This post may contain affiliate links. I may receive a commission, at no cost to you, when you choose to use the links provided. See the Disclosure Policy for more information.
Happy Thursday! Today, I’m providing my latest vintage ephemera junk journaling printable. I have noticed a lot of traffic on these blog posts and I’d like to acknowledge and appreciate the support and referral traffic. Today, I am providing you a set using William Morris ( a famous British 19th century textile and wallpaper artist’s) wallpaper images combined with vintage ephemera. The color theme is filled with rich golds and black that suggest the upcoming fall season. And, of course, my regular readers know I like the contrast of black.
In any case, I hope this freebie inspires you in your crafting, art journaling, junk journaling and/or scrapbooking time with today’s vintage freebie.
I so enjoy designing these projects. I am always excited to develop new ideas for tags and now papers with a vintage ephemera look for either scrapbooking, art journaling, junk journaling and other paper crafting uses. I am trying to provide a few of these vintage printables more frequently. I mentioned previously about how many crafting/junk journaling Youtube videos I am watching for inspiration and ideas. It has inspired me to actually tea and coffee dye some of my own paper copy paper. The coffee dyed paper below is a scan of an actual coffee dyed paper that I created using a modified technique of actually immersing the paper in a tea bath; I also added a rose repeat pattern and it shows up within the coffee wash! I hope you like it!
These jpegs are created at the highest quality, so some of the files may be large at approximately 5 MB. If you are not into junk or art journaling, you can also resize some of these images and pop these into the pockets of A5 planners or Traveler’s Notebooks if you enjoy a vintage aesthetic, as I do.
Today’s freebie has a lot of source vintage ephemera images from ledger script, vintage botanical images I have scanned and other sources of vintage ephemera digital items, some sourced from books published in the 1800s. I also would like to mention that Creative Fabrica (a great graphic resource site and my go to site) is having an awesome sale throughout this month as we get ready for fall crafting, be sure to check out their daily freebies and giveaways. Also, I obtained these William Morris images from another great graphic website, Rawpixel which is loaded with a slew of public domain images and artwork.
Facts about the Vintage Ephemera Junk Journaling Freebie
As for the details about the freebie, there are 4 printables provided today. You can use these elements for journaling in your traveler’s notebook projects, smashbooks, junk journals or other types of memory keeping. This printable is for diy paper crafts but, of course, can be used in your journals.
This freebie has two journaling pages at 8.5″ by 11″ and two add on pages of large tags and a newly designed printable of 3″ x 5″ tabbed index cards. These elements were created at 300 dpi, so your printing results should be clear and sharp. They can be used in either the Silhouette Cameo or Cricut digital cutters to cut them out or you can use scissors and a slide cutter.
The materials I used were vintage ephemera scanned at a very high resolution and other high quality vintage digital resources.
**Please note, although I used public domain resources to create this design, the design is under my copyright.**
*White cardstock or white sticker paper, depending on your final use.
*Vintage inks, such as Tim Holtz Distress Inkpads, to give the edges a worn, tinted or aged look. Takes off the white edge of the journaling cards and journaling spots if you are using them for junk journaling and gives the paper an aged look. With these inks you control the amount of tinting and color you prefer on your edges.
*Scissors or slide cutter
*Photo editing software (i.e., Photoshop Elements) for jpeg files or Silhouette or other digital cutters.
How to Use this Vintage Ephemera Junk Journaling Printable
- Print and cut out the papers and use them as pages or pockets for your junk journals, traveler’s notebooks and other planners. Watermark is removed on actual downloads.
You Might Like
Thanks for Your Social Media Repins
I’d like to say thanks to all those taking the time to comment, I sure appreciate the gracious “thank yous” and the legitimate “link love”. Thank you for your pins on Pinterest as well as Instagram links, although it’s been awhile since I have been actively posting on the platform. I also appreciate mentions in your blogs with appropriate link backs and active links.
As usual these freebies are free for personal use, (check my TOU if you haven’t previously.) If you have been here before, you know the drill. If not, you might want to read the quick TOU below before you access the printable.
Some things you should know before downloading:
* Vintage Glam Studio printables are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.
*You may not re-sell, redistribute, or claim the original or derivative designs as your own.
*Please do not remove the watermark or modify the design in any way other than for your own Personal use.
*Please do not post to POD sites such as Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, etc. These printables are designed for your own personal crafting use.
*If you post this on the internet, I would appreciate it if you give credit to Vintage Glam Studio & link back to my blog, so others can obtain the resources. Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook are great social media sharing platforms, it’s the sharing without a link back that can be a problem.
*Digital items are not meant for digital website use, these are for personal printable (physical/tangible) projects only for yourself or gifts to family and friends.
Click on the picture below for the download. Hope you like them!
Freebie #1 – Vintage Ephemera Junk Journaling Page 1
Freebie #2 – Vintage Junk Journaling Page 2
Freebie #3 – Vintage Ephemera Index Cards
Freebie #4 – Vintage Ephemera Large Tags
Most of my vintage ephemera printables are made from Commercial use or public domain sources, including from my own personal vintage ephemera collection. Free vintage images from other websites will be credited when used. Vintage garden seed ad from The Old Design Shop website. Vintage album image from Unsplash.