CollageKelly Kautz1 Comment

Free Victorian Die Cuts

CollageKelly Kautz1 Comment
Free Victorian Die Cuts

I love Victorian scrapbooks and old-fashioned die cuts.

I grew up in a family of antique dealers, and occasionally my dad would let me turn the brittle pages of a scrapbook kept by someone a hundred years ago.

I'm in my early thirties now, but I still have a deep love for Victorian die cuts and other vintage ephemera. Last weekend I was browsing a rummage sale at a local retirement home and hit the jackpot: a box of uncut Victorian scrapbook pictures from the 1920s. 

I don't know if I'll eventually sell the die-cuts on eBay or use them in my own collages and scrapbooks. It feels like sacrilege to cut up and glue down something so old, even though that is its intended purpose.

Download Free Victorian Die Cuts for Digital Scrapbooking & Collage

I scanned each sheet of Victorian die-cuts at 800 dpi. The resulting images average 6,000X8,000px and 8 MB in size.


The free download includes a Zip file of 17 total images:

  • Bird scenes
  • Birds on branches
  • Butterflies
  • Chickens
  • Children
  • Dancers
  • Dogs
  • Domestic animals
  • Easter scenes
  • Farm scenes
  • Flowers
  • Roses
  • Scottish bagpipers
  • Seashells
  • Storybook characters
  • Valentines
  • Wild animals

Ready? Click the image below. It's linked to a shared Dropbox .Zip file containing all 17 images (145 MB total.) You don't need a Dropbox account to save or open the file.

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