Public Domain Image DVD - Elizabeth Gordon's Flower Children Series

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Elizabeth Gordon books

This Public Domain Image Library DVD features more than 400 beautiful illustrations in jpeg format by both M.T. Ross and Janet L. Scott from Elizabeth Gordon's 'children' series of books.  The illustrations are out of copyright and free to use in whatever way you'd like, even COMMERCIAL USE is fine! 

Butterfly Babies

These images are great quality, and you can take them and make them into any product you like and make some seriously lovely money for yourself!

Bird Children

Use the pictures on this DVD to make prints to frame, postcards, posters, greetings cards, decoupage and pyramage for card-making, background papers for card-making and scrapbooking, collage, altered art, calendars, mugs, mouse-mats, t-shirts, fridge-magnets and so much more!  Use them in a book, on your website, blog or promotional post on Facebook.

In fact, if you only ever managed to make 3 products or so that you sell for £3.50 (under $6) each, you've paid for this DVD! 

Flower Children

The illustrations on this disc are taken from the following Elizabeth Gordon books:-
Flower Children 1910 ill. M.T.Ross
Wild Flower Children c.1918 ill. Janet L. Scott
Butterfly Babies 1914 ill. M.T. Ross
Mother Earth's Children 1914 ill. M.T. Ross
Bird Children 1912 ill M.T. Ross
All pictures are named in the following format, eg. Ross, M.T. (1881-1937) - Flower Children 1910 - Geranium, ie. Artist/dates - Publication from which its taken & date - Name of picture/description. 

The images range from 1004 pixels wide/tall to 3711px wide/tall.  See the additional free pictures at the top of the page to get an idea of the picture quality. Right-click on the lovely Compton Tortoise and Wild Roseimages to save them. There are also more free pictures on our blog. 
Elizabeth Gordon wrote many children's books but it seems that the Golden Age of illustration stirred the imaginations of some notable authors and artists who produced many anthropomorphised characters.  Louis Wain's cats are probably the most famous example of these, as well as Cicely Mary Barker's Flower Fairies.  
You've got to hand it to Elizabeth Gordon and the two illustrators involved though - who would have thought of turning fruit and vegetables into people! 
Mother Earth's Children

Feel free to sell the products you make on Ebay, Etsy, Facebook, your own website, at craft fairs, school fairs, church fairs, in shops - anywhere that there are buyers. Sell for charity, sell for yourself, use the items for educational purposes - let your imagination run wild!

Wild Flower Children

And with FREE postage and packing in the UK (only £1.99 anywhere else in the world), just think of the possibilities!

Flower Children

Suitable for PC/MAC.

Please note:- the software box shown above is for illustrative purposes only - the DVD is printed, supplied in a plastic wallet and sent in a sturdy cardboard disc mailer. 

This compilation © Public Domain Image Library/Printable Heaven 2016.  You can use the images on this disc to make into other products for sale including, but not limited to, all the uses outlined above.  You may not reproduce this DVD as a whole or in part to be sold as raw images on another disc or website or in any way that might be considered competition to ourselves.


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