One of the most fun things I can do with my vintage images is print them onto a special kind of fabric which is designed to be printed on using an inkjet printer.
I sell these finished fabric blocks as supplies in my Etsy store KatyDids Fabrics. And some of my customers are kind enough to share the items they make with them with me. Some even then sell the finished items on Etsy, which is really cool.
Here’s one lovely bag a customer made with one of my fabric blocks:
I’ve listed some really nice Halloween images in my Etsy stores lately, both for cards and fabric (and of course, prints, bookplates, magnets etc.)
This first image is a classic image from Gil Elvgren, a pinup girl dressed as a witch, riding a broom (on a photographer’s set it appears) across a big yellow moon. Love his racy, saucy girls, they’re just the best!
Two more Treasuries! It’s always such a pleasure to be included in a creative Treasury on Etsy, not the least of reasons is that it encourages me to seek outside my box, as it were, and discover things I might not find otherwise.
Another of my cat fabric blocks was featured in a Treasury on Etsy today, this one is a memorial to a kitty who has passed away, and awaits her owner at the Rainbow Bridge. for my little baby mally-sadly missed includes cat toys, prints, photographs, and other items for a cat or her person’s pleasure. My card was sourced from a vintage Victorian trade card: