How do I get the free images?
You can grab the images right off the page. Different devices will use different techniques. Most of the time you just right click on the image and then use “Copy” or “Save As” to save the image to your computer.
What format are the free images?
The free images are 72 ppi jpegs.
Where can I find the high resolution images?
Not all the images on the site are available in a higher resolution. The ones that are will have an Add to Cart or Buy Now button near them.
What format are the purchased images?
The purchased images are all provided as zipped TIF files. Black and white images are 600 dpi. Color images are 300 dpi.
Do you add images on a regular basis?
Yes. We add images as we find them and as time permits.
Do you offer refunds?
No. Once your purchase is made, we cannot offer a refund. The reason for this policy is because once an item is downloaded, it cannot be returned. Of course, if you have a problem downloading an image, contact me, and I will do everything we can to remedy the situation.
Can I put the images on items to sell?
Yes. You can create greeting cards, t-shirts, mugs, stationery, business cards, logos . . . almost anything you want for personal use or to sell. Please read our Terms of Use for more details. 
Are there any restrictions on my use of the images?
Yes. While I try not to restrict the use of the images from the site, I kindly request that you do not redistribute the images AS IS within products that are mass distributed in any type of archive format, such as CDs, collage sheets, rubber stamps, or on other websites whose sole purpose is to sell or give away clipart, drawings, illustrations, or images. Please see additional information at our Terms of Use page.
Where do you get your images?
The images are from old books, postcards, and magazines.
Is it okay to color black and white images?
Yes. All the black and white images are in grayscale mode. You will have to change them to RGB mode before you can add color to them on the computer. You could also print them out and hand color them. 
Can I use an image to illustrate my blog or website?
Of course you can. A link back to http://karenswhimsy.com/public-domain-images/ is always appreciated!
Can I use the images to illustrate an e-book or newsletter?
I hope you will! I’m always grateful for a link back to http://karenswhimsy.com/public-domain-images/!

 

Any other questions? Feel free to contact us.