Tuesday, March 12, 2013

FREE Printable - Vintage Goodies

I have 3 Vintage style printables for you this week.  Vintage Film Strips, Vintage Mason Jars and Vintage Polaroids.  I like to print my images on 200gsm white cardstock and I cut them out with sharp scissors, though a few people are starting to use their Cameos and its working perfectly for them.  I always have to be careful with the shapes I design as I want the image to be easily cut with scissors, or else if its too hard with too many intricate cuts, who would bother?  I'm seriously thinking about getting a Cameo now myself, so I will be able to start designing more intricate designs.

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This link will take you to Photobucket. You will find the download link under Options to the right of the screen.

This link will take you to Photobucket. You will find the download link under Options to the right of the screen.

 Download Vintage Film Strips
This link will take you to Photobucket. You will find the download link under Options to the right of the screen.




40 comments:

  1. Thank you for creating such wonderful goodies. I am in love with the Mason Jars! :)

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  2. Thanks again! More awesome printables!!

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  3. thank you so much for sharing! Awesome!

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  4. Downloaded theese. Thanks for sharing. Now i only looking forward to use them :-)

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  5. Thank you so much for your kindness and talent! I have already cut some of the filmstrips out and put them into my Smash book. Just Awesome!

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  6. These are fabulous! Thank you so much.

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  7. I love these! Thank you! Thank you!

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  8. Thank you these are AMAZING!!!!

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  10. Thank you love the jars.

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  11. I know I am being really slow here but I can't find where to download these printables.

    Love Katie x

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  12. Ah never mind, I found the link now. Thanks for more wonderful printables Rebecca, I love your website and recommend it to everyone!

    Love Katie x
    www.chronickatie.com

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  13. I hate to sound ignorant, but I cannot figure out how to download these vintage jars...help please?

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    1. The link is directly under the image. Click on the name of the printable. The name should highlight as you hover over :-)

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    2. The link is directly under the image. Click on the name of the printable. The name should highlight as you hover over :-)

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  14. Where can i find the proper weight and printer size card stock? Do you know the brand name of it it will sure help me if i know the name and where to get it! LOL to old and tired to be running all over the place to find it.. :)

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    1. I buy my cardstock from an Australian newsagent. It is Quill A4 white 200gsm

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  15. Merci pour ces free, cela va occuper mes temps libres, j'adore!!!!!!!!! bon week-end

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  16. These are so beautiful and really vingtage. Thanks so much >:D<

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  17. I love these but don't see the button for downloading.Help please!!

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  18. I just found your blog and am in LOVE with all your work! Thank you so much for all your creations and giving them free! I'm a downloading fool right now! Thank you so so much!
    BJ

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  19. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome talents with all of us. It is so appreciated. Going to love using these on my scrapbooks and etc.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  20. Your the best REBECCA! How kind you are to share with us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. I was wondering, the jars look as though they are images of empty jars, but the download doesn't have any empty ones. Am I doing something wrong or is there another download? Thanks for the downloads, they are all wonderful!!

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    1. They are filled with vintage color and texture. What exactly does your file look like? Are you clicking the link directly underneath the image? You could email me, might be easier.
      r.barbierato@bigpond.com

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  22. Found you through Pinterest. Thank you. Lovely site. :)

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  23. Thank you so much for sharing this. So happy to have found your blog on Pinterest.

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