Friday, July 6, 2012

Vintage Garden Journal

"Where you have a plot of land,
however small, plant a garden.
Staying close to the soil is good
for the soul."

~ Spencer W. Kimball ~ 

 Have you ever kept a garden journal?
I started one several years ago... and come across it every once in awhile.  It's fun to flip through and think about how my garden, and I through tending it, have grown!

Here are the free sources 
for my artwork:

*Vintage Feedsacks*
(unsure of copyright information,
so personal use recommended)

*Lilac & Lavender*

*The Graphics Fairy*

*Dafont.com*
*Deviant Art ~ Sagawa*
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14 comments:

  1. I've never kept one, sounds like a good idea! Nice pages.

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  2. I've tried to keep some sort of "record" of my garden, but would really like to do a better job of it. Maybe if I use one of your pretty graphics and make a journal I'd have a better chance of finding it to write in it. I'm a lot on the disorganized side! Thanks!♥♫

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  3. I don't keep any kind of journal, except for the pictures we'd take as our trees got bigger etc... we're kind of like Johnny Appleseed. We've lived in a number of places over the years and have planted numerous trees/shrubs.
    I have a friend who has beautiful flower beds and I think I'll make something for her from these. Thanks so much.

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  4. Beautiful garden journal pages and tags. They will make a very nice garden journal. Thanks so much for sharing them. Have a really great day.

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  5. Megan, I like your quote from Kimball in staying close to the soil. I believe that the kinship we establish with the soil was pre-ordained by God. It brings such a peace to my heart when I attend to my gardens. August

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  6. Thanks so much for these beautiful pages. No idea what I will do with them but I love them all the same.

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  7. These are so lovely, thank you for sharing them.

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  8. Beautiful page, will have to make a journal for my Sister and my BFF, both are avid gardners...and have green thumbs.

    Silverbutterfly

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  9. These are gorgeous, thanks so much for sharing them.

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  10. Thank you, Megan! These are much appreciated! I do have a garden journal, but it isn't anything as pretty as these papers so I may just have to use these for next year's garden instead of the boring records I have now.

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  11. magnifique toutes tes images sont splendides, merci beaucoup

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  12. Love these. Thanks for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

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  13. thanks so much for the antique lined papers...just beautiful !

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