Seven Happy Days 1914

I have fallen hard and fast in love with The Studio, a British magazine which presented art from the whole world on a monthly basis, from 1893 to 1964. The following pages are from 1914, and were a special supplement, drawn by Jessie M. King. I adore the lightness of these drawings, and think they… Continue reading Seven Happy Days 1914

DIY · Ephemera

DIY: Victorian Clocks for New Year’s Eve

Maybe you are throwing a party on New Year's Eve this year? And happen to be looking for a Victorian take in pastel pink and baby blue? Search no longer, I have the answer for you right here, 1890's Victorian Clock die cuts resized to fit on regular ol´ CD's: Use my printable Victorian Clocks… Continue reading DIY: Victorian Clocks for New Year’s Eve

DIY · Postcards

DIY Vintage Children Christmas Ornaments

There is still time to create a few vintage ornaments and slip them fresh off your craft table onto your Christmas tree: When I found these Christmas Greeting Cards, I fell completely in love! They were not on my To-Do list for this years celebration, but I simply had to make the time! My ornaments… Continue reading DIY Vintage Children Christmas Ornaments

Norwegian · Postcards

1er Avril 1908 – Gorgeous French Cherubs With Fish

Ah, April 1st, SPRING is finally within reach 😀 In Norway we still practice the traditions of fooling friends and family on this day. I did not manage to come up with any pranks this year, but the idea always makes me giggle.  Of course there are cherubs also for this particular day 🙂 The… Continue reading 1er Avril 1908 – Gorgeous French Cherubs With Fish