How about some vintage dog printables for your craft projects?
Back in June, I gave you a sneak peak of a vintage children's book that I found at a garage sale.
I promised to scan some more images for you and I always keep my word (this is where my family dies of laughter, because I guess I am known for not following through on a few things).
I dummied down these images a little, so this page wouldn't bog down the entire world wide internet. I wouldn't want to be the reason someone can't find a cute cat video on YouTube or anything.
But if you need higher resolution images for crafts or printing out, you can get them from the link below.
Please keep in mind these are not for resale or to be used in projects that will be resold. They are for personal use only.
Click Here To Get Your Vintage Dog Illustrations.
And if you are in to farm animals, you can find some of those on my Vintage Animal Printables post. I guess the camel isn't really a farm animal, but we won't tell him that.
Carlene @ Organized Clutter
Great dog prints. I found a little collection of vintage dog figurines that just came in at a consignment shop. Any favorites Pam?
Vickie @ Ranger 911
Okay, I'm far too impressed that you know how to do that Flickr thing and post downloadable images. Did you ever see the free knitting pattern I posted? Well, if you did, you'd know why I'm impressed. hehe Cute images of the pooches!
Those are wonderful, amazing images! I just love the one of the dog with the jack-in-the-box. Love the cow ones, too. Love that you are having "homemade" lasagna! xo Diana
Hope your lasagna was yummy.
Thanks for the images! The second dog looks just like my dog (except mine is now 11 years old and doesn't have quite the spring in her step)!
Musings from Kim K.
Fabulous images. Thanks for sharing. I hope you enjoyed your lasagna!
Great find, pleasant to see.The cairns are tempting; they look much like our sadly missed pair.
These are adorable, Pam. Thanks for sharing. My soon-to-be daughter-in-law is a Boston Terrier fanatic, so I plan to make something fun for her with that image.
Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com
These are great! Keeping this marked "unread" in Bloglovin feed til I figure out how to use them 😉
I am a huge fan of old illusrations. I have an old dog book myself and must get some of those images scanned! Thank you so much for sharing yours.
I don't know who you are, but, you are just wonderful! Love your writing style and your darling eye for precious finds! You've got a fan in me!
My Great Finds by Linda
I've downloaded the farm animals and now some of these dog prints. Love them and wanted to say thank you again
Hi! First of all I must say I LOVE these vintage dog prints!I found your site through 'Pinterest' . I wanted to be sure it was okay to use them in my "craft business," I couldn't find your TOU or a way to contact you on your site. So, I thought I would just leave a comment. I put "craft business" in quotes because it's really not a business, even though I sell my cards and gift bags in a few local stores. The money that I make just supports my hobby of making cards and gift bags.
I worked as a Registered Nurse for about 15 years until an autoimmune neurological illness made it impossible to do patient care anymore. I really missed working, and for as long as I can remember I've loved stamps and ink and had made cards for friends and family. A couple of years ago I began selling them mostly to friends and family, but my stuff is in a few local stores.
Before I used any of these dog prints in my creations I wanted to get your approval.
When you get time (it's no rush) let me know if that's okay with you?