CENSORED - CU - fun photoshopped 1920s vintage image

Here's a fun one for you: Censored, which is a 1920s vintage image and a little Photoshop re the lettering.


This was originally on my dieting blog (now given up...) but might be fun for men's cards etc.

As always, right-click to copy, Save Image As to download to your own computer.

CU allowed for this one, and attribution would be nice. I'd also love to see any artwork you produce if you use this image.

HAPPINESS - free printable

Here's a free printable I created for you!


Right click to copy and download, then print on standard A4 size paper. Sized at 8in x 10in, this quote will print perfectly on your home printer. A matt photo paper would be lovely, or even plain white card.

Enjoy!

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

All pix source New York Daily News

I found these fabulous pix online, and couldn't resist...





All images copyright New York Daily News
 

1930s AVIATION MAP


1930s Ordnance Survey avaition map - as used by pilots.

 As you can see, this chap put his name and address inside...

 

Linen-backed paper, so it doesn't tear.

LLOYDS LAWYER: Legal Advice For All, published 1912

Front cover

Back cover
Inner front cover
 


Advice re chimney sweeps
Invaluable advice re contracts for service between masters and servants!


From an Edwardian book on legal advice, published in 1912, just before WW1, when the world changed FOREVER.

CHANEL


From a 1960s book on style and manners

THE BEANO covers, 1990







The Beano - Copyright DC Thomson & Co

Much loved by kids everywhere, Dennis and Gnasher now have their own cartoon series on the telly!

HAROLD WILSON RETIREMENT ISSUE, SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE 1976



Front cover and pix from The Sunday Times Magazine, 23 May 1976, showing Harold Wilson and family on his resignation as Prime Minister (Labour Party).

REAL POLICE STORIES magazine 1955


 
 

Fabulous hard boiled magazine, the type all the 'Film Noir' genre films were based on ... Humphrey Bogart, Edward G Robinson, James Cagney et al ...

HOUSEHOLD HINTS













These little magazines are dated 1940s and 1950s - and most of the hints are still applicable today. I love these old magazines as they give a real window into what life was like at the time.

As always, click for full size, then right-click and save to your own computer. Have fun!
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