Vintage Transfer Patterns, Yellow Tulips Blue Forget-Me-Not, 1940s 1950s Vogart Textilprints, Vintage Notions Craft Scrapbook Ephemera

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These vintage transfer patterns, from the late 1940s to 1950s, feature a yellow tulip and blue forget-me-nots.

I believe they have been used to transfer on to fabric, so cannot be used for this purpose anymore (if I am wrong--bonus!). They are lovely ephemera now. The floral design is fresh and Springlike, and would be lovely in scrapbooks and other projects such as framed art.

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