For $10 I got a huge stack of these magazines from the 1870s. I couldn't believe it! I was so happy!
They are chockfull of the greatest black and white images.(not so white)
What's nice is that they are falling apart so I don't have to feel bad about tearing pictures out. Or so I thought. Sadly, I'm still struggling with that.
A few are even older.
Check out this Kate Greenaway drawing. I've loved her artwork for a long time!
I got downright giddy when I saw this in the pile!
I know, right?
Then I found this old children's book. It also has wonderful pictures and text in it.
Lastly, I found this adorable old photo album.
There were only a couple photos in it but the frames are nice.
Look at this little boy.
That's the same face I would make if you did that to my hair!
Nice bunch of stuff for less than $20, wouldn't you say?
I'm working on my gluebook pages for the swap but being so serious about it that I only have three done. I need to get less serious and just create. I'm just so worried since they are going to other people so I find it much harder to do.
I also signed up for Hope Wallace Karney's To The Letter workshop since I hate my handwriting.
Here is my practice page.
I love Hope's style! I want to do a journal but am so uncomfortable with my writing that I don't even try. That's why I signed up for the course.
I hope you are having a great creative week!