Download and print your free printable vintage fruit tree illustrations and cards!
As I was walking to my car yesterday morning, I passed by our Asian Pear Tree and couldn’t help but notice our fruit tree had begun to bloom! Yes, Spring has finally arrived in Ohio! To celebrate the arrival of Spring, I put together a collection of printable vintage illustrations and cards just for you!
My husband and I took a little mini-vacation last week to visit our daughter-in-law and granddaughters in Georgia. We also took a couple of days to venture a little further South to Cedar Key, Florida. We had a great road trip. The weather was even pretty warm and sunny until we began our return trip back home to Ohio.
The signs of Spring were evident everywhere we looked! Flowers were popping up out of the ground, trees were budding and fresh strawberries were in season in Florida.
Of course, there were Magnolia trees everywhere I looked in Georgia and Florida. I absolutely love Magnolia trees. Always have. In fact, many, many years ago I made a faux Magnolia wreath out of pipe cleaners, balloons, wire and peach pits. I thought it turned out beautifully! I had a friend who liked the magnolia wreath so much, that we made balloon magnolia bouquets for her daughter’s wedding.
I should probably try to re-create that wreath and provide a tutorial for you. I searched online so I could at least show you an example, but I just couldn’t find anything quite like what I made.
Anyway, when we returned home from our Spring break road trip, I discovered that our flowers at home had begun to emerge from the ground as well. I could see the daffodil and tulip leaves poking out of the ground. In fact, my neighbors crocus plants are already in bloom.
We’ve been crazy busy since returning home from Spring break. You know how it is when you travel or take a vacation and then you return home and have loads of laundry to do? Yep, that’s me!
In case you thought I had forgotten about you, I have not. We’ve just been a little busy traveling, playing with the grandbabies and trying to get back into the swing of things at home.
I was really excited when I walked out to my car this morning and found the Asian Pear tree had little white blooms all over. So excited, that I couldn’t wait to tell you about it and share my latest collection of printable vintage illustrations and cards that I created just for you.
Celebrate Spring with Printable Vintage Fruit Tree Illustrations and Cards
Because I was so excited about our Asian Pear tree blooming, I thought I’d share a collection of printable vintage fruit tree illustrations that I had put together for you. Then, I decided to not only share the printable illustrations with you, but I thought I’d share some printable vintage fruit tree illustration cards with you as well.
Download Vintage Fruit Tree Illustrations
To download one or all of the vintage fruit tree illustrations, simply click on the image of the illustration below that you’d like to download. The image will load in your browser and you can select to download and save or print directly from your browser.
You can also read all about my recommendations on other sources for vintage illustrations in this post. As I’ve mentioned before these images are available for FREE as part of the New York Public Library’s public domain digital image collection. What this means, is that you can re-use these images without worry of copyright infringement. Pretty cool, right?!
Download Vintage Fruit Tree Cards
To download one or all of the vintage fruit tree cards, simply click on the image of the card below that you’d like to download. The image will load in your browser and you can select to download and save or print directly from your browser.
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The vintage fruit tree cards were created to be printed on 8-1/2 x 11 inch paper. Once you print the cards, simply cut along the solid line. The cards are standard A2 size cards. You can purchase A2 envelopes at your local stationery store, paper supply store, crafting store like JoAnn Fabrics, Michaels or Hobby Lobby. You can even purchase them online on Amazon.
For your convenience, I’ve put together a list of supplies that you might need for this project.
- Cardstock paper
- Color printer (or you can use a print service like Staples, Office Depot, The UPS Store, etc.)
- Paper Trimmer
- A2 Envelopes
- White Frames
- Black Frames
I hope that your Spring has gotten off to a good start. As I sit here writing to you, the birds are singing and there’s a beautiful sunrise and I have two adorable German Shepherds lying by my feet. Life is good! Hope your Spring is full of warm weather and sunshiny days! And I hope these vintage fruit tree illustrations and cards put a little smile on your face.
Til next time…