Thursday, July 11, 2013

Free Vintage 1915 July 4th Images


"The time has come," the Walrus said, "to talk of many things."

Thursday, on Shades Of The Departed, will be dedicated to
many things,
and nothing in particular.  
Many Things Thursday 
Free Vintage July 4 Images from 1915



Working on your Heritage Scrapbooking? I have two vintage 4th of July images to share with you. The firecracker image can be used as a divider and the rocket image can be used as a drop cap in your family history writing or a frame for initials or dates in your scrapbooking. Use your imagination my friends!

FireCracker Divider
Here is an example of how I used the Firecracker Divider by coloring the image.
It can be downloaded as a PNG file (transparent background) or
as a JPG file (white background). Not in color.

Rocket Image With Year
Rocket Image with Drop Cap
Here is an example of how I used the Rocket Image by converting to a brush 
and adding a year. It can be downloaded as a PNG file (transparent background) or
as a JPG file (white background).Not in color.

Directions:
Right click the images below and select Save Image As.
Firecracker.png
(Transparent Background)
Firecracker.jpg
(White Background)

Rocket,png
(Transparent Background) 
Rocket,png
(White Background)

Download:

Just click on the image to enlarge it and then right click (using the button on the right side of your mouse) to save it to your computer.

Please:

Just click on the image to enlarge it and then right click (using the button on the right side of your mouse) to save it to your computer.

Please:

Personal use only. No commercial use.

Do not use on free graphics sites (if you own a “free graphics site”, do not post my images on your site to give away for free). 

Post a link to ShadesOfTheDeparted.com when including the images  on your blog or website. Thank you!
 
Enjoy your Heritage Scrapbooking! 

2 Comments:

Blogger Family Curator said...

Thank you, fM. Free is Always Good.

July 11, 2013 at 12:06 PM  
Blogger my Heritage Happens said...

How nice, thank you very much! ;-)

July 11, 2013 at 1:41 PM  

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