Free Vintage Ephemera: Glamour Girls

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“Undergarments converse in silence with the women who wear them; women confide in them, hidden, invisible beneath their clothes, as if in some guardian angel of their femininity.” — Farid Chenoune

Whether dressing to impress or adorned in garments that are “barely” there, underneath it all, beauty still remains in the eye of the beholder — and I hope you’ll agree, these ladies are just stunning!

Click here to download these two lovely vintage ephemera pieces from the early 1900′s to use in your paper crafting or digital projects, for free!

 

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Posted: Monday, August 26th, 2013 @ 9:48 am
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9 Responses to “Free Vintage Ephemera: Glamour Girls”

  1. judy h. says:

    how do I sign up for the e-crafting newsletter? thanks!

  2. Johanna says:

    Thank you so much! These are wonderful!

  3. Cate says:

    Thanks so much for the gift of these lovely ladies!

  4. Sandy says:

    These are gorgeous . . . thank you!!

  5. Cathy Berger says:

    Love vintage! Thanks so much for the freebie.

  6. Sheila Kay says:

    Thanks, already have a project in mind for these vintage images.

  7. Cool glamor pictures.

  8. Very interesting article. I’m surprised.

  9. Ashley says:

    My wife loved it. She is quite into vintage. Thanks

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ephemera

“Undergarments converse in silence with the women who wear them; women confide in them, hidden, invisible beneath their clothes, as if in some guardian angel of their femininity.” — Farid Chenoune

Whether dressing to impress or adorned in garments that are “barely” there, underneath it all, beauty still remains in the eye of the beholder — and I hope you’ll agree, these ladies are just stunning!

Click here to download these two lovely vintage ephemera pieces from the early 1900′s to use in your paper crafting or digital projects, for free!

 

artisan ave

To receive more complimentary ephemera downloads, as well as free technique videos and special promotional offers, sign up to receive our exclusive monthly newsletter, Artisan Avenue. And if you would like more digital ephemera, make sure to check out our e-crafting website.

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