Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Checking in!

How can it be almost March already?  Does the past year seem like a big blur to anyone else? 

I'm looking forward to a bit of "normalcy" again, hopefully sooner than later.

I've been putting together some larger slide lots for eBay. I'm still offering single photos but the fees on some of the lower-priced items add up.  eBay has made a lot of positive changes since the start of the pandemic but the fees are still pretty high.  Please email me your slide requests if you would like a custom lot off eBay. 

My mom has been making junk journal embellishments and scrapbooking stuff again do watch eBay for her cool stuff.

I've created a YouTube channel for this blog and its also where I will be posting my 8mm films. Not much content yet but there are a few old family movies. Check it out and don't forget to subscribe

I've also started working on a separate site for my Epicure business It's not live yet but please contact me if you would like to learn more about our products and our spices. You can follow my Instagram @suzysspices  

and lastly......I have finally got a hold of the clay I use for my miniatures. It has been so hard to find proper clay at a good price in the past year. I'm looking forward to doing some creating and some how-to videos. Yep, I'm going to give away some of my miniature secrets.


Enjoy the last weeks of Winter!! 

Suzy








Friday, January 15, 2021

Free Junk Journal and Scrapbook Printables


Free Scrapbook and Junk Journal Printables

*Updated Jan 16/2021


Enjoy these free scanned images from my paper stash. I have digitally altered some of the images but most of them are original scans


Click on photo to view in a gallery. Right Click to save the photo




This one was originally made with watercolour paper, rubber stamps and inks.



 
This cool woodcut of a bagpiper and his dog is from a magazine published in 1898











From a vintage Sears catalogue





 

This is just a vintage book page with a rubber stamp. This technique looks great in a frame all on its own. I always look for vintage novels with thicker soft pages as they hold the ink nicely,



                                                               





















































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