DIY · Ephemera

Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1903 Storrs & Harrison Frame

Did you ever take a moment to r-e-a-l-l-y notice the wonderful artwork of old seed catalogs? I can sit for hours and admire the vibrant colors, the lush fruits, vegetables and flowers depicted, and dream about one day starting a garden of my own! 

But until then, I simply had to use some of the abundant beauty for a twist on vintage album mats:

Wings of Whimsy: Storrs & Harrison Seed Catalog Frame #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #frame #seed #garden #catalog

And here is a low resolution preview of the pretty frame:

Wings of Whimsy: Storrs & Harrison Seed Catalog Frame PNG (transparent background) #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #frame #seed #garden #catalog

And finally a preview of the original Storrs & Harrison garden catalog page I used to create this frame:

Wings of Whimsy: 1903 Storrs Harrison Spring Catalog #vintage #ephemera #freebie #printable #frame #seed #garden #catalog

Find your high quality copies in the download folder, free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂

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Would you like to have this frame with YOUR personal image and text, and don’t know how to add it digitally? I’ll be adding that option to my ETSY shop shortly, so please visit:

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I used elements from the following sources for these designs: 

Victorian Norwegian Fiddler – Wings of Whimsy

Spring 1903 Storrs & Harrison Co Seed Catalog – Biodiversity Heritage Library

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3 thoughts on “Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1903 Storrs & Harrison Frame

    1. Thank you Kimberly! I am very happy to hear both that you enjoy this post and my website. Stay tuned, there will be more of these frames coming. (I have a “habit” of diving into an idea and creating multiple…lol) xoxoxo

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