Vintage Wallpaper Rose Labels: FREE WorldLabel.com Downloads

I ordered some vintage 1930s wallpaper from a seller on Etsy and when it arrived the other day, it just begged to be scanned.I then took the scanned images into Photoshop to remove the background color.

I arranged the various floral clusters into one file and manipulated the original colors into 3 more combinations… for a total of four downloadable PDF files to print out for labeling, organizing and embellishing your goods.Go to WorldLabel.com’s blog where you access the FREE PDF files and order your full-sheet labels to print them on! You can free-style trim, straight cut or use decorative punches. If you use them, I would love to see pics!

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29 Responses to Vintage Wallpaper Rose Labels: FREE WorldLabel.com Downloads

  1. #1 - Jackie DuChene says:

    Awesome stuff as always. Thanks

  2. #2 - tj says:

    …These are just lovely Cathe – thank you! :o)

    …I so need to get me some Photoshop…*sigh*

    …Blessings

  3. #3 - Patti S says:

    Beautiful, Cathe! I love vintage wallpaper. Going to use these to label jars in my sewing area. Thank you!

  4. #4 - Julia D. says:

    Thank you for the wonderful labels! They are just beautiful and can be used in so many ways. I just love how you did the bottle with the ribbon and label.
    Thanks again,
    Julia D.

  5. #5 - Karen says:

    How wonderful! Defiantly going to use these! Thanks for sharing!

  6. #6 - Sarah B says:

    These are so lovely and very generous of you to share :)

  7. #8 - Lorinda Penn says:

    Thank you for the lovely labels.

  8. #9 - Elaine says:

    These labels are just so beautiful, Cathe. Thank you for making them available to us!

  9. #10 - Dorothy says:

    So pretty, thank you!

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  11. #11 - Carol Dee says:

    These are beautiful and useful. I am going to order some label sheets. I just made 2 types of jam and did not have an idea for the labels. These will be perfect, THANKS.

  12. I love the vintage look of the rose labels, thank you so much, I love your stuff!

  13. #13 - Gerarrd says:

    hi look like your wallpaper is not complete, would you exchange with my wallpaper collection

  14. #14 - Ann says:

    These are so pretty and you are so good to us Cathe. Another wonderful gift I can’t wait to try. Love the idea to use them for jam labels.

  15. #15 - Richard L Breaks says:

    Beautiful! I just downloaded the red and the orange versions. Thanks so much!!

  16. #16 - Rachel says:

    Love the labels!
    Q: I am working on a recipe collecting project. Would you send me your favorite, tried-and-true recipe?
    Thank you so much!
    Rachel
    http://the-pea-and-me.blogspot.com/2011/07/whats-your-favorite-recipe.html

  17. #17 - Cyndi says:

    Thanks, Cathe! Those labels are so pretty!

  18. #18 - Jodie says:

    Hi Cathe, thank you for posting this, it’s wonderful. I was wondering what fonts you are using there in the ‘Wallpaper Rose Labels’ heading you created which is really pretty, especially the larger font. Thank you.

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  20. #20 - Susi says:

    These are so lovely. I have been wanting to make envelope seals and I can’t figure out how labels/seals that aren’t a standard shape are cut away from the backing? For example, your labels have an irregular shape so other than cutting each one out by hand, how can they be pre-cut and left on the 8.5×11 sheets? I don’t know if I have described what I am trying to figure out very well, but I hope you can help me. Thank you.

    • #21 - Cathe Holden says:

      Hi Susi,

      To achieve that, you would need to purchase sheets of blank labels in shapes, such as circles and ovals, and print the labels arranged (using your image editing software) to fit to the template of the labels you chose. WorldLabel.com has lots of choices in rounds and a few ovals. Otherwise, possibly a machine like a Cricut or Silhouette would do what you need, if they cut label stock. If you come up with a better solution, I’d love to know about it.

  21. #22 - Rosana Garciah Hess says:

    thanks for sharing…I´ll feature on my blog Hope you don´t mind
    hugs from Brazil

  22. #23 - Karen says:

    Just found your website and these labels. What a lovely idea! Thank you for sharing your terrific ideas and images. It is very generous of you to share your findings.

  23. #24 - Trisha says:

    These are gorgeous Cathe! Wouldn’t mind having lots more of this kind of stuff! Thank you!

  24. #25 - Katharine says:

    I found your site on Vintage Catnip and so glad I did. Thanks for sharing such lovely images. :)

  25. #26 - vuefinder says:

    What a great idea! Thanks for posting :)

    If you are looking for more vintage wallpaper check out my Etsy page:

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/VueFinder?ref=si_shop

    Thanks and keep the ideas coming!

  26. #27 - brindesoie says:

    J’adore!!! merci & MERCI ;-p