JSIM TV: Free Vintage Clip Art

No, I’m not really launching a TV show (yet!). Just havin’ fun. But I do have a collection of fun vintage television art that I put together with typography that you can use in your blog design, scrapbooking, greeting cards and more. Drop a photo or text into the TV screens and let me know if you come up with something cool, I’d love to see it.Click on image above for the FREE PDF file.

And while on the subject of TVs, you can pick up tv stands to go with yours from CNS, an online company with so many stores and products to choose from. They have asked me to choose an item for product review. My pick: The Singer Inspiration Basic 5-Stitch Sewing Machine for my almost-13 daughter, Sarah. Once we receive it and get it up and running, I’ll be sure to post our review!

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25 Responses to JSIM TV: Free Vintage Clip Art

  1. #1 - Pink Martini says:

    I love vintage art from TV's golden age and that of advertising. It was the best, wasn't it? 🙂

  2. #2 - diane says:

    this is sooooo fun!

    thank you for once again sharing your awesomeness and being super cool.


  3. #3 - Karen says:

    Love the vintage tubes…reminds me I have a great rubber stamp of one that I should dig out! :>

  4. #4 - debsea says:

    you look great on tv!

  5. #5 - sjhackney says:

    Love these, thanks Cathe! Sally

  6. #6 - Kitschalicious says:

    This is so neat! This summer I'm turning my daughter's room into a "Hollywood" theme and this would go perfect as an accent! Thanks!

  7. #7 - Laura PARING DOWN says:

    That's cute! LOVE the retro looks!

  8. #8 - debb says:

    I love the vintage tv's- can't wait for the hubs next birthday to use one of these! Thank you!!!!

  9. #9 - 32˙North says:

    These are great! I can think of a million things to do with these, thank you!

  10. #10 - Kristina says:

    OMG! I at first thought you had a show already and had taken my survey advice! But … I'm so hoping BIG THINGS will come your way soon – you so deserve it and I'll always be one of your fans!Until then .. thanks for the adorable TV PDF full of delicious images.

  11. #11 - Elaine A says:

    Hi Cathe –

    Thanks for the images. Some of those sets brought back lots of memories!

    Elaine Allen

  12. #12 - Tales From My Empty Nest says:

    Thanks for sharing. Love & blessings from NC!

  13. #13 - Rachel Ann says:

    Wow – those are great! Thanks so much for sharing! I don't know what I'll use them for, but I love how they look so I'll figure something out…

  14. #14 - Dubai's it girl says:

    How in the world did you find this?! I love it! Your blog is fantastic. I can always find something new and exciting when I visit your blog. Great job!

    Tc, Nia B
    "Dubai's It Girl"
    http://www.dubaisit girl.com

  15. #15 - CraftCrave says:

    Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave.com in the Printables category today [28 Mar 03:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  16. #16 - kat (kats in the belfry) says:

    my 12yo has a pair of pj bottoms just like this!!

  17. #17 - Carol Rose says:

    You resemble Sally Fields in this photo, which is a good thing, I believe. The televisions remind me of my childhood, though these days, I only use my TV to watch DVDs from Netflix. If you DO get a show of your own, I hope it's available online, because that's the only place I watch television programs these days! I can SO see you on your own show!!

  18. #18 - SmilynStef says:

    How fun … thanks so much for sharing. Makes me want to pull out the TV trays, cook my Banquet pot pie, and get ready to watch Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley.

  19. #19 - Haverford House says:

    You look great on tv! i love these tv's ~ i remember having these tv's! ~Marcy

  20. #20 - ~J says:

    I just figured out who you always remind me of (with the dark hair and glasses)… Bonnie Hunt! Yep, and it is a compliment if you were scratching your head.


  21. #21 - PUK says:

    Hi Cathe

    Just thought I would tell you how inspired I got from a previous post about your pennant rubber stamp. I made a birthday card for a friend and you can see it here:

    Thank you so much for a very inspirational blog.


  22. #22 - Skitzo Leezra says:

    Love it!
    Thanks, Cathe!

  23. #23 - Johanna says:

    Thank you, these are too cool.

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  25. #24 - Kathryn says:

    hello! I made this Christmas card design with one of your tv’s! They are so cool! thank you for putting your talent out here for us to appreciate! I gave you a mention in the product description and if you’d like a copy of this card or any of my cards for you to use this year just let me know and i’ll be happy to customize one for you free of charge as a big ole thank you for your design. I knew exactly what look I wanted but really didn’t want to draw the TV myself so thanks again! https://www.etsy.com/listing/253844283/vintage-photo-christmas-card-tv-80s?ref=shop_home_active_15