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The Nativity Scene Double Border Print ~ Ebony fabric by peacoquettedesigns on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Sarah Walden

Fascinated by all things historical - but with a modern twist. What can I design for you? All designs are original, taken from public domain, Creative Commons or legally licensed.

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Baby Jesus, the adoration of the Magi, the shepherds, the animals, the loving parents, all the saints and angels are gathered here for this most Holy Night. A real medieval tableau is made into a seamless border repeat. Other background colors, saturation

Baby Jesus, the adoration of the Magi, the shepherds, the animals, the loving parents, all the saints and angels are gathered here for this most Holy Night. A real medieval tableau is made into a seamless border repeat. Other background colors, saturations, scales and orientations available upon request~ Blue and white, green & white, red & white already available. Based on an image provided, with permission, by Dover Publications.

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peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: Thank you! I am very, very careful in having permission. I even wrote to Dover to make sure I was using their items correctly. If it is Creative Commons or Public Domain, I take a screen shot for my records. I love taking these fragments and creating new pieces or reinterpreting old works. I love what I do! The attribution, the sweat equity and the reworking certainly negate the insulting term of "stealing."

Posted about 4 years ago.

whimzwh...

whimzwhirled says: I love reusing vintage stuff. I have run into some here who think it is stealing even if it is with permissions. I think of it as resurrection and repurposing. Giving these works a new life in a new time. A way of preserving history and passing it on. I have been collecting dover books since the late 70's and use stuff from them often.

Posted about 4 years ago.