Monday, November 6, 2017

Women's Shoes of 1900

This is a re-post of a prior offering at this blog, the links for which are no longer available. 
Aren't these fun to look at? Each one says something about women's shoes of the very late Victorian era as it was in the year 1900. I had to choose from dozens to make this Collage Set for you. I also improved and tidied up the looks of each shoe with background. This is actually an older post that I could not find a proper link for owing to technical difficulties. I found the image in my files, and have added it to storage for you via my Download link below.

Please see the red Guidelines at the foot of this post. Thank you.


PPS™Collage Set: Late Victorian Shoes

Download  HERE

Display version
(lower quality than the download)




You are free to:
Use these in your personal art, whether in artwork that is to be sold or for your personal use.
You are not free to:
 Repackage this set, either in whole or in part, 
for sale in any way.
Thank you 
for helping me to
keep free things free!

8 comments:

laurie said...

they are lovely, so feminine compared to what we wear today aren't they,, thanks for sharing this today!

Plush Possum Studio said...

Hi Laurie Thanks for stopping by. So glad you like these too
:)

Dorthe said...

Thank you so much for your lovely wishes on my blog , and for all the beauty you gift us visitors, I always enjoy visiting, you,
Merry Christmas, and all the best for your 2018 .

Plush Possum Studio said...

Thanks so much, Dorthe. I really appreciate your support of my blog this year. Although I haven't been able to add to this blog lately owing to eyesight problems, I do plan to eventually extend this collection on into the future. May we continue to support one another's blogs for many years to come!
Happy Holidays and a lovely New year for you
xoxo

chywitch said...

These shoes Re just beautiful! -Kimarie

Plush Possum Studio said...

Hi Kimarie! Thank you for stopping by! What a nice surprise. :)
So glad you like my shoe set. The shoes were too cute to ignore. They needed to be edited for their own set!
;)

APG Jamie said...

nice - thank you
xo

Plush Possum Studio said...

You're welcome, APG Jamie. It was nice meeting you today.
:)

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