6 Tomato Images
Today we have a beautiful collection of Tomato Images! The images featured below are beautiful and colorful vintage graphics.
One of my favorite things to do on a Saturday morning is to visit our local farmer’s market. I love talking to the hard-working farmers and seeing all the gorgeous produce. Our market gets pretty crowded and it’s fun to watch the people with little kiddos and their dogs meeting up on a sunny morning. All the vegetables and fruit are so beautiful, but especially the tomatoes. There are so many varieties – red, orange, and yellow. There are large tomatoes and tiny grape tomatoes; I love them all! I think that nothing says summer like a fresh slice of a ripe, juicy tomato sprinkled with a little salt. Delicious!
These are all nice pictures to use in your craft or DIY Projects. I’m inspired to make a fabric-transfer tote to use on my trips to the market! I’m picturing a large canvas tote with the image of the red tomato and the words “Farmer’s Market” or “Tomato” in a rustic font. In addition, the design could include some other fruit and vegetables too. You could make a collage of all of your favorites. Another idea would be to create a set of fabric napkins for a fun garden party or farm-to-table dinner! There are so many possibilities and of course these images would all be fun for your Collage or Card Making projects as well!
Color Tomato Images
Featured above is a perfectly plump looking Tomato! According to the Catalog this one was called “Allen’s Best”. I’ve had a hard time finding good Tomato graphics, so I was thrilled to find this one, and just in time for you to use on your Summer DIY Projects!
This graphic was scanned from a rare Antique Printer’s book that dates to around Circa 1880′s. Shown above is a large primitive looking Tomato Image. The Tomato is quite plump and healthy looking with lots of leaves on it. I’ve colored this one in for you a bit to give you some options.
Black and White Tomato Clip Art
I think this one would be really fun to hand color, with markers or watercolor paints! It’s the original version of the red tomato above.
This is the original version of the 1880’s Printer’s Book image. I think the primitive style of this one makes it a perfect candidate for your Country Style DIY Projects!
These wonderful Old Fashioned Tomatoes come from an 1879 Garden Book. They look nice and plump … don’t they?! I think these would also be fun to color in as well!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Tomato Images!! You might also like our 50 Best free Gardening Images HERE!