This whimsical vintage card warns of what to do when you see a black cat on Halloween…I wonder what’s supposed to happen if you don’t follow this odd advice! What strange Halloween superstitions have you heard?
Here’s a fun and free printable that you can use as a notepad or recipe card! I love the vintage Halloween design with the clown and the jack-o-lantern. The kitty makes me think of Chloe, our beloved cat, who also enjoys lounging around on a shoulder! Here she is getting ready for Halloween What are […]
Enjoy this beautiful botanical! And if you love flowers, don’t miss my new book – Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers. It’s blooming with inspiring flower projects!! Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and â€œsave toâ€ your computer desktop or a folder of your […]
I love this vintage playing card. My grandmother – who happens to be named Mildred – is my artistic inspiration! This fun card reminds me of her love of flowers. My new book – Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers – was dedicated to Mildred as well. Click on over and check it. Be sure to click […]
Are you ready for some freebies? As you may already know, my love of vintage ephemera & imagery led me to start my business TheVintageWorkshop.com years ago. Vintage Workshop offers a vast library of scanned vintage ephemera, collaged images, real vintage photos, as well as sewing & fashion imagery – all available for purchase. Each […]
Easter is just around the corner, and Spring is in the air! In my collection of vintage home arts books and magazines, I’ve found an abundance of wonderful vintage kids crafts to share with you. This fun, “jolly Easter duck” project came from a children’s magazine called the Buddy Book, published in 1929. This project […]
Valentine’s is just a day away, but here’s a great project that you can do in no time! It’s perfect for sharing some sweets with your sweetie! This Valentine Truffle Box project was also recently featured on the blog by my good friend, Cindy Hopper, on her blog, Skip to My Lou. Cindy invited me […]
One of the items on my thankful list this year was living in the creative community of Kansas City. We have Hallmark cards headquarters downtown which recruits a wonderful creative talent pool to my city. My weekend included a trip to the show “Crafty Chicks”, an annual sale where “Hallmarkers” share and sell their handmade […]