isn’t a thumbnail like all the others.
Glad you like them Sherry. Sorry about that second one, I’ve gone ahead and fixed it and it should be full size now. Thanks for letting us know!
Hello, I am not sure what you are using it for, but couldn’t you print the image you like (that is too small) and then use a copier to enlarge it? That’s what I used to do when I needed to copy and paste in the old days!
Karen Watson says
Helen, thanks for your sweet tip to Sherry! In this instance it was a glitch on our part in the way the image was displaying, I have corrected it and the full size image is available now. Still a good tip though! 🙂
Thank you so much!!
You are so welcome Linda!
Peggy S says
Very pretty. I am actually getting interested in taking up embroidery again, but this would work well in many ways.
Maxine D says
Beautiful thanks Karen – almost makes me want to pick up my needle again!