4 Floral Graphics Sets
Today I’m sharing these Beautiful Free Graphics Sets all with a floral theme. They are all so lovely that it’s hard to pick a favorite! These are all pieces from a 1940s/1950s Vintage Note card set that I scanned from my collection, and I think you will find so many uses for these! I purchased an entire set, in the original box. The box does not have any type of copyright mark on it, it does not appear to have ever been copyrighted. I hope you can find a use for these pretty nostalgic pieces in your crafts!
Green Graphics Set
This first piece was from the inside of the card. It’s a lovely Chartreuse Green Frame with white Leaves and vines. The inside section is creamy with a light paper texture all over, and has a beautiful Pink Rose on it. This would make a wonderful Label or perhaps it could be used for an invitation or calling card.
This piece was the cover of the card and shows some Gorgeous Pink Roses! There’s a little tag tucked inside the flowers, where you could add some text if you like.
Here we have the same cover again, only we’ve removed everything from inside of it, so that you can add what you like in the white space. I think it would make a great journal card for a Junk Journal, you could add some text inside of the wreath.
Pink Floral Graphics Set
This next set is done in a soft pink and cream combo with pops of bright pink as well. So pretty!
This first piece was from the inside of the card. It’s a lovely soft pink Frame with white Leaves and tiny pink flowers. The inside section is creamy with a light paper texture all over. This would make a wonderful Label or perhaps it could be used for an invitation or calling card.
This piece was the cover of the card and shows a pretty Victorian-ish style lady, with a parasol and a Poodle! She’s surrounded by a pretty wreath of flowers.
Here we have the same cover again, only we’ve removed the lady so that you can add what you like inside. I think it would make a great journal card for a Junk Journal, you could add some text inside of the wreath.
And lastly this cute little Oval floral piece was on the back of the card. I think it would make a darling sticker! You could stick it to the outside of an envelope, to use as a seal, or you could add it to your Collages, Journals, scrapbooks or more.
Retro Pansies Image Set
Next up is this very pretty set of 7 Retro Pansy Graphics! I think they are all so beautiful! Each of these pieces could be used together in your projects or designs, or you can use them separately. Pick and choose the ones that you like or grab them all if you want to!
First we have the front of the note card. This lovely graphic has a happy looking wreath of Yellow and Purple Pansy Flowers! If you look closely you can see bits of gold glitter as well, I think it would be fun to glue some gold glitter on those parts, or to go over them with a gold metallic pen. The wreath is rectangular in shape and the space in the center is blank. You could use this as a pretty frame for scrapbooking or it would make a cute label too.
This next piece was the inside of the card. Here we see the same wreath again, only this time it has a soft Wedgwood blue background. The space in the center is also blank, just like the one at the top of the page. You could use this for the same types of projects as the one above, but it’s nice to have a couple of different color options to choose from.
Next we have a pretty corner piece, showing a Yellow Pansy, a Purple Pansy and a Purple bud. This one was made to go in the upper left hand corner. So useful!
And here is a similar graphic that was made to go in the upper right hand corner.
Two more pretty Pansies! These are for a lower left corner.
This last image is a single yellow and purple Pansy combined! This was scanned from the back of the note card. It’s a small image but I think it would be useful in lots of different ways.
Retro Violets Graphics Set
And last, but not least, is this lovely set of 3 Retro Violets Graphics! Aren’t they just so sweet?! I hope you like this nostalgic of graphics. These remind me a bit of fine Wedgwood china!
First up is the front of the note card. This lovely graphic has a soft Wedgwood blue background that is overlayed with a white ruffled Lace border. On top of the lace border is a gorgeous border of purple Violets with bright green leaves. The space in the center is blank. You could use this as a pretty frame for scrapbooking or it would make a cute label too.
This second piece is the inside of the card and it’s what you see looking through the frame above, on the original card. This image shows the same soft blue background and purple and green Violet border, but we also have a Lady in the center here. The lady in the picture looks like a Wedgwood decoration from a Tea set! She has a Cameo style effect to her. She’s wearing a long dress with a very full skirt and a straw bonnet. She’s holding a basket of flowers and she’s leaning up against a fence with a tiny birdhouse above it. Such a sweet scene!
This last image is a small bouquet of perfect purple Violets! This was scanned from the back of the note card. It’s a small image but I think it would be useful in lots of different ways.
I hope you enjoyed these charming sets! You can find additional 1950’s Flower Images HERE.
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Good Morning Karen,
These are very nice and my favourite is the pretty set with the lady and poodle. It’s soft and elegant! The flower frames and extra accents are also very pretty as well!
Thanks so much for sharing these with us and have a fabulous week ahead of you!
Karen Watson says
Thank you Irene! I hope you have a wonderful week too!
Lisel Rice says
These are absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for sharing with us! SO
Karen Watson says
Thank you Lisel!
Maxine D says
Thank you Karen these are exquisite
Thank you Maxine, I’m glad you like them 🙂
Angela Hoynes says
Very pretty thank you