Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Vintage Tussie Mussie & Card

Hello, 

I want to share with you this vintage Tussie Mussie and card that I made for a special friend who is retiring. 


She loves the Parisian vintage style so I used a lot of vintage doilies and trims. 


The Papers and flowers are from Prima. 


It was so much fun to create and I have a video up on my channel too! 



Thank you for stopping by! 

Hugz
Juliana ~ iluvvintagescrap 

Saturday, December 5, 2015

Christmas Tree Ornaments Tutorial

Hi everyone, 

I am back to share with you these Christmas tree ornaments that I made for my Christmas tree. 


They are made with fabric and embellishments - they make the perfect little touch for your Christmas tree or a special little gift. 




put together a video tutorial that you can watch HERE




hope you enjoy them and feel inspired! 

Hugs
Juliana ~ Iluvvintagescrap


Sunday, November 29, 2015

Shabby Chic Heart & Christmas Tree

Hi Everyone, 

I am here today to share with you this Shabby Chic Heart Sign and matching Christmas Tree. 


made them using some of my favorite fabrics and trims! I decorated them with little pearl appliqu├ęs and pearl beads! 


had so much fun putting these two together and I hope it inspires you too! 


have a video up on my channel too :) 

Hugs 
~ Juliana - ILuvVintageScrap 


Sunday, November 15, 2015

Vintage Hardware Heaven - For Sale Sets

Happy Sunday!!

I am back today to share with you these awesome Vintage Hardware Findings! I've never seen so much vintage metal yumminess all at once LOL ... I am super excited to use some of these pieces on my work.



I have so much that I made a few sets to sell for those who are interested.  These hardware pieces are great for mixed media projects, mini albums, canvas, boxes, home decor and so much more! You can paint them any color too! 



Each Set is $10 dollars plus shipping.  You can find them up on my Blog under "Shop" along with their measurements.  

I also made a video of them too - You can watch it HERE 

If you have any questions please let me know :) 

Big Hugz 
Juliana ~ I LuvVintageScrap 






Friday, November 13, 2015

Beautiful Victorian Jewelry Boxes


 Hi Everyone,

WOW its been soooo long since I wrote a new post.  Life has been so busy but I am not gradually coming up with Vintage little treasures that I've picked up and some of my creations.  

I want to share with you these two beautiful Victorian Boxes that I found the other day!  The details are so beautiful and the colors so Vintage and Shabby.


They both have a porcelain accents on the top lid and all of the colors and details are in perfect condition. 

These are my first two items up for sale at my Blog Shop.  If you are interested you can find them on top of my blog under "Shop."  From there you can buy them using Paypal by clicking on the "Buy it Now" Button. 

I hope everyone is having great holidays and I will be back for more little treasures and creations very soon! 

Here are some photos of the boxes!! 

Hugz

Juliana ~ ILuvVintageScrap <3 






Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Antique Photo Album

Hi Everyone,

   Today I want to share with you this very Antique Photo Album that I purchase from a local thrift store for $10 dollars!! I couldn't believe it! Usually these are very expensive so I was so excited to have found one for a great deal :) 



I tried to keep the original paper and designs of this album! I added a few vintage embellishments to alter it a little bit. WATCH VIDEO ON THIS BOOK HERE!


The pages are very old and I am getting ready to add some vintage photos of my family!  I am hoping that this album can stay in the family!!



I had so much fun putting it together and I hope you enjoy it too! 

Big Hugz
Juliana ~ ILuvVintageScrap





Friday, January 16, 2015

DIY Shabby Buttons Storage - Under $1.00


Happy Friday Everyone,

  Today I am so excited to share with you this DIY Storage Idea that you can use to store your buttons, flowers, embellishments, candy and so much more!!



   I wanted to create a storage for my vintage buttons.  So I used a Plant Vase and a Glass Bowl.  You can easily find these items at any store or thrift stores.  I found both of mine at the thrift stores for 50 cents each.






Step 1: 

Find a glass bowl and a plant vase with a plate big enough to serve as a lid for the glass bowl.

Step 2: 

Paint and Altered your plant vase and plate in whatever color or style you choose.  

Step 3: 

Once you have altered your vase glue the glass bowl to the bottom of your plant vase.  This will serve as the base for our buttons storage :)

I used E6000 Glue to adhere my glass bowl to the vase.  I let it dry over night! 

Step 4: 

Add your items to the glass bowl and place your lid on top! 

That's it you have a very inexpensive and beautiful way to store your items!!!! 

I hope you give this a try and are inspire to create one!!

Thank you so much for stopping by and I will be back with more! :) 

Hugz
Juliana ~ ILuvVintageScrap