Monday, March 4, 2013

The Lasting Perfume


"Pleasure is the flower that passes;
Remembrance, the lasting perfume."


~ Jean de Boufflers ~



I created 8 coordinating printable scrapbook papers for you!
All measure 8 x 8 inches, and are free for your personal use.













The flowers pictured in the Victorian postcard are:
forget-me-not, which symbolized true love; and
lily-of-the valley, which meant sweetness, humility,
returning happiness, and trustworthiness.
Beautiful combination, wouldn't you agree?


Here are the free graphics
sources
used in my artwork:
 
*The Graphics Fairy*
French sheet music
French floral postcard


*Lost and Taken*
Diamond pattern texture

*Wikimedia Commons*
1850's daguerreotype


*Lilac & Lavender*
"Antiqued" lined paper


Thank you
for stopping by!

13 comments:

  1. Wow, beautiful pages. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. The postcard with the musical score is a gorgeous combination. Love it, pinned it, saved it!

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  3. Woow,very nice!!! Thank you so much for sharing.:-)

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  4. These are exquisite! Some of my Favorites - Lilies of the Valley and Music! ;-} Thank You!
    Lynden
    http://aneleganttouch-lynden.blogspot.com
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/An-Elegant-Touch-/162889457132788

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  5. Thanks so much, beautiful, blessings Hilde

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  6. These are all just beautiful. Great for an upcoming project I'm going to start working on in a few days..a gift for a friend. Thank you again.

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  7. Just beautiful pages. They will make wonderful scrapbook pages. Thanks for sharing them.

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  8. So beautiful, the flowers and the design! Thank your for sharing!

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  9. You do such beautiful work:) Thanks for sharing.
    XO Marie

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  10. lovely papers thanks

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  11. Thankyou for all the beautiful free art images

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  12. Thank you for all the lovely images!

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  13. Lovely! Thank you for the beautiful images! Fantastic work :)

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