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Digital Download "Crisco's Christmas Cookie Ad" (c.1952) - Instant Download Printable - ThirdShift Vintage
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Digital Download "Crisco's Christmas Cookie Ad" (c.1952) - Instant Download Printable - ThirdShift Vintage Digital Download "Crisco's Christmas Cookie Ad" (c.1952) - Instant Download Printable - ThirdShift Vintage

Digital Download "Crisco's Christmas Cookie Ad" (c.1952) - Instant Download Printable

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DESCRIPTION

New! Crisco's short cut to the merriest Christmas Cookies ever!

This digital magazine ad is from the December 1, 1952 issue of Woman's Home Companion magazine:

"New, creamier Crisco makes the richest, tastiest cookies... Crisco's homemade mix makes them double-quick!"

This high resolution digital file magazine ad is perfect for printing on paper, creating gift tags, artist trading cards, banners and garlands, greeting cards, pillows, notebooks....we know you are creative and will find lots of uses!

This file can be printed as many times as you like. Make the image smaller for cards, pendants, stickers, and tags.

TO DOWNLOAD
Click the Add to Cart button to add this item to your shopping cart. Provide your email information, and submit your order. The download file will be available for immediate download. A link to the file will also be sent to your email address.

LISTING INCLUDES
- 1 Instant Digital Download File "Crisco's Christmas Cookie Ad"
NOTE: This is a free digital image of an actual vintage magazine ad. It is NOT the actual printed copy - no product will be shipped to you.

FILE DETAILS
- File Type: Printable Digital File in JPEG format
- File Resolution: 1-to-1 image scan at 300dpi high-resolution, 276kb file size
- Image Size: image is 985 pixels x 1263 pixels and can be resized

TERMS OF USE
The image in this download may be used for personal and small-quantity commercial production, but may NOT be sold or redistributed in part or in whole in digital form and may not be claimed as your own file.

WHY WE LOVE IT

We love illustrations from the 1950s! Back when illustrations were drawn by hand, not using a computer program.

We also enjoy reading the copy in vintage ads - the wording is usually very appropriate for the era, and not the kind of wording you would see in magazine ads of today.


CREATIVE USES

There are many ways you can use digital scans of vintage ads – both in your home decor and for your art projects.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Unique Gift Wrap - Download an image and have it printed on large format paper (i.e. 11″x17″) and use the paper as unique gift wrap. You can also print the image on your home printer and use the paper for small gifts.
  • Scrapbook Paper - Incorporate the digital image into your artwork, journals, or scrapbooks.
  • Gift Cards or Tags - Resize, scale, or crop the images and use them for gift tags, greeting cards, stickers, or placecards. 
  • Home Decor - Print a color copy of the ad, frame it and hang it in your home or office.
  • Iron-On Transfers - Print the ad on iron-on transfer paper and create t-shirts, tote bags, napkins, and other craft ideas with fabric.


We're sure you'll find lots of uses!

What are your creative ideas for using this item? Click one of the social media sharing buttons on this page to share this product, include your creative ideas, and tag us at @thirdshift3 (or hashtag #thirdshiftvintage) so we can read and share your ideas.


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