Free Digital Images: Vintage Floral Soap Cards

It is so neat to find vintage images in sets. I found these embossed, 3.25″ x 5.25″, circa 1880 soap trade cards at the flea market last weekend.
Click on the set of 4 image to enlarge and save for yourself.
I’m including a set with the lettering Photoshopped out should you want to add your own.
Let me know if you make something with them, I’d love to see it!

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26 Responses to Free Digital Images: Vintage Floral Soap Cards

  1. #1 - Linda K says:

    Good thing I live so far away or you might find me outside your door one morning, scones in hand, begging to come in and play. Thanks for all your sharing gifts!

  2. #2 - xashee's corner says:

    Thank you so much for sharing!! i also entered your giveaway and snagged the wooden nickels too! AWESOME!! you are so very CREATIVE and i honestly appreciate all the work you share!! Have a WONDERFUL day! 🙂

  3. #3 - Liberty says:

    Thanks, Cathe for sharing your creativity.
    Many Blessings,

    Linda @
    White Linen ~ Lavender Field

  4. #4 - Nadine says:

    These are just beautiful – thank you for sharing with us!


  5. #5 - Ashley says:

    Beautiful! You have the best finds!

  6. #6 - Beverly says:

    so beautiful, thank you

  7. #7 - sea-blue-sky & abstracts says:

    Oh these are lovey, what is it about roses?

  8. #8 - sea-blue-sky & abstracts says:

    Oh these are lovey, what is it about roses?

  9. #9 - La Table De Nana says:

    Thanks so much!

  10. #10 - Kathy-Catnip Studio says:

    You're a doll for sharing these lovelies!

  11. #11 - the undomesticated wife says:

    Those are fantastic…they'd make great little cards for gifts!

  12. #12 - Brynwood Needleworks says:

    Thanks again, Cathe for sharing your blessings. Much appreciated.

    Thanks also for the kind email you sent me today. What a nice surprise!


  13. #13 - kristianne25 says:

    Thank you for sharing these are beautiful:)Take care

  14. #14 - SueLovesCherries says:

    They're all so beautiful!

  15. #15 - Karen says:

    Very pretty! Where do you get all your ideas? Thanks for sharing them! Karen

  16. #16 - Dana Gustafson says:

    These are stunning Cathe! Thankyou fro sharing them and doing the photoshop to creat blanks. Gorgeous!

  17. #17 - jennifer says:

    Wow! I just found your blog tonight Cathe and let me just say you are one of my new favorite people?! Oh my goodness what a talented, creative, and INSPIRING lady you are! Thank you thank you for being here and for sharing your wonderful gifts and talents. I am utterly thrilled to have found you and I anticipate many hours of clipping, pasting, and creating will be ispired by this discovery!

  18. #18 - Susan Pilotto says:

    I am so thankful for all the beautiful images you share with us..they have become a welcome addition to my clip art collection. Your work is an real inspiration to me! Susan

  19. #19 - Tiedupmemories says:

    Beautiful images!Thank you!Your the best!

  20. #20 - Carole says:

    What a fantastic find! I rarely find things like this.

    Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  21. #21 - Lynns Lovelies says:

    Hi Cathe~~~These are soooo pretty!!I just love looking at your many beautiful creations!
    Thanks so much for sharing~~


  22. #22 - Mirna Barriga says:

    Thank you so much for the images. I am planning a baby shower and these will help to make it unique.

  23. #23 - Jackie says:

    I make organic soaps and love antiques. These labels are gorgeous and just what I was looking for. Thank you for sharing

  24. #24 - Meadowlark says:

    Love the vintage, thanks so much for sharing everything.~hugs

  25. #25 - Elizabeth says:

    thank you so much for sharing, these are just what I was looking for!

  26. #26 - Dawn says:

    I’ve downloaded several of your items. It’s so nice to find a site like this for those creative crafting ideas and in my case some ideas to incorporate into my daughter’s vintage beach wedding at a historic resort that saw the heyday of the Rockefeller era. We thought it would be neat to use era specific vintage touches