This themed downloadable image collection contains 50 great-quality illustrations, all of which can be used for practically anything you want to, as many times as you like, without paying royalties or commissions to anyone!
All of the lovely images are out of copyright and in the public domain in the UK, US and all countries that follow the same copyright rules - this means that even COMMERCIAL USE is absolutely fine!
Create card-making and scrap-booking embellishments and backgrounds, prints for framing, postcards, bookmarks, notelets, tags, calendars, stationery, place-mats, t-shirts, mugs, key-rings, jigsaws, fridge magnets, mouse-mats and so much more.
Anything you make can be for your own use or for sale - use the images over and over again without restriction!
Teachers - use these lovely illustrations in a slideshow to show your class or print them out to make collage items for your children's projects.
Designers - why spend time creating images to make your products from when you can use ready-made images instead?
All that we ask is that you don't sell the collection, as a whole or in part, as raw digital images in a similar way to ourselves. Simple!
A snapshot of all 50 illustrations is shown in our large collage picture (when you download you will of course get 50 individual uncropped, beautiful images!).
All of the illustrations in this collection are by Ethel Franklin Betts (1878-1956), an American illustrator primarily of children's books during the golden age of American illustration in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Betts was the daughter of the physician Thomas Betts and Alice Whelan of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the sister of the illustrator Anna Whelan Betts.
Betts studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, with the noted illustrator Howard Pyle at Drexel Institute, now Drexel University, and then at the Howard Pyle School in nearby Wilmington, Delaware.
Images in this collection range from 1377 pixels wide/tall to 3244px wide/tall.