Here's a new, printable, Easter Bunny Garland, for your Easter decorating. This garland includes six different Vintage Rabbits, on a sweet, ecru background. Simple to put together, and charming to display.
I'm so very please with this set of designs, which has been quite a long time in the making. It's one of the largest sets I've done, and I hope it will inspire you to create some wonderful Journals. Add you own handwriting to the pages, to give it that personal touch and make it come alive. Add some family photos, or write your secrets on the journal cards and slip them into the pocket that's included.
All of the images can also be resized to suit your own projects, or combined with other tags or labels to make cards or special Scrapbook pages.
This set is an instant download in my Etsy Shop HERE
Do you remember telegrams? Lots of you are too young, I'm sure, but back in the olden days, a telegram was a very big deal. Not every home had a telephone - I know, it's hard to believe - so if you had an urgent message to get to someone, you could send a telegram. This involved going to the telegraph office and writing out your message, which would then be sent to the telegraph office nearest the recipients home, where it was printed and hand delivered. Although it was best known for delivering urgent news, someone at Western Union had the very clever idea of promoting colorful telegrams for congratulations, births, and holidays, and the Easter BunnyGram was one of those.
This was a fun project, and I hope you'll enjoy using it for your journaling, scrapbooking, tag and card making. It's available as an instant download in my Etsy Shop.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, and that you are off to a creative start in this new year.
We had a very quiet and relaxing Holiday, and that's just perfect with me.
I'm back creating again, after something of a difficult period during 2015. Some much needed back surgery had a longer recovery period than I would have wished, although I'm really grateful for the relief from pain that resulted. I hadn't expected it would affect my creativity, but it did, for quite a few months.
When I started to blog, about 10 years ago, I was a Primitive artist, and my business was called "Big Brown Dog Primitives". Then, 8 years ago I discovered digital graphics, and never looked back. I opened an Etsy shop to sell my Vintage style graphics, and decided to call it "Digital Antiques", but the blog remained BigBrownDogPrimitives. Confusing, to say the least.
Now it's time for a fresh start, and a less confusing blog title, so here we are on DigitalAntiques.