Want to see what's been shared on the site lately? Here's the most recent junk journal inspiration!
Take a look at this gorgeous bride in her wedding dress! This illustration is from Harper's Bazar magazine, dated September 6 1873. The lace trim and bows
I was going through my past projects and came across some postcards I made in 2014. They were so easy and fun to make! For the postcards, I started by
Vintage architectural illustrations are also a favorite in my collection. Here's one from the Byzantine era - known for its circular structures, domed
Here's a sweet photograph of a little girl named Rae Virginia Morrison. The handwritten note on the back says that she was 15 months old in April 1892.
Here's a beautiful postcard to mark the beginning of a new year. I love the row of birch trees casting shadows in the snow. This one is postmarked December
I absolutely love vintage botany illustrations. They are so exquisitely detailed! This is the cynara scolymus plant, or artichoke from the mid 1800's.
A charming Christmas postcard postmarked December 24, 1915 to what looks like 'Mrs. Walter Rose' from Blanche. Download here.
I just wanted to share how I organize my collage art ephemera before I start a project. When I'm creating, I don't like clutter around me. Of course some
Hi every one I made a short video of how I make 4 pockets out of a 8inch x 4inch Glassine Bag
I love embellishing my vintage junk journals with metals of all kinds - charms, pins, paperclips, etc. But finding them in the antiqued/bronze finish that