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Free printable - The Sum Of All Crafts: Pull Out The Sewing Basket

Pull Out The Sewing Basket

To download click on the picture to get a full size image. Right click and "save to" your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. Here are a bunch of vintage sewing supply labels with an extra bonus of a needle case thrown in. You can print off the needle case and fold it up like the original one.

Vintage Kewpie Print by chicks57, via Flickr

Vintage Kewpie Print

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Brilliant artist!  In all probability, Charles H. did the postcards & Charles R. did magazines and greeting cards. They were father and son

Charles R. Twelvetrees (1872-1948) - Find A Grave...

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CHARLES TWELVETREES Twelvetrees was an excellent artist. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Many artists created Valentine's Day designs for: * greeting cards * postcards * magazine covers * other ephemera None concentrated more on the 'Valentine's Day theme' than did the gifted talent, Charles...

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The Paper Collector: Gina by DeJournette, c. 1950

Gina by DeJournette, c. 1950

This is one of those "real hair" paper dolls. She measures 12.5 inches. Her clothes are front and back, but the doll is not (except for the back of her woolly head).

("Ленинградский художник", 1957 год, художник М.Мазрухо,.

("Ленинградский художник", 1957 год, художник М.Мазрухо,.

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1914 antique 3D postcard with Rose O'Neill's illustrated kewpies by the Klever Kard company from the Bonniebrook research library.

The Official Site of Rose O'Neill and Bonniebrook

1914 antique 3D postcard with Rose O'Neill's illustrated kewpies by the Klever Kard company from the Bonniebrook research library.

The Paper Collector: Gina by DeJournette, c. 1950

Gina by DeJournette, c. 1950

This is one of those "real hair" paper dolls. She measures 12.5 inches. Her clothes are front and back, but the doll is not (except for the back of her woolly head).

The Prolific Illustrator Behind Kewpies Used Her Cartoons for Women’s Rights | History | Smithsonian

The Prolific Illustrator Behind Kewpies Used Her Cartoons for Women’s Rights

Rose O’Neill started a fad and became a leader of a movement