Do you dream of visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris? Why not bring the beautiful Iron Lady to you? All you need are these vintage paper cut outs, which you will download and print to paper or cardstock, some scissors and some glue, perhaps a little patience, and voila!
The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 for the World Exhibition in Paris, and these Epinal ‘constructions’ appeared not long after. Epinal images were popular in France from the mid 19th century, using wood cuts and bright colours. They originated in the city of Epinal, hence the name.
To create your Eiffel Tower, there are 4 pages of cut outs. Your download is a zip file which includes all 4 pages as JPG images, scanned at 300 dpi.
The completed model includes the main facade of the Palais d’Exhibition, which is now the Grand Palais in Paris.
The watermarks are obviously removed on your purchased and downloaded images.
Your download will be available to you immediately after purchase, as a zip file containing one JPG image. I recommend using card stock for printing so that your finished construction will be more stable.
Please note that I have done no editing to the images. You can modify them as you see fit for your own projects.
This is a digital download, and you will receive your files after payment is cleared. No physical item will be shipped.
Paper ephemera for scrapbooking, junk journals and craft projects. Download & print.
These files can be printed at home or with a printer/photo printer.
No returns for digital products.
If you have a problem with your order please let me know right away, and I will try my best to help you.
You are not allowed to re-sell these images as-is or as your own work either in print or digital form.
All images in the shop are reproduced from originals, whether they be letters, papers, manuscripts, books, magazines, encyclopedias or atlases, through careful scanning. There is very little to no retouching made to the images after scanning, so as to retain the lovely, vintage look. Any spots or marks are a condition of the original works.