Western Couple with Car INSTANT DOWNLOAD

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This is a high resolution (300 dpi) digital download image of an collage showing a couple wearing Western style clothing standing in front of their mid-century car. The image is available to you as an instant download in .jpg format that you can save to your computer and print unlimited times.

This printable image is 4 inches x 5 inches. The watermark and the border on the listing preview does not appear on the image you will receive. Note: The actual printed color may vary based on your monitor and printer settings.

Most 300 dpi images can be enlarged up to 200% without getting fuzzy. If you do so, we highly recommend test printing the image in black and white first, to make sure the image is clear.

Perfect for crafts, or suitable for framing! This image can be printed on inkjet fabrics, transfers and paper for infinite crafting possibilities - greeting cards, gift tags, digital scrapbooking, wearable art and more!

Amy Barickman, is founder and CCO (Chief Creative Officer) at Indygo Junction, a pattern and book publishing company founded in 1990 to showcase the work of leading fabric and needle arts designers. With her keen eye for design, Amy spotted the emerging vintage art movement and collected an impressive archive of vintage ephemera. So, on the heels of Indygo Junction's success, Amy founded The Vintage Workshop to create products that allow crafters online access to timeless vintage artwork, as well as original collage, and printables .

Her love of sewing and passion for vintage led Amy to discover The Women's Institute and it's founder Mary Brooks Picken. Inspired by the work of Mrs. Picken, Amy published Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion & Fun, which share vintage projects, inspiring essays, 12 sewing patterns and holiday gift and decorating ideas.

Keep up with Amy on her blog, AmyBarickman.com/blog where she chronicles her research into the world of vintage design, everyday inspiration and her life as a designer. She also shares vintage inspired projects and free vintage images.