I’ve had such a good respond to my collage bundle kits… Thank you very much!
“Vintage Collage Kits” for vintage lovers. All you need is glue & scissors.
My kits are great for collage, altered books, framed as wall art, mail art, scrapbooks, journals, card making, gift tags and more. (A previous customer framed the vintage bundle to hang on her studio wall)
Each kit contains 70+ original vintage papers & ephemera. Hand picked and cut from my vast vintage collection of wallpapers, old book pages, bingo cards, graph papers, indigo & tea dyed papers and gold French crowns.
Each piece approx. 5″ x 3″ – 13 x 8cm. 1 side of a vintage hard book cover with beautiful decorated end sheets. 8″ x 5″ – 20 x 13cm. Each bundle comes beautifully tied with old string and a handmade wooden tag.
Thank you Adrienne! I got your envelope today. I love all the vintage papers you sent and the red envelope with the large year of the horse stamp is just gorgeous. An open cheque too:) Thank you again!
Vintage ledger papers, blank cheque, card envelope, and invoice
I really enjoyed creating the nature collages. I drifted back to the Summers of the ’60’s when with friends, running fast on the path to the beach ,our feet would burn:) I also remembered organizing the nature table at primary school. My favorite subjects were, art, nature and social studies. I collected many of the coastal found objects items from Australian beaches and from my own backyard.
Compulsive Collector 1
Found Dromana beach Australia. Driftwood, Shell, Seed Pod, Blue found object, Paint swatch, Pen and Gesso on canvas board.
Compulsive Collector 2
Found coastal Tasmania and Victoria Australia. Crab claw, seashell, animal bone,rock, Red found object, Paint swatch, Pen and Gesso on canvas board.
Remembering Wendy 1965
Found Victoria Australia. Gum leaf, driftwood, Baby shells, found paper, washi tape, gesso on aged water-colour paper.
Nature Table 1965
Found Gum leaf, Vintage book papers, paint swatch and graphite pencil on aged water-colour paper.
This challenge has been more liberating in more ways than one. Only using glue, scissors and magazine cut outs, I created a series of collages in ’60s style and finally got the chance to use some of my vintage magazines for art.