Public Domain Image DVD - Mary Vaux Walcott's American Wild Flowers

If you want to make more money and love beautiful flower pictures, stop here!  

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

This Public Domain Image Library DVD features all 400 lovely images from Mary Vaux Walcott's North American Wild Flowers (1925) in jpeg format that are out of copyright and free to use in whatever way you'd like, even COMMERCIAL USE is fine! 

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

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! 

Mary Vaux Walcott's American Wild Flowers

Use the pictures to make greetings cards, postcards, posters, 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 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! 

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

All pictures are named in the following format, e.g. Walcott, Mary Vaux (1860-1940) - North American Wild Flowers 1925 - Clematis.

The images all range from 3054 pixels wide/tall to a fabulous 6779px wide/tall.

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

Mary Vaux Walcott was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to a wealthy Quaker family. After graduating from the Friends Select School in Philadelphia in 1879, she took an interest in watercolor painting. When she was not working on the family farm, she began painting illustrations of wildflowers that she saw on family trips to the Rocky Mountains of Canada. 

At the age of nineteen her mother died and she took the responsibility of looking after her two younger brothers and her father. After 1887, she and her brothers when back to western Canada almost every summer. During this time she became an active mountain climber, outdoors woman, and photographer. One summer a botanist ask her to paint a rare blooming arnica and she was successful with this, which encouraged her to concentrate on botanical illustration. She spent many years exploring the rugged terrain of the Canadian Rockies to find important flowering species to paint.

In 1925, the Smithsonian published some 400 of her illustrations, accompanied by brief descriptions, in a five-volume work entitled North American Wild Flowers - all of the illustrations from those volumes are included on this DVD.

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

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

Mary Vaux Walcott's Wild Flowers

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 2015-16.  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.  

£9.99

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Public Domain Image DVD - Mary Vaux Walcott's American Wild Flowers

Public Domain Image DVD - Mary Vaux Walcott's American Wild Flowers

This Public Domain Image Library DVD features all 400 lovely images from Mary Vaux Walcott's North American Wild Flowers (1925) in jpeg format that are out of copyright and free to use in whatever way you'd like, even COMMERCIAL USE is fine! 

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