Archive for March 2018

Presenting a Not Very Vintage coloring page with big Easter eggs and a little bunny, an original design by Curator Prime (AKA Heidi Berthiaume) featuring the art of Shark&Croc Co. and Irina Trigubova. Should you enjoy coloring this, there are five more such illustrations available in the Big Eggs, Little Bunnies PDF available for purchase and immediate download in the VC Bazaar.

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Happy Easter - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Big Eggs, Little Bunnies Not Very Vintage Coloring Book Cover

Big Eggs, Little Bunnies: A Not Very Vintage Coloring PDF is a Digital Exclusive containing five full page illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page. View all pages in the VC Bazaar.


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Big Eggs, Little Bunnies: A Not Very Vintage Coloring Book PDF

Curator Prime’s first Not Very Vintage Coloring Book premieres this week with an Easter theme of decorated Easter eggs and small rabbits.

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Presenting an excerpt from The Pavilion on the Links (1913) by Robert Louis Stevenson which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, an illustration by Gordon Browne.

“Next day she came out about the same hour alone, and, as soon as the sand-hills concealed her from the pavilion, drew nearer to the edge, and called me by name in guarded tones.”

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Calling His Name - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Presenting an excerpt from the introduction by Thomas Oldham from Antient Irish Pavement Tiles (1842) which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“In the second or Encaustic variety, the surface is quite smooth and flat, the pattern being produced by a differently coloured substance inlaid. The prevailing colours in the Irish examples are bright red and yellow, or purplish black and light pearl grey; but they occasionally occur of the same blackish colour, and deep red. The specimens represented form nearly a complete series of those now existing in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.”

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Irish Tile Pattern - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Presenting an excerpt from Bob and Bill See Canada (1919) by Alfred E. Uren which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, an illustration by W. Goode.

“Two intelligent and exceptionally human rabbits, named Bob and Bill, growing tired of the monotonous life they were living among their native haunts in a Nova Scotia forest, decide to tour Canada from Coast to Coast. Bob, who is white, is of a thoughtful turn of mind, while Bill, his black companion, sees the humorous side of life.”

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Pinstripe Suited Bunnies - a free Vintage Coloring page

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The Rabbits of W. Goode PDF is a Digital Exclusive containing ten full page illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.  View all pages in the VC Bazaar.


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Magnetic Poppet Paper Doll

I have loved Lisa Snellings’ Poppets for many years, and am happy to provide a home for several of them, as well as a Cosmic Bibbit and a Stowaway.

On her Patreon project, Lisa has a supporter level that includes colorable Poppet paper dolls. So far, there is the base Poppet, a set of pajamas with hat and a Cup of Nope, a Crow Mask outfit and a Fancy Coat. While I adore coloring them, I’m not into paper dolls, and I wanted to create a life beyond just being a coloring page.

Thus the Magnetic Poppet Paper Doll was envisioned, concepted, and created thusly …

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Presenting a section of the second plate drawn by Henry Abbot entitled A panoramic outline of the modern city (1820) of Rome, Italy.

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Panoramic City Ouline - a free Vintage Coloring page

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