Saturday, February 2, 2013

French Cookie Bag

Good Morning!

Just a quick post today to share a graphic from this cute vintage French cookie bag that I found this week in the booth of one of my vendor friends at the Parkville Antique Mall.  
I love the framed "Biscuits Fins" on the bag and think it would be cute printed on tags, bags or transferred to just about anything using any number of transfer methods.  
(Karen @ The Graphics Fairy did an excellent post on 12 Easy Image Transfer Methods.  You can find that post here.  Thank you Karen for compiling all of the information).
I hope you enjoy the graphic.  Let me know if you find a way to use it.

Have a great Saturday.

Jane

21 comments:

  1. Jane it is such a great graphic! I'm going to have to read the ways to us it over at Graphics Fairy!
    hugs, Linda

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  2. It's so good to see that you are creating again!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Did you decided on a paint color??
    Warmly,
    deb

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  3. Beautiful graphic. Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

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  4. I LOVE that girl ... and she's so generous


    always nice seeing your name pop up

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  5. great graphic and it look perfect on your bag. Karen is so kind to share those.

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  6. OH I love that graphic...I'll definitely find somewhere to use it! I played with a transfer on my post right now!

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  7. Love this one, it's perfect on the cookie bag!

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  8. So fun! I'd love to reprint it on brown paper lunch bags!

    Jeanine

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  9. Thanks! I would have scooped that one up , too!

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  10. Thanks for sharing Jane. I am definitely saving this graphic!:)

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  11. This is lovely . . . thank so much for sharing:)
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  12. Not only is it a great graphic, that phrase would be a great name for a booth or blog or something.

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  13. Love it Jane ... thanks for sharing. My thoughts are running wild now to see what I can use it on.
    So nice of Karen for posting the different methods to transfer. I'll have to go over and check them out.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

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  14. Neat-0. The possibilities for this application are endless. I absolutely love your blog. Thanks.

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  15. Totally adorable...I love it! Thank you so much for sharing; I LOVE everything you post!

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  16. I love finding old graphics, thank you for sharing!!

    Carol

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  17. I love this graphic and the fact that it's French makes me very happy! So glad you found it and especially that you shared it will all of us. Thanks!

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  18. It's sweet, Jane. Thanks for sharing it with your blogging friends. Hope you are having a nice weekend.......Sarah

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  19. Just lovely...thank you so much for sharing!

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  20. I would love that frosted on my kitchen window

    I did a fleur de lis on my studio window, I bet your biscuit fin would work also

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  21. Hi Jane, I could picture this etched onto an oval mirror! I have a separate question for you... I looked at your Labels to find something for a business card holder. Have you ever created one of those out of your wildly-creative imagination?

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Thanks for stopping by. I really enjoy reading all of your comments!