Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Happy Customer Posts Lovely Ladies

These pretty images were made by an Etsy customer who is very kind to share her works. They feature some of the Regency-era fashion plate ladies available at my shop. My happy customer was pleased that the convenient PNG format made it easy to combine the figures with the sweet backgrounds she prepared for them.

Stop by Etsy and visit Valentine Grimm to see all the Regency girls available. (And many thanks again to Happy Customer!)

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Debbie Reynolds 1956

In this fanzine photo, 24-year-old Debbie Reynolds models a perky sunbathing ensemble while displaying the universal hand gesture for yoni.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Epiphany

Epiphany, right? When you're struck by a sudden realization, an insightful revelation, and you see things in a whole new light.

Also, primarily, the holy day that celebrates the coming of the Magi.

Epiphany was yesterday but I only just remembered today, so I rushed to post this beautiful illustration.

It's more of an oversight on my part than an epiphany, but humor me. It's cold outside and my brain's all sludgy.

Freemasonry Designs by Brandon Notch

The handsome designs below are the original works of Brandon Notch, who has graciously made them available for free personal and commercial use with no copyright restrictions.

Please credit the artist whenever possible with the following line:

Designed by 32nd° Scottish Rite Freemason Brandon Notch.

Enjoy!

(Note: If you need a larger version of a design, please contact me at valentinegrimmshop at gmail dot com)

Thursday, April 7, 2016

New Shop Look, New Shop Stuff

My Etsy shop offers wonderful printable art to help you make incredible crafts. Come see what's new.


Click below!

Work in Progress: Kaleidoscope Flowers

One of the most popular image collections I offer is a selection of one-of-a-kind kaleidoscope designs made with vintage floral paintings and prints.

Recently I've been making new designs featuring single images, like the one posted here that's based on a botanical illustration of a fern. I call them Living Kaleidoscopes and I'll be listing a sheet of them at some vague-ish date later this year.

I love them, and hope you do too.


All images are high resolution and free for your use. Please, don't add them to digital collections for resale because it's an election year so I'm already cranky enough.  To visit my shop, click below!