Thursday, February 2, 2012

Sweet Victorian tags

I came across a challenge at Green Paper 
to create a collage using the 3 images provided.
Here's what I made...

As I see it, this beautiful bride is wearing
her wedding dress, holding her lovely bouquet... 
the date and location of her wedding...
April 8th, 1879, in St. Louis.

Have you ever looked at an old photograph
and created a story around it?
I'm sharing this set of  
sweet Victorian tags with you,
free for your use ~ Enjoy!

 Why not visit Mary at Green Paper  
and take part in this challenge?

Entries are accepted through
February 8th, 2012.

I'm also participating in 
Angie's link party at Knick of Time:
 Knick of Time Tuesday,
as well as Brambleberry Cottage's
Time Travel Thursday

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. You always create such lovely tags from antique images! Well done! I've got some new images posted today you may enjoy using.

    Angie @ Knick of Time

    I hope you'll come share these at the Knick of Time Tuesday Vintage Style Party - the party is still open. Just add a link back to the party to this post if you do, please!

    1. Thank you for the invite ~ I took you up on the offer :)

  2. Lovely tags. Have you ever seen that movie 'Somewhere in Time?' I always think you might like it.

    1. Thank you Christine ~ I've never heard of that movie, but I'm definitely interested now!

  3. Likely it was before your time Megan, lol.

  4. What a sweet blog you have! Thank you for visiting mine and leaving a comment! XO Cindy

  5. That is so neat that it has date with it! And what a lovely tag! Thanks for visiting and leaving a sweet comment :)


  6. love your tags; sweet and simple and perfect, and love the ledger for the back side. I just joined Mary's Green Paper challenge last month, and it's my new year's resolution to stay involved with it each month. So far, so good.

  7. Your tags are very pretty!!

  8. sweet. and thank you!!
    barbara jean

  9. These are so beautiful. Thank you so much, you're wonderful!

  10. Ha! I played around in Photoshop trying to use the green as a border like you did, but just couldn't cope with figuring it out so I did something else LOL. It looks great!


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